Conditions Treated by Our Midland and Odessa Eye Doctor Team
If you have concerns about your vision, we encourage you to contact our Midland and Odessa eye doctor staff. Our experienced team diagnoses and treats a range of conditions and can provide individualized treatment to help you see and feel better.
The following are some of the most common conditions we see among our patients at Urias Eyecare.
As many people age, the center of their retinas (called the macula) degrades. This can lead to progressive vision loss. Macular degeneration can't be cured, but our Midland optometry team can offer supportive interventions like prescription eyewear and low-vision strategies to help you accommodate your condition.
Glaucoma is a group of conditions that cause vision loss due to optic nerve damage. Our eye doctors can detect early warning signs of glaucoma and implement treatments like medications to help slow the progression of the disease and preserve as much of your normal vision as possible.
A cataract is the clouding of the lens inside the eye and can lead to blurry vision, the appearance of rings around bright lights, and more. We prescribe corrective eyewear and provide essential peri-operative care for cataract removal surgeries.
Refractive errors include astigmatism, nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and age-related farsightedness (presbyopia). Anything that affects the way light enters your eye (such as an unusually shaped lens, cornea, or eyeball) can cause images not to focus properly on the retina, leading to blurry vision.
We provide a range of services for refractive errors, including prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses as well as supportive care for LASIK surgery.
When blood sugar is frequently high, it can have an inflammatory effect on small blood vessels behind the retinas, which can cause scarring and progressive vision loss. Our eye doctor team works with you and your other medical providers to help you manage your underlying diabetes while also finding effective vision strategies and solutions.
Dry eye has many possible causes, including allergies, smoke, autoimmune conditions, improper contact lens use, excessive computer use, and more. Our Midland optometrist staff can not only help you get relief from the dry, itchy, red, watery symptoms, but also help you figure out why you're experiencing these symptoms in the first place. Based on our diagnosis, we'll be able to prescribe the most appropriate treatment and recommendations for you.
Is It Time to Visit an Eye Doctor?
Whether you need specific treatment of a vision condition or simply would like a comprehensive eye exam, our team at Urias Eyecare is standing by for your needs. Call us at (432) 368-4102 to schedule your next appointment.