We’re here to help solve your vision problems.
Vision problems are frustrating. Not being able to see clearly can impact your whole life. That’s why we’re here to help.
With a thorough exam, we can help you understand what’s happening in your eyes and make a clear-cut treatment plan to get them back to health.
We’ve helped thousands of patients see life clearly – and we can help you, too.
Care We Provide
Astigmatism is an uneven or irregular curvature of the cornea or lens, which causes blurred or distorted vision. As a result, you may experience eye strain from squinting, headaches, and eye fatigue.
In reality, most people have some degree of astigmatism. In minor cases, treatment may not be required but is certainly beneficial. Moderate to severe astigmatism can be treated with corrective eyewear, specialty contact lenses, or LASIK surgery.
Farsightedness, medically known as hyperopia, refers to vision that is good at a distance but not at close range. Farsightedness occurs when the eye is “shorter” than normal or has too little curvature, causing the light to converge behind the retina instead of on it.
If you are mildly farsighted, Dr. DeShon may not recommend corrective treatment. However, if you are moderately or severely hyperopic, you may have several treatment options, including eyeglasses, contacts, LASIK, and photorefractive keratectomy (PRK).
Schedule an appointment to find the best treatment for your needs and lifestyle.
Nearsightedness, medically known as myopia, refers to vision that is good at close range but not at a distance. It generally occurs because the eyeball is too “long” as measured from front to back.
Nearsightedness is diagnosed during routine eye exams. Possible treatments include eyeglasses, contacts, acrylic corneal implants, LASIK, radial keratotomy (RK) and photorefractive keratotomy (PRK). Dr. DeShon will suggest the best treatment option for you.
Presbyopia (Aging Eyes)
Aging eyes, medically known as presbyopia, is a condition in which the lens of the eye gradually loses its flexibility, making it harder to focus clearly on close objects such as printed words.
Unfortunately, presbyopia is an inevitable part of aging and cannot be prevented by diet, lifestyle, or visual habits. However, it is treatable with several types of corrective lenses, including progressives, bifocals and trifocals, single-vision reading glasses, multifocal contact lenses, daily eye drops, and monovision therapy. If you’re experiencing aging eyes, schedule an appointment with us.
We’re here to help correct your vision so that you can see more of your favorite things in life.
Computer Vision Syndrome (Digital Eye Strain)
Computer vision syndrome is characterized by neck pain, blurry vision, stiff shoulders, headache, and watery eyes when working in front of a computer screen.
Kick it to the curb by getting specialized spectacle lenses (like these NeuroLenses – one of our favorites!) designed for computer work.
“The staff at Olney Eye Care is kind and professional. My visit was pleasing with top notch technology”
– Cheryl Bowker
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