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Cornea Center

Cornea CenterThe cornea is the clear front “window” of the eye responsible for focusing light through the pupil, lens and onto the retina. Normally crystal clear and dome-shaped, the cornea can become cloudy or misshapen as a result of injury or disease, thereby greatly reducing vision. A healthy cornea is extremely important in vision.

The cornea copes well with minor scratches and abrasions, as cells work quickly to repair the small scratch. The cornea is also very delicate and can easily become injured and diseased. Since a healthy cornea is so important for great vision, regular eye exams are essential in keeping your cornea as healthy as it can be. Some corneal diseases don't show symptoms right away, and any disease is easier to treat in its earlier stages. If you notice any pain or irritation of your cornea, see an eye doctor right away!

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Eye Health Vision Centers is home to many cornea specialists who are experienced and skilled in the treatment of a number of corneal diseases. This part of the eye is very delicate and important, so it is important to be sure you are choosing the right doctor for the job. You can count on Eye Health Vision Centers for all of your corneal disease treatments and procedures.

There are many diseases that affect the cornea. The most common corneal disease is dry eye syndrome, and affects millions of Americans. Another fairly common condition is keratoconus, in which the cornea gradually becomes misshapen. Conjunctivitus and allergies are also commonly known to affect the cornea. If you are suffering from any of these conditions, you can trust Eye Health Vision Centers to treat these diseases.

At Eye Health Vision Centers, our talented cornea specialists are some of the best in the field.  From perfoming corrective surgery to creating a comprehensive treatment plan, our specialists will work with you to ensure the best possible outcome. Corneal disease can be serious, but at Eye Health Vision Centers, we strive to give our patients peace of mind. Give us a call to schedule an appointment today!

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Cornea Center

Cornea CenterThe cornea is the clear front “window” of the eye responsible for focusing light through the pupil, lens and onto the retina. Normally crystal clear and dome-shaped, the cornea can become cloudy or misshapen as a result of injury or disease, thereby greatly reducing vision. A healthy cornea is extremely important in vision.

The cornea copes well with minor scratches and abrasions, as cells work quickly to repair the small scratch. The cornea is also very delicate and can easily become injured and diseased. Since a healthy cornea is so important for great vision, regular eye exams are essential in keeping your cornea as healthy as it can be. Some corneal diseases don't show symptoms right away, and any disease is easier to treat in its earlier stages. If you notice any pain or irritation of your cornea, see an eye doctor right away!

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Eye Health Vision Centers is home to many cornea specialists who are experienced and skilled in the treatment of a number of corneal diseases. This part of the eye is very delicate and important, so it is important to be sure you are choosing the right doctor for the job. You can count on Eye Health Vision Centers for all of your corneal disease treatments and procedures.

There are many diseases that affect the cornea. The most common corneal disease is dry eye syndrome, and affects millions of Americans. Another fairly common condition is keratoconus, in which the cornea gradually becomes misshapen. Conjunctivitus and allergies are also commonly known to affect the cornea. If you are suffering from any of these conditions, you can trust Eye Health Vision Centers to treat these diseases.

At Eye Health Vision Centers, our talented cornea specialists are some of the best in the field.  From perfoming corrective surgery to creating a comprehensive treatment plan, our specialists will work with you to ensure the best possible outcome. Corneal disease can be serious, but at Eye Health Vision Centers, we strive to give our patients peace of mind. Give us a call to schedule an appointment today!

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The Greater New Bedford Surgical and Laser Center

The Greater New Bedford Surgical and Laser Center was opened in 1986 with the express purpose of rendering high quality, state of the art eye surgery to patients of all ages, especially those with cataracts, glaucoma, or cornea disease. The Center is designed specifically with the needs of the patient in mind. The entire process from initial examination to final outcome is conducted in a pleasant comfortable environment.

After a patient decides to have surgery, he or she is assigned his or her own Surgical Counselor who is available to answer questions and provide assistance. These individuals are specially trained to assist the patient throughout the entire surgical experience, including follow up care for as long as necessary. Patients are encouraged to contact their counselor for any questions, no matter how simple or complex.

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