General Ophthalmology

General Ophthalmology from Abrams Eye Institute

By: Abrams Eye Institute  04/28/2014
Keywords: General Ophthalmology

Abrams Eye Institute, located in Las Vegas, provides general ophthalmology procedures and treatments for patients suffering from a number of conditions. Our board-certified eye doctors employ the latest technologies and techniques to reduce discomfort and recovery time and to increase the positive effects you’ll experience. Our support staff provides a warm and welcoming environment for all patients in need of general ophthalmology procedures, or more specific procedures such as LASIK eye surgery or cataract surgery. Regardless of your specific needs, you can be certain you’ll have a consultation with one of our board-certified eye doctors who’ll help you identify and diagnose your condition, and guide you toward the most appropriate treatment option. We’re capable of performing most procedures inside our Las Vegas offices. We provide a number of general services addressing and treating glaucoma, pterygium (conjunctiva), diabetic retinopathy and more. We provide comprehensive and pediatric eye exams andtreat common eye conditions including conjunctivitis (pink eye), chalazion (stye), ocular rosacea and more. Use the menu to the right to navigate through our general ophthalmology services and contact us to set up a consultation.

Keywords: General Ophthalmology

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