Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management
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Detect Early—Prevent Early

Eye disease is a common issue for many. 

In fact, it’s estimated that almost 6 million people across the country live with an eye disease that could lead to vision loss or blindness. That’s over 15% of the population.

Our comprehensive eye exam approach can help detect the early warning signs of eye disease, giving us an opportunity to manage your eye health before it can permanently affect your vision.

Get help protecting your vision. Schedule your next eye exam with MEye Health today.

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Why Eye Exams Are Important

Most instances of eye disease do not present symptoms until vision loss has already begun. This means that it is nearly impossible to detect and manage eye disease—and prevent concurrent vision loss or blindness—without the aid of an eye exam.

Using modern technology and techniques, we can observe your eye in intricate detail. From our findings, we can develop a management plan to help preserve your eye health and vision.

Common Eye Diseases & Conditions

At MEye Health, we take satisfaction in our ability to provide our patients with personalized care. Our team stays on top of modern research and technology to help aid in examining and managing eye diseases.

The most common eye diseases and conditions we look for during an eye exam include:

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a disease which causes the progressive deterioration of the macula, the part of your eye responsible for central vision. AMD is the number one cause of vision loss in people over 50 in North America, and it can affect your ability to recognize faces, drive, and read.

MEye Health is proud to offer genetic testing for AMD. The test determines which vitamin therapy is best for you and your probability of developing advanced AMD. Genetic testing is recommended for individuals with macular degeneration and their families.  

We prescribe the recommended vitamins and use the Macular Pigment Optical Density (MPOD) device to measure the effectiveness of vitamin therapy. Low MPOD is a significant but modifiable risk factor for AMD. 

Once identified, it can be monitored over time, enabling a proactive, preventative approach to AMD.

Glaucoma is usually slow, progressive deterioration of the optic nerve, causing a gradual and irreversible peripheral vision loss, which, if left untreated, could lead to blindness. 

There are many different risk factors for glaucoma and a variety of treatments available. The most vital aspect of managing glaucoma is early diagnosis and treatment.  

At MEye Health, we have the equipment necessary to identify and control this disease in its initial stages.

Diabetic eye disease includes not only diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema but also other common eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, dry eye, and fluctuating vision. 

Visit our Diabetic Eye Exams page to learn more!

Conjunctivitis is caused by the inflammation of the conjunctiva —the mucous membrane that covers the white of the eye. Conjunctivitis can be caused by many different things, ranging from allergies, bacteria or viruses. 

Cataracts are the clouding of the natural lens of the eye. This causes blurry vision, dulling of colour, and glare. 

In some cases, we may recommend cataract surgery to help remove cataract lenses and restore clarity to your vision.

Dry eye syndrome (or dry eye disease) is characterized by the inability of the tears to adequately provide moisture and comfort to the eyes.

Individuals with dry eye syndrome may be at risk of developing further corneal complications if the issue is left untreated. 

Visit our Dry Eye Therapy page to learn about how we can help address this concern.

Concerned About Eye Disease? Schedule an Eye Exam Today.

The best way to ensure you and your loved ones are protected from eye diseases is by scheduling routine eye exams

This gives us the best opportunity to detect small changes in your eye health and diagnose, manage and prevent eye diseases before vision loss occurs.

Schedule your eye exam today.

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Conveniently located west of Walker’s Line on the north side of Harvester near Tim Horton’s.

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  • 3455 Harvester Rd., Unit 28
  • Burlington, ON L7N 3P2

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