Conditions Treated

At Family Vision of Clemson, we treat a wide range of eye problems, such as conditions, syndromes, and eye diseases. Many things can go wrong with the eyes, and there are treatments for many of them. We seek to keep your eyes as healthy as possible through annual testing and necessary treatments. If you're in Clemson, SC, and need to see the optometrist, give us a call to have your eye conditions treated. 

Conditions Treated

Dry Eye

Dry eye is an increasingly common condition, and it can be caused by a number of causes. The condition causes the eyes to be too dry for comfort, and this can cause symptoms like eye fatigue, a gritty feeling, redness, a mucus discharge, and sore eyes, among others. We treat dry eye with the latest technology to help you manage the condition. 

Computer Vision

Computer vision is another eye condition that is becoming more common. It's caused by spending many hours looking at screens. This causes dry eye as well as other symptoms in people from all walks of life. There are ways to treat this condition, and we can help. 

Myopia and Hyperopia

These are two types of refractive errors caused by the shape of the eyes not being round. This leads to the light coming into the eye being focused in the wrong place instead of in the middle of the retina. Myopia is a condition also called nearsightedness, and hyperopia is another word for farsightedness. 

Presbyopia and Astigmatism

The two other common refractive errors are presbyopia and astigmatism. Presbyopia occurs in middle age, making it harder to see items up close. Astigmatism is caused by the eye being abnormally shaped, so the vision is blurry, wavy, and distorted. Both of these conditions can be treated by using corrective lenses. These eye conditions may also be correctable with eye surgery. 

Glaucoma

A highly common eye disease, this condition is a serious one that can cause a lot of painful symptoms. Patients with glaucoma can lose a lot, if not all, of their vision. Glaucoma must be diagnosed as early as possible so it can be treated. Glaucoma is common in those over 60, but anyone at any age can develop this condition. 

See the Optometrist for Your Eye Condition

Everyone should see the optometrist at least once a year to get a full eye exam. This is the key to being diagnosed with any eye condition. If you're in Clemson, SC, give Family Vision a call today at (864) 722-9205 to schedule your eye exam that comes with testing for many eye conditions.  

 

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Family Vision- Williamston

Monday - Friday:

8:30 am - 5:30 pm

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Family Vision-Clemson

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8:30 am - 5:30 pm

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Family Vision-Anderson

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