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Common Eye Diseases

There are several eye conditions that can impair vision, cause discomfort, and bring about a variety of other unpleasant symptoms. The eye is a complex organ and it is used in practically every single element and task of our everyday lives. Therefore, it is important to receive an eye exam as soon as you experience any […]

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Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is a condition that refers to damage in the blood vessels of the retina located at the back of the eye. It can occur in individuals with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes and is contributed to high blood sugar levels. This causes the blood vessels in the eye to leak or swell, and […]

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Eye Exams

At Nevada Eye Physicians, our experienced eye care professionals provide comprehensive eye examinations to evaluate their patients’ vision and to diagnose any conditions or diseases in the eye. We provide several different eye tests to help evaluate the functionality of the eye to determine if a patient needs a corrective vision solution or a specific […]

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Pediatrics

Diseases and conditions of the eye can develop at any age and must be detected early in order to stop progression. At Nevada Eye Care Physicians, we provide pediatric ophthalmology for younger patients, which can include routine eye exams, diagnostic testing, and various treatments if necessary. The American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Association for […]

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Cosmetics

A person’s eyes are a beautiful aspect of the face that deserve to be seen, but sometimes an excess of skin on top or around the eyes can render an unflattering facial appearance. Our experienced doctors at Nevada Eye Physicians in our nine Nevada locations perform eyelid surgery (known as blepharoplasty) to lift and tighten […]

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Flashes & Floaters Treatment Las Vegas

What Are Floaters? Sometimes you may see dark spots, small specks, or clouds moving in your field of vision. These are called “Floaters.” You often see these when you are staring at a plain background like a wall or the sky. While both Flashers and Floaters are conditions in the gel of the eye, Floaters […]

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Macular Degeneration

As one of the leading causes of vision loss and blindness in Americans over the age of 60, macular degeneration occurs when the center part of the retina (the macula) begins to deteriorate. When deterioration begins, individuals may begin to lose their central vision that’s necessary for performing several activities such as reading or driving. […]

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a serious eye condition that can cause damage to the optic nerve in the eye. It occurs when the fluid pressure in the eye increases to an above normal level. If left untreated, glaucoma can cause irreversible loss of vision or even blindness in more severe cases. Typically, glaucoma does not develop until […]

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Dry Eye

Do you have dry, itchy eyes that feel irritated and look red? Does it feel like there is sand or grit between your eyes and your eyelids? These are common symptoms of a condition called dry eye syndrome. For many people, the only way to find relief from these symptoms is to seek treatment. At […]

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LASIK

LASIK is a form of laser vision correction surgery and one of the most recognized procedures for eliminating an individual’s need for eyeglasses or contact lenses. The surgery uses excimer lasers to reshape the cornea to focus light more accurately on the retina. Our eye care surgeons at Nevada Eye Physicians perform LASIK procedures using the latest […]

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Seek Treatment Today

If you are experiencing any symptoms associated with cataracts, it is important to seek attention from an eye care professional as soon as possible. At Nevada Eye Physicians, we work to both diagnose and treat cataracts to help our patients gain clearer vision. To schedule your consultation, contact one of our facilities today.

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