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Eye Care Services in Meridian

Vision is one of the marvels of life, but human eyes can still experience their share of problems. Meridian Ophthalmic Associates, an ophthalmology clinic in the city of Meridian, offers the type of eye care services that can help those experiencing such problems. We have years of experience providing our patients with reliable eye care services.

Common Vision Problems

Many people may not even realize that they have vision trouble. Others may have obvious problems that require immediate attention but are unable to recognize the nature of the trouble.

Cataracts are common disorders that often develop as we age. A cataract is essentially a clouding in the lens of the eye that will not at first be noticeable but will eventually start interfering with your vision.

Macular degeneration is also associated with aging. This condition affects a portion of the retina, the part of the eye that receives light from outside and can over time cause serious vision loss. 

Glaucoma is a condition often caused by pressure within the eye and which reduces vision by affecting the optic nerve.

Diseases of the cornea, which is the clear layer covering the pupil, include ulcers and conditions that physically change its shape, resulting in a refractive error.

The eyes can also be improperly aligned or may not function in the same manner. Other issues include dry eyes and excessive tearing. Ophthalmology is dedicated to treating these and other vision conditions. 

The Field of Ophthalmology

An ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who specializes in providing eye care services. These services range from basic vision examinations to the surgical treatment of certain conditions. Regular eye exams are needed to identify changes in your vision and determine what is causing them. Such tests can also establish whether you have other health problems, such as diabetes, which are contributing to vision loss.

Simple vision screenings are not enough to determine the condition of your eyes and your overall health. Our ophthalmologist will check not only the clarity of your vision but the pressure within your eyes and the condition of the retina in each eye. Some vision problems may require intensive care. Other problems, including nearsightedness and farsightedness, can be resolved with eyeglasses or contact lenses. Fortunately, a basic vision test can help detect any type of vision problem before it becomes serious.

Ophthalmology Services in Meridian

We offer a variety of eye care services to help you maintain good vision throughout your life. If you suspect sight problems or are merely seeking a basic vision examination, schedule an appointment with Meridian Ophthalmic Associates by calling us at (601) 483-2616.


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