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As one of the five important senses, the eyes help us interpret and learn from the environment around us. Because of this, it is important to ensure your eyes remain healthy by scheduling routine eye exams, updating your glasses and contacts prescription, and monitoring any eye disease. Our Lake Worth, FL eye doctors at Palm Beach Eye Center specialize in managing and providing innovative treatments for your ocular health. Proudly offering a comprehensive list of ophthalmology services, we help patients with cataract surgery, premium IOLs, corneal treatments, glaucoma management, treatment for retinal disorders, and diabetic eye care. Please schedule an appointment at our Lake Worth, FL or Delray Beach, FL eye care center.

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Eye exams not only review vision acuity but use diagnostic testing to determine if you have any serious eye health conditions, like glaucoma.

Contact lenses or eyeglasses fittings improve your vision and address nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism with the right prescription.

Refractive surgery is a collection of treatments that alters your cornea's shape, enhances sight, and reduces the dependence on glasses or contacts.

As specialists in diabetic eye care, we provide eye exams and personalized eye treatments for conditions related to type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

Dry eye syndrome happens because of the underproduction or lubrication within tears, which causes chronic itchy eyes and requires special treatment.

Eye allergies can cause a variety of uncomfortable symptoms, such as redness or itchiness, and may require eye drops or daily wear contact lenses.

Conjunctivitis or pink eye happens because of allergies, bacteria, or viruses and causes itchiness, redness, or discharge, which requires treatment.

A chalazion, also called a stye, is an infected bump on your upper or lower lid that causes discomfort and may require antibiotics to get rid of it.

Often confused for dry eye syndrome, blepharitis or lid disease can create uncomfortable symptoms, like inflammation, itching, redness, and drainage.

During a foreign body removal, we flush or take out any object, such as wood, metal, glass, sand, or makeup, before it scratches or damages the eye.

Glaucoma is a progressive eye disease that increases eye pressure, damages the optic nerve, and causes partial or total blindness if not treated.

Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) uses precise techniques and methods to carefully treat and manage the early stages and types of glaucoma.

Using YAG laser, this minimally invasive capsulotomy procedure reduces the protein buildup that occurs behind your new lenses after cataract surgery.

SLT

Selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) uses laser-assisted technology to lower eye pressure by reducing fluid buildup in the trabecular meshwork.

For improved eyesight, traditional cataract surgery manually removes cataracts from the eye and replaces them with premium artificial or IOL lenses.

Laser cataract surgery uses innovative laser-assisted technology to obtain a detailed map of your eye, treat cataracts, and improve your eyesight.

Reduce your need for glasses or contacts with artificial lenses known as premium intraocular lenses (IOLs), which we implant after cataract surgery.

Vitrectomy is a surgical treatment that partially or totally removes and replaces the vitreous fluid so our eye doctors can treat retinal conditions.

A retinal pucker happens when scar tissue forms on the macula, which impacts our ability to see clearly with central vision and may require surgery.

Macular degeneration is a progressive eye condition that impacts the macula, damages your central vision, and causes vision loss if not treated.

Diabetic retinopathy occurs because of high blood sugar levels and can cause retina damage and vision loss problems if not properly treated.

Often known as surfer’s eye, pterygium is a harmless, triangular-shaped lesion on the eye, which happens because of excess UV rays, wind, or dirt.

If you have a corneal foreign body concern or corneal disease, we provide lamellar keratectomy and corneal foreign body removal to treat the eye.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.