Arizona’s Vision Eye Care Center, a professional eye care practice in Phoenix, Arizona, announced the launch of an updated range of services for patients who are affected by keratoconus. The experienced optometrists can diagnose and treat different stages of keratoconus.
More information can be found at https://arizonasvision.com/contact-lenses/keratoconus-treatment
With the latest announcement, the team at Arizona’s Vision Eye Care Center are dedicated to helping patients rehabilitate their vision and live a more comfortable life.
Keratoconus is a non-inflammatory eye disorder in which the central part of the cornea becomes thinner, causing a cone-like bulge to develop.
Although vision is often unaffected in the very early stages, keratoconus in advanced stages can cause loss of transparency of the cornea and impair the ability of the eye to focus properly. Thus, it is crucial to not leave this condition unchecked and seek the help of an eye doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Additional information about keratoconus can be found at https://nkcf.org
Arizona’s Vision Eye Care Center specializes in the detection and treatment of eye conditions, including keratoconus. The center can provide comprehensive eye examinations for patients of all ages, from young children to older adults.
The staff uses advanced technology to map the cornea and monitor the progression of keratoconus. If patients require treatment, they can provide full care that is tailored to the stage of one’s disease and needs.
For patients with early stages of keratoconus, the eye doctor may recommend spectacles or scleral lenses to correct visual disturbances. Scleral lenses have a larger diameter and are designed specifically to vault over the whole surface of the cornea.
A satisfied patient said: “I have trusted my family’s vision to the caring professionals at Arizona’s Vision since I moved to Phoenix in 1995. They have always gone above and beyond in every aspect to help us with any special need we had for everything from high performance sports vision to basic health. I consider Dr Page, Joe, Sandy and the entire team there as good friends.”
Interested parties can find more by visiting https://sclerallens.org/for-patients-2/patient-faqs
Arizona’s Vision Eye Care Center
15215 S 48th St