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Welcome to Hendersonville Eye Care
Your Optometrist in Hendersonville, NC.
Call us at 828-693-5205 today.
Henderson Eye Care can help you maintain your eye health with regular eye examinations and corrective lenses. We offer a full range of corrective surgeries in our state of the art facility.
Eye Care Services
Our Optometrist can diagnose and treat your vision problems with comprehensive eye care, including eye exams, eye surgery and contact lenses and glasses.
- Computer Vision Syndrome
- Contact Lenses
- Eye Examinations
- Eye Surgery
- Lasik Surgery
- Sports Vision Testing
- Vision Therapy
Eye Examinations for Eye Health
Our optometrist recommend scheduling eye examinations at least once every two years if you have no preexisting eye conditions and no family history of eye diseases. If you wear glasses or contacts, play sports or sit in front of a computer screen all day, you should schedule an eye examination every 12 months. If you have a preexisting eye disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, glaucoma or AMD, you should visit our eye doctor every six months.
Regular eye examinations can help catch many eye diseases early when they are most easily treated and managed. Without regular eye exams, individuals can lose as much as 40 percent of their vision before they notice a change.
- Diabetic Eye Disease
- Dry Eye
- Macular Degeneration
Risk Factors for Eye Diseases
Certain eye diseases are more prevalent in individuals with certain risk factors. AMD is more prevalent in Caucasian women over the age of 60, while Glaucoma is most prevalent in individuals over the age of 60 and in African and Mexican Americans.
- Family History of Eye Diseases
- Over the Age of 40
- Underlying Health Conditions
Benefits of Regular Eye Care
The only way to diagnose certain eye diseases in a timely manner is by scheduling regular eye care examinations. Many eye diseases do not have any symptoms until significant vision is lost. Glaucoma is known as the silent eye disease because the internal pressure of the eye builds up slowly, causing damage to the optic nerve.
Diabetes can cause sudden changes in vision and even blindness because high levels of sugar in the blood can cause the small blood vessels in the eye to break and bleed. High blood pressure can also damage the small veins in the eye, leading to severe vision loss and blindness. Even something as seemingly simple as dry eye can have damaging effects on your vision, causing pain, irritation, blurry vision and light sensitivity. If dry eye is left untreated, it can cause scarring of the cornea.
If you have cataracts, scheduling regular eye examinations allows us to monitor the severity and recommend treatment in a timely manner before all vision is lost.
Schedule an Appointment
If you have not had an eye examination in Hendersonville recently, call our optometrist at 828-693-5205. We are located at 1401 Haywood Road in Hendersonville, NC. Our eye doctor can examine your eyed, diagnose any aliments and provide treatment that will help preserve your vision. We also offer Lasik eye surgery for permanent vision correction.
At Hendersonville Eye Care, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment. Call us at 828-693-5205 or schedule an appointment today online.
Dr. Matthew Cannon | Dr. J. Douglas Kilgo | Dr. Melanie J. Denton
Hendersonville Optometrist | Hendersonville Eye Care | 828-693-5205
1401 Haywood Road
Hendersonville, NC 28791