Eye Care & Surgery
Protect and improve your sight with expert help from Acclaim Physician Group vision specialists.
Should I See an Optometrist or Ophthalmologist?
Partner with a friendly and knowledgeable provider with the skills and expertise that are best for your needs. Our team includes:
- Optometrists – Eye doctors who offer examinations and diagnose conditions.
- Ophthalmologists – Eye doctors with more advanced training in eye diseases and surgeries.
Entrust the health of your eyes to doctors who are not only passionate about providing the best patient care, but considered leaders in their field. Benefit from our ongoing training, research, and teaching, which ensures we stay up-to-date on the latest technology and best practices.
How Often Do I Need an Eye Exam?
There is no need to have a routine eye exam unless there is a reason. Diabetics need to have an eye exam at least yearly. If you have a family history of glaucoma you need to have an eye exam.
Contact your eye doctor right away if you notice changes in your vision.
Access prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of:
- Cataracts, clouding of the eye
- Corneal diseases and dry eyes
- Diabetic retinopathy, a complication of diabetes where the eye’s blood vessels are damaged
- Strabismus or crossed eyes
- Optic nerve disorders
- Retinal disorders, including macular degeneration
- Thyroid eye disease, or Graves’ eye disease
- Eyelid conditions and cancer
- Tear duct problems
Treatments & Services
Depending on your symptoms, diagnosis, and other factors, your personalized treatment plan may include:
- Eye health examinations
- Glaucoma treatment and surgery
- Retina treatment and surgery
- Eyelid treatment and surgery
- Muscle treatment and surgery
- Tear Duct treatment and surgery
- Orbital treatment and surgery
- Screening tests for eye disorders
- Cataract surgery
- Post-operative eye care
Complete Glaucoma Care
Glaucoma is a condition where abnormal fluid pressure inside the eyes can damage the optic nerve and affect sight. While the cause of glaucoma is unknown, risk factors include:
- Age of 60 or older
- Being African-American
- Family history of glaucoma
Talk to your doctor about your risk factors for glaucoma. To detect it as early as possible, you may need an eye exam.
Your Acclaim Physician Group eye doctor may refer you to other specialists within our medical group. Count on your team to communicate and work together to tailor your care to your unique needs.
Paying for Eye Care
We’re proud to offer affordable, high-quality care. View the list of insurance plans we accept.