Eyes of East Sacramento Optometry doctors and staff are dedicated in providing exemplary service full of heart. The doctors and opticians aim to continually educate ourselves in order to provide each patient with the most advanced, personalized eye care while using the best technology. We are passionate about design, style, and fit which reflects in the exclusive high quality eye-wear collections we curate.
Call our friendly staff at (916) 915-0500 today with any questions or to request a consultation!
Are you are experiencing dry, gritty, watery, burning or itchy eyes? Do you experience early morning or evening discomfort dryness, dryness with contact lenses? Then you may be suffering from dry eye disease (DED). DED is a progressive disease that affects more than 40 million Americans.
Left untreated, patients with DED suffer from a reduced quality of life due to discomfort and poor vision. Today’s digital lifestyle, eye cosmetics beauty trends, environmental factors, and other medical conditions can contribute to DED.
Our Dry Eye Clinic follows an evidence-based treatment protocol. We specialize in identifying and treating the root causes of your DED using the most advanced technology. Come see the doctors at Eyes of East Sacramento to design a personalized treatment plan just for you. We proudly offer OptiLight by Lumenis which is an IPL (intense pulsed light) treatment, to help with dry eye as well as other advanced therapies that provide relief for dry eyes.
Myopia, more commonly known as nearsightedness, is rising among children. The eyes of a child with myopia become longer over time (axial length of the eye), causing distant objects to appear blurry. If not managed properly, myopia often worsens as the child gets older.
High myopia affects quality of life and may contribute to more severe sight-threatening complications in life, including retinal detachment, myopic maculopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts. Myopia management provides the opportunity for clear vision and the potential to slow progression of the axial length of the eye.
If you have a child with myopia, and you’re concerned about their progression, book a consultation appointment with one of our experienced doctors.