Corneal Disease Treatment
Trust our Ophthalmologists to Care for Your Eyes
Corneal diseases are fairly common. While some are more serious than others, each of these conditions can cause discomfort, impaired vision, or permanent damage to the eye. Regular eye exams with an ophthalmologist can help identify these conditions before they become serious. However, anytime you notice something out of the ordinary, you should call Rock Hill Eye Center for an appointment. Here are several common corneal conditions that our ophthalmologists treat.
There are many types of corneal dystrophy, each affecting the layers of the cornea in different ways. Our highly-trained ophthalmologists will pinpoint the exact type that’s affecting your eyes, then find the best treatment for your condition.
Dry eye is one of the most common eye problems. We’ll help you understand your condition and find the right treatment so you’ll be more comfortable.
Keratoconus is a distortion of the cornea that can cause blurry vision and discomfort. Our ophthalmologists will diagnose and treat your condition so you can see more clearly.
Scratches to the cornea can cause pain, discomfort, and blurry vision. Call Rock Hill Eye Center for an appointment so we can find the source of your eye discomfort.
Corneal ulcers are painful. But did you know they can also cause permanent damage to your eye? An eye doctor can treat your symptoms and protect your eyesight.
Additional Cornea Services
Corneal Foreign Bodies
Foreign bodies that become lodged within your eye or cornea should be removed right away. Our ophthalmologists will handle the sensitive removal and ensure that all proper medical care is provided to eliminate any future complications.
Learn about corneal dystrophy treatment and symptoms from Rock Hill Eye Center.
Keratoconus can cause distorted, blurry vision. Get treatment and surgery for this corneal condition at Rock Hill Eye Center.
Corneal abrasions are painful and can affect your vision. Get relief with help from the doctors at Rock Hill Eye Center.
Corneal ulcers aren't just painful; they can cause permanent damage to your eye.
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