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Management of Ocular Diseases

Eye diseases are no laughing matter. For proper diagnosis and management of ocular disease, you need an optometric team who cares about your vision and stays up-to-date with cutting-edge medicine and technology. At Risk Optometric Associates, PA (ROA), our expert eye doctors will provide you with advanced and compassionate eye care for you and your family. We have many offices – most of which are conveniently within a Walmart, located in Central North Carolina: in Hope Mills, Fort Bragg, Aberdeen, Jacksonville, Hendersonville, Raeford and Fayetteville NC. Visit us in any of our clinics to receive top-notch care for all eye and vision problems.

We strive to make your eye care experience at ROA as pleasant and efficient as possible. Our offices are furnished with the latest diagnostic equipment, so that our optometrists can detect signs of eye diseases early and as precisely as possible. This enables eye doctors to begin treatment immediately to prevent future vision loss and improve treatment success rates. Many recent advances have been made in treating common ocular diseases such as macular degeneration, cataracts and glaucoma, and we ensure that all of our patients benefit from these encouraging developments. If you are diagnosed with an ocular disease or have an eye emergency, we will take the time to meet with you, answer all of your questions and discuss the most suitable course of treatment for your condition.

Learn more about our treatments for Ocular Diseases in Fayetteville NC and other North Carolina offices of Risk Optometric Associates, PA:

  • Early diagnosis and treatment are the best prevention against the harmful effects of glaucoma. Glaucoma refers to a group of ocular diseases that damage the optic nerve of your eye, destroying sharp vision. At Risk Optometric Associates, PA, we will test your eyes during our comprehensive eye exams, by using a tonometer to check for increased eye pressure. Treatment generally involves eye drops, laser surgery, conventional surgery or a combination of all of these methods. Glaucoma may be symptomless, which is why it is critical to have complete eye evaluations done regularly after age 40. Left untreated, glaucoma can lead to vision loss.
  • Cataracts cause a clouding of the lens of your eyeball, which blocks clear images from appearing on your retina. Depending upon the severity of your condition, blurred vision will range from mild to extreme. Fortunately, cataract surgery has a very high success rate at restoring functional vision. During the procedure, your clouded natural lens will be removed and replaced with a synthetic, transparent lens. Our eye doctors, at clinics in Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, Hendersonville, Hope Mills, Aberdeen, Raeford and Jacksonville, NC, will treat and manage your cataracts so that you enjoy crystal-clear eyesight once again.
  • Early detection of macular degeneration is critical for slowing the progression of this disease that presently has no cure. This eye disease affects your central vision and damages your ability to process fine detail. Treatment depends upon the type of macular degeneration that we diagnose, and it ranges from prescribing a mix of medications to injecting drugs directly into the eye to laser surgery. If you are diagnosed with macular degeneration, our eye doctors at Risk Optometric Associates, PA, will meet with you to discuss the most appropriate, helpful options to preserve your vision.