Information About Ophthalmology Services

The team at Eye Specialists of Napa Valley understands that our patients are busy and their time is important. That's why at our conveniently located Napa, CA ophthalmology office, you will receive comprehensive care. We offer a range of services, from routine eye exams for the entire family, to treatment for macular degeneration, cataracts, diabetic-related vision issues, and glaucoma. Additionally, we offer on-site labs to create your custom prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses, and/or contact lenses. Learn more about our advanced treatment options by scheduling your visit today.

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Eye and vision exams are an important aspect of maintaining proper eye health and are a vital tool in discovering other eye conditions and issues.

Choosing the correct glasses, contacts, and sunglasses does not have to be a chore when your eye care specialist is equipped to help along the way.

Refractive conditions like nearsightedness and farsightedness may cause difficulty seeing, and can be diagnosed and treated in a variety of ways.

Various eye drops are available to help manage glaucoma by decreasing eye pressure.

SLT

Selective laser trabeculoplasty is a minimally invasive procedure that treats glaucoma and reduces eye pressure.

Laser iridotomy is used to treat or prevent narrow- or closed-angle glaucoma by creating a microscopic hole in the iris, allowing fluid to drain.

Cataract surgery can seem scary at first, but our talented eye surgeons will carefully guide you from diagnosis to surgery.

To help improve visual acuity and range, we can implant premium intraocular lenses (IOLs) into the eyes during cataract removal.

YAG laser capsulotomy is a quick, one-time polishing of the intraocular lens that is needed in some patients after cataract surgery.

Macular degeneration or age-related macular degeneration (AMD) causes blurriness, decreased brightness, blind spots in vision, and vision loss.

Diabetic retinopathy is an eye condition affecting those with diabetes. It is the most common cause of vision loss in the world.

Flashes and floaters are typically the result of shrinkage and degeneration of the “vitreous” gel that makes up the back of the eye.

Retinal tears and detachments typically happen spontaneously as we age but can also be due to eye injury, surgery, or high nearsightedness.

Blepharoplasty may be performed if a patient has drooping eyelids or excess skin around the eyes that are causing visual impairments.

Some eyelid growths can be harmless, while others can be a sign of something worse, including eyelid cancer. It is important to have them checked.

For those with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, proper eye care is important to avoid diabetes-related eye issues like cataracts, glaucoma, and vision loss.

Dryness can cause a variety of symptoms including gritty/sandy eyes, itchiness as well as stinging. It is also a common cause of decreased eyesight.

Eye infections can lead to serious vision-threatening conditions if left untreated. Visiting an ophthalmologist at the onset of symptoms is important.

Ocular lesions, such as pinguecula or pterygium, are thought to result from sun exposure and can affect a patient's vision or cause eye irritation.

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