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Las Vegas Eye Care Services

Center For Sight is committed to working with the best and brightest in eye care. It is our belief that forward thinking opthamologists allow our practice to provide a unique quality of care. Protecting the sight of Las Vegas is our passion. Combining quality treatment with a human touch allows our patients to rest easy knowing we fight for them. Check out the conditions we treat and services we offer below.

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LASIK

Tired of all the little hassles of glasses and contacts? At Center For Sight, we love offering our patients the opportunity to free themselves from those hassles. LASIK is quick, easy and safe. At Center For Sight, our experienced surgeons have helped thousands of patients achieve the freedom of better vision. Let Center For Sight simplify your life with Blade-Free LASIK today.

Cataract

Most people will develop cataracts as they age. When cataracts begin to affect your everyday life negatively, it’s time to consider cataract surgery. Not only can Center For Sight offer you your vision back, with the help of Premium Lenses you might have some of the best sight of your life. Take your vision back with the help of advanced cataract surgery procedures at Center For Sight.

Dry Eye

Are your eyes constantly dry and irritated? Don’t assume that allergies and dry weather are the only thing to blame. Many people experience dry eye as a result of Meibomian Gland Dysfunction. Basically, the glands in your eyes might be blocked with mucus and debris. As a premier ophthalmology clinic in the Las Vegas area, Center For Sight is well acquainted with dry eye issues. Discover how we can help relieve your tired eyes.

Reading Vision

As we age, everyone’s lenses gradually lose some flexibility, making it more difficult to focus on close objects (like a menu, a book or a text on your phone). This stiffening of lenses is known as age-related presbyopia or Over-40 vision.

If you’re tired of buying (and losing) reading glasses on a regular basis, consider near vision correction with a corneal inlay. The AcuFocus KAMRA™ corneal inlay creates a natural range of vision — from near to far — without blurry zones. It can provide long-term performance and offer you clear vision even as presbyopia progresses.

Common Vision Concerns

Center For Sight of Las Vegas is full of experts in all aspects of eye care, so you can comfortably place your trust in us for your routine checkups. Our dedication to our patients makes us the choice for routine checkups, eye care for those with diabetes, age related macular degeneration, cataracts and cornea issues. Center For Sight provides leading eye care across the board.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that result in optic nerve damage. It is one of the leading causes of blindness in the United States, and it’s known as the “silent thief of sight.” Glaucoma can damage vision slowly, so it might not be noticeable until the disease reaches an advanced stage. Our comprehensive eye checkup will keep you up to date on your risk factors.

Laser Floater Removal

Floaters are small spots, specks or cobwebs that drift when you move your eyes. Most floaters are harmless and, at most, annoying. But floaters can become large enough to impair vision. Laser Floater Removal (Vitreolysis) can eliminate this visual disturbance.

AMD (Age-Related Macular Degeneration)

As we age, parts of our eyes weaken. Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) refers to the degeneration of the eye’s macula (the most sensitive part of the retina). As AMD develops, central vision blurs and will eventually be entirely obscured. AMD can occur in two forms: “dry” (atrophic) and “wet” (exudative). Without treatment, wet AMD can result in rapid vision loss. Comprehensive eye exams at Center For Sight check for the early signs of AMD and our retina experts are adept at treating both types of AMD.

Eye Diseases Caused By Diabetes

People with diabetes are significantly more likely to develop a number of eye conditions than the general population. For example, those with diabetes are 2-5 times more likely to develop cataracts. Additionally, some eye conditions only occur in populations with diabetes; namely, diabetic retinopathy. The experts at Center For Sight can help you identify and manage the vision risks associated with diabetes.

Blepharoplasty

Reconstructive and cosmetic eye surgery are areas that we specialize in at Center For Sight. Droopy eyelids are a common issue and, in some cases, can even impede your sight. Blepharoplasty is a catch-all term for eyelid surgery. Our Center For Sight oculoplastics team is made up of experts in resolving eyelid imperfections. Whether you want to look a few years younger or need to address a sagging upper eyelid that is affecting your vision, Center For Sight is ready to help.

Ectropion and Entropion Repair

As the muscles and tendons within our eyelids weaken, our eyelids may fold away or toward the eye. Ectropion (eyelid folding away) and entropion (eyelid folding inward) are conditions that become more common as we age. While not dangerous on their own, both can cause eye damage if left untreated. Thankfully these eyelid disorders can be resolved easily by our team of oculoplastic experts. Center For Sight can resolve these conditions before they become serious problems.

Eyelid Tumors

One of the most common skin cancers, basal cell carcinoma, often appears on the eyelid. Fortunately, the location of these tumors makes them easy to spot. Treatment is normally as simple as removing the tumor and using reconstructive surgery to return the eyelid to its normal shape.

Ptosis

Ptosis is a condition commonly known as “drooping upper eyelid”. The condition results in one or both of your eyelids hanging down into your field of vision. This condition can be caused by weakening muscles related to age, trauma to the area or genetic predisposition. Treatment depends on your individual needs. Only trust experts, like our team at Center For Sight, to evaluate and treat your drooping eyelids.

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