A medical or osteopathic doctor with a focus on eye and vision treatment is known as an ophthalmologist. Compared to optometrists and opticians, ophthalmologists must complete many more years of education. Ophthalmologists are able to recognize and manage a variety of diseases as a result.
What does an ophthalmologist treat?
Ophthalmologists are professionals that manage all elements of medical eye care, including diagnosis, treatment, surgery, prescription of glasses and contact lenses, as well as eye medications.
An ophthalmologist is recommended to patients who have:
partial or total eyesight loss
eye damage, pain, or inflammation cataracts, diabetes, and high blood pressure are among the health issues that can impact one's eyes. Poor vision requires specialized care.
The department of ophthalmology provides empathetic, resourceful, and meticulous care to patients, covering all ophthalmic conditions whether you need a routine eye exam or for a complex eye condition our Department will use the most advanced techniques and equipment to support your health care needs, leading to a higher quality of overall care.
With an emphasis on compassion and efficiency, we have made it a priority to strive for excellence; our aim is to contribute to the needs of the community.