7001 S. Edgerton Rd. Suite B
Brecksville, Ohio 44141
Phone: (440) 526-1974
Eye Surgery & Eye Care in Brecksville, OH at the Cleveland Eye Clinic
Your vision is one of your most important senses, and at the Cleveland Eye Clinic, it’s our top priority. If you need an eye doctor in Brecksville, Ohio, you can’t go wrong choosing experienced doctors that deliver high-quality care with state-of-the-art technology. With a simple evaluation, we can help you understand any vision issues you’re experiencing and work with you to find the best solution.
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Eye Treatments & Services in Brecksville, OH
Eye Exams in Brecksville
One of the easiest ways to be proactive about your eye health is through a routine eye exam. Let our optometrist in Brecksville evaluate your eyes and help improve your vision in any way we can. We also offer eye exams for kids in Brecksville, Ohio. If you’re a parent who struggles with finding a children’s eye doctor in Brecksville, Ohio, we’re confident we can help.
If you are diabetic, over the age of 60, are African American and over 40, or have a family history of glaucoma, you should schedule an evaluation for glaucoma. People in these categories have a higher risk of developing glaucoma. Have you recently been diagnosed with glaucoma and are seeking glaucoma treatment in Brecksville, Ohio? At the Cleveland Eye Clinic, we offer patients a variety of glaucoma treatments including:
- Eye Drops – Eye drops are used to decrease eye pressure by slowing down fluid being produced in your eye or improving the flow of fluid in your eye. Speak with your doctor for more information.
- Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT) – Using laser technology, SLT is a surgery that helps drain fluids out of your eye, which helps lower intraocular pressure (IOP). For more information, contact us.
- OCT Machine – This innovative and unique technology allows our doctors to monitor and evaluate diseases such as macular degeneration, diabetes, and glaucoma.
- Durysta – As one of the newest glaucoma treatments available to our patients, Durysta is a dissolvable implant. Once placed in your eye, Durysta releases medication slowly, which helps manage pressure in your eye.
Dry Eye Treatment
At the Cleveland Eye Clinic, patients often come to us looking for answers and treatment for dry eye. Those who suffer from dry eye syndrome often report redness, dryness, burning sensations, and more symptoms. If you need dry eye treatment in Brecksville, Ohio, schedule an appointment with us. We offer the following dry eye treatments at our Brecksville location.
- Tearcare – An alternative for dry eye patients who have dryness as a result of Meibomian Gland Disorder (MGD). MGD is blockage or some form of dysfunction of the meibomian glands.
- Artificial Tears – The active ingredient inside artificial tears can help alleviate symptoms of mild dry eye. Most patients find artificial tears to be a helpful short-term solution to dry eyes.
- Punctal Occlusion – The punctum is a small opening in the upper and lower eyelids near the nose. Your tears can drain out of your eye to your nose through this small opening. Punctal Occlusion is a painless procedure that helps stop tears from being drained.
Not sure if you’re experiencing dry eye syndrome? We can help you identify the problem through a scheduled appointment, or you can take our Dry-Eye Self-Test.
Eye Surgery & Ophthalmologists in Brecksville
When choosing where to have laser eye surgery in Brecksville, Ohio, choose the nationally recognized doctors at the Cleveland Eye Clinic. Whether you need cataract surgery, LASIK, or another form of corrective laser surgery, our ophthalmologist in Brecksville is ready to help to achieve your best vision. Take a look at the eye surgery options below.
Cataract Surgery in BrecksvilleIf you live in or around the Brecksville, Ohio area, you can easily find a cataract surgeon near you at the Cleveland Eye Clinic. Our staff is more than happy to discuss your cataract treatment options and see if cataract surgery is right for you. We offer several cataract treatment packages, including the following.
- Basic Cataract Procedure
- Driving Vision Package
- Personalized Light Adjustable Lens Package
- Multifocal Vision Package
LASIK Surgery in Brecksville
Those who suffer from farsightedness, nearsightedness, and/or astigmatism can have their vision corrected by our LASIK surgeons in Brecksville, Ohio. LASIK has helped millions of people achieve their best vision. Most patients can get right back to the activities they love the next day. If you’re interested in the benefits of LASIK surgery in Brecksville, Ohio, don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment today.
Despite how beneficial LASIK has been for so many people, not everyone is a candidate for it. Fortunately, the Cleveland Eye Clinic offers patients alternatives to LASIK. To find out more about your options, please schedule an appointment with our staff. We’ll help you determine the best course of action and provide you solutions. We also encourage you to take the LASIK Self-Test.
SMILE Surgery in Brecksville
When a patient has too thin of corneas but wishes to have corrective laser surgery, they can turn to SMILE surgery. Unlike other alternatives to LASIK, SMILE allows your eyes to benefit from the same vision clarity as LASIK with the bonus of a quick recovery period. The surgery only lasts about 15 minutes for both eyes, similar to LASIK, and most patients experience improved vision by the next day.
PTK Surgery – LASIK Alternative
PTK surgery is a procedure that helps improve vision by removing cloudiness or roughness from the cornea. Corneal scars and other corneal conditions can be treated by PTK surgery. It typically takes a few days to fully recover from PTK surgery and for vision to stabilize. Find out if you’re a candidate for PTK surgery through an appointment at our Brecksville office.
ICL Surgery – LASIK Alternative
If you suffer from nearsightedness or astigmatism but are not a candidate for LASIK, your next best option may be ICL surgery. During ICL surgery, a surgeon will implant an artificial lens in your eye to improve vision and help you reduce your dependence on glasses or contacts. Most patients experience a quick recovery from ICL surgery, allowing them to return to activities, like night driving, fairly fast. Wondering if ICL surgery is right for you? Schedule an appointment with us to discuss your options.
Pterygium Eye Surgery
Commonly known as surfer’s eye, pterygium eye is a growth that arises on the surface of your eye. Researchers believe overexposure to the sun’s rays and sand or dirt in your eye, combined with a dry climate, increases your risk of developing pterygium. If left unchecked, the growth can reach the cornea, causing irritation, blurry vision, and eye redness.
If your symptoms cause you discomfort despite the drops, you should speak with our doctors. We offer patients treatment for pterygium eye in the form of pterygium surgery. During your appointment, our staff will help you decide if pterygium surgery is right for you.
Strabismus, also known as crossed eyes, can affect your vision in both eyes and is usually caused by problems with the muscles that control your eyes. To treat strabismus, your ophthalmologist will reposition the muscles that control your eye’s movement so they will align together. To find out if this is the right treatment for your eyes, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
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