Eye Care

Ophthalmologist examining a patient.

If you're having trouble with your vision or have been diagnosed with an eye condition that requires a specialist, our ophthalmologist at Faith Regional specializes in a wide range of eye conditions and surgical treatments. Your primary care provider or optometrist may refer you to see an ophthalmologist for more specialized care.

Conditions We Treat


A cataract is a cloudy lens. This may develop as you age or if an injury changes the tissue that makes up your eye lens. Most cataracts develop slowly and don’t seem to affect your eyesight early on. With time, cataracts will eventually interfere with your vision. During cataract surgery, your surgeon will remove your eye lens and replace it with an artificial lens.

Man with a cloudy lens, otherwise known as cataracts.


Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve caused by high pressure in your eye. Many forms of glaucoma have no warning signs, so regular eye exams are important to detect glaucoma in its early stages. We offer advanced minimally invasive glaucoma surgery.

Retinal Diseases

This group of diseases can affect any part of the retina, a thin layer of tissue on the inside back of your eye. Some retinal diseases and conditions include retinal tear, retinal detachment, diabetic retinopathy, epiretinal membrane, macular hole, macular degeneration, and retinitis pigmentosa. We offer intravitreal injections for retinal disorders, argon laser for retinal tears, and pan-retinal photocoagulation.

Treatments We Offer


Oculoplastic surgery focuses on the eyelids, orbit, tear ducts, and other structures around the eye. From drooping eyelids to blocked tear ducts, oculoplastics focused on improving the functionality of the eye as well as the appearance.

Refractive Surgery

Refractive surgery can be used to correct or improve your vision. The most widely performed type of refractive surgery is LASIK surgery where the laser is used to reshape the cornea. We implant the most advanced intraocular lenses, including Toric and Multifocal intraocular lenses, to provide you with optimal refractive outcomes.

Having Trouble With Your Vision?

Make an appointment with your primary care provider or optometrist who will refer you to see an ophthalmologist as needed.

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