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Eye conditions, such as cataracts, amblyopia, retinopathy, etc., are extremely common. But there’s nothing to worry about — the right optometrists can treat all your eye problems and restore optimal eye health. Pack and Bianes Vision Care Optometry has some of the most reputable optometrists providing innovative solutions. We aim to prevent eye conditions by monitoring the slightest changes in your eye health. If we notice any problematic signs or patterns, we curate a thorough early treatment plan to prevent the condition from worsening.

Common Eye Conditions

Below are some of the common eye conditions we treat in Eastlake.

Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of vision loss amongst individuals over 50 years of age. AMD causes blurriness and the loss of central vision, preventing people from seeing faces or objects close to their field of vision. There are two types of AMD — Wet AMD and Dry AMD. Wet AMD occurs when blood and fluids leak into the macula, i.e., the center of the retina. Dry AMD occurs when tiny deposits accumulate under the retina. Age-Related Macular Degeneration can be treated with medications, dietary supplements, and laser procedures.

Amblyopia, aka “Lazy Eye”

Amblyopia, also known as “lazy eye,” occurs when your brain doesn’t process inputs from one eye, favoring one eye over the other. Over time, if left untreated, the problematic eye can get permanently damaged. As such, amblyopia must be treated at the earliest stage possible. At Pack and Bianes Vision Care Optometry, our optometrists recommend treating amblyopia with eye patches and specialized eye drops.

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A cataract refers to a dense and cloudy formation on the lens of the eyes. This eye condition occurs when proteins in your eyes form cloudy clumps that prevent the lens from sending clear visuals to the retina, leading to a cloudy and blurry vision. If left untreated, cataracts eventually cause complete blindness. At Pack and Bianes Vision Care Optometry, our optometrists examine your cataracts to recommend the ideal treatment plan, which may include specialized glasses, contact lenses, or surgeries.

Computer Vision Syndrome

Computer Vision Syndrome refers to a wide range of eye conditions and problems due to digital strains. Most of us spend most of our days observing computer screens, digital tablets, and smartphones — the digital strain from those activities leads to several eye conditions. Common symptoms of computer vision include blurred vision, eye strains, eye pain, headaches, etc. Our optometrists recommend specialized computer glasses, adjustments to your workspace, and eye exercises to treat or avoid computer vision syndrome.

Diabetic Retinopathy

Patients with diabetes must seek regular eye care and go for routine eye examinations because they have a high risk of eye problems. Diabetic retinopathy occurs when the blood vessels in your retina are damaged, leading to blurred vision, dark spots, fluctuating vision, dark strings in your vision, etc. If left untreated, diabetic retinopathy gradually worsens until you lose your vision completely, causing permanent blindness. Our optometrists diagnose and treat retinopathy with procedures like laser surgery, vitrectomy, etc. You must go for regular eye care examinations to diagnose and treat diabetic retinopathy at the earliest stage possible or avoid it altogether.

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You must be vigilant of the slightest changes in your vision. Most vision problems start with mild symptoms but eventually lead to severe complications that risk permanent blindness. At Pack and Bianes Vision Care Optometry, our goal is to monitor the slightest changes — we diagnose and treat all eye problems at the earliest stage possible to ensure you maintain optimal eye health for your entire life.

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COVID-19 Update:

Dear Patient,
We are pleased to announce that the California Department of Public Health has given us permission to resume full scope eye care, including preventative care and postponed exams.

At Total Vision Care, the health of our patients, doctors, and associates is our top priority. We are taking precautions to ensure the safety of our community.

Health and safety protocols we are taking:

  • All visits are by appointment to ensure social distancing. This includes picking up of glasses/contact lenses, adjustments on glasses, and ordering new products.
  • Patients are asked to arrive to their appointment alone and notify us from your vehicle once you arrive (a parent/guardian may accompany a minor and a family member/caretaker may assist a senior). Please call the office and someone will greet you at the door.
  • Prior to your entry a team member will take your temperature, provide you with hand sanitizer and ask you a series of questions regarding your health and possible COVID-19 exposure. Our team members are all subject to these same screening protocols.
  • All doctors, associates, and patients must wear masks.
  • Our team sterilizes all equipment and surfaces after every patient and disinfects all frames prior to placing them back on display.

What we ask of patients:

  • If you have any of the following symptoms, you must reschedule your appointment for a future date: Fever, fatigue, cough, shortness of breath, gastro-intestinal symptoms (diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, or stomach pains), recent loss of smell or taste.
  • Please bring a mask which must be worn in our facilities at all times.
  • Your patience in adhering to new safety protocols.
  • Please feel welcome to communicate any questions that you have to your Total Vision Care practice associates.

In addition, we will continue to monitor CDC, WHO, governmental, and optometric associations guidelines and make changes as appropriate to protect our community. Thank you so much for your continued support of our practices. We appreciate your patience throughout this process and for trusting us with your eyecare needs.

The Total Vision Care Family of Eyecare Professionals