Diagnosis and Treatment of Ocular Disease and InjuryOcular Disease
At Community Eye Care Specialists, we are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease.

We are proud to diagnose and treat any diseases that can affect your eyes and vision. It is our goal to ensure that your vision is not affected by any diseases, so we will diagnose and treat your eyes as quickly as possible so that you can have relief.

Some of the most common diseases that we treat include pink eye and dry eye. We also help patients who are affected by styes and chalazia.

We are also dedicated to treating more serious conditions. We are proud to help manage diabetic patients so that they can keep their eyes as healthy as possible. Glaucoma and macular degeneration are two serious diseases that can leave patients blind if they are not treated right away. After treatment, we will need to follow up to ensure that you do not lose your vision.

We also help patients who are having trouble with flashes and floaters in their vision. This can be quite serious, and patients who see these should come in right away. If left untreated, patients may lose their vision.

If you have any questions about the diagnosis and treatment of ocular diseases, don’t hesitate to contact us today at (814) 726-2303.

Ocular Injury
Here at Community Eye Care Specialists, we are dedicated to the treatment of abrasions and injuries.

Eye abrasions and injuries happen for many reasons and can be quite painful! We are here to help!

The treatment depends on several factors, including how bad the injury is and how much it is bothering you. We can prescribe strong pain medications if needed. It is also important to look at the location of the injury. Certain injuries need to be treated more aggressively because they are closer to your inner eye and may affect your sight.

We also need to take a look at any symptoms you may be having. Are you sensitive to light or having trouble with your vision? Then you might need more aggressive treatment. It is also important to figure out what caused the injury. Do you simply have a scratch or is something else causing the problem? Do you have a fungal infection that is causing the problem?

Many times abrasions go away without any extra care. However, there are times when eye drops are necessary to help with pain and inflammation. Though we don’t use it very often, sometimes a patch can be quite helpful. Surgery can also be a good treatment if the abrasion simply won’t heal.

Don’t hesitate to contact us today at (814) 726-2303 if you have any questions about the treatment of abrasions and injuries.