Diabetic Eye Disease Grove City, Ohio
Treat Your Diabetic Eye Disease and Focus on Health
The caring and experienced eye doctors at Moses-Mouser & Associates have decades of experience effectively treating diabetic retinopathy for patients of Canal Winchester and Grove City, Ohio.
We are committed to providing you with the highest quality eye care and treatment as well as a friendly and warm environment from the minute you walk through our doors. We treat our valued patients as we would want a member of our own families to be treated. Our focus is on providing individual attention and care in a comfortable and pressure-free environment. We’ll help you determine the right course of treatment for your unique needs and make sure you understand the process from beginning to end.
What is a Diabetic Eye Disease?
The Leading Cause of Blindness in People with Diabetes
Diabetic Eye Disease arises as a complication of diabetes. It is typically caused by a damaging of the blood vessels in the tissues of the retinal region of the eye.
The early stages of diabetic eye disease are not always readily detectable. It is especially important for patients with diabetes to have routine eye exams to carefully manage and maintain the appropriate course of treatment for eye health. Diabetic eye disease is a leading cause of blindness for people with diabetes. Our experienced eye doctors treat retinopathy with a variety of procedures, including surgical treatments, which may help to prevent any further deterioration or vision loss.
Types of Diabetic Eye Disease
There Are Three Types of Diabetic Eye Disease That Can Occur
Diabetic eye disease that we treat at Moses-Mouser & Associates are classified into three types:
Diabetic Macular Edema
The leakage of fluid into the retina may lead to swelling of the surrounding tissue, including the macula. DME is the most common cause of vision loss in people with diabetic eye disease.
Diabetes and Cataracts
Being Diabetic puts you at risk as excess blood sugar can causes cataracts. You may need cataract surgery to remove lenses that are clouded by the effects of diabetes.
Diabetes and Glaucoma
Glaucoma is a cluster of diseases that cause damage to your eye’s optic nerve. Having Diabetes puts you at twice the risk of geting Glaucoma. This damage leads to irreversible loss of vision.
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