Whether you have an eye infection, foreign body within the eye that needs removal, have a chronic eye disease, or true ocular emergency, Dr. Lisa Januskey and Dr. Raymond Tran have you covered. Below is a sampling, but by no means exhaustive list, of some of the common eye conditions that we treat.
See your EYE DOCTOR, not your primary care doctor when you think that you have an eye infection or have experienced ocular trauma. Only your eye doctor has the correct medical equipment to accurately diagnose and treat your eyes. Get seen TODAY. Don’t wait for it to get worse.
Itchy Eyes and Allergies
Most people living in Bryan-College Station experience eye allergies every spring, but that doesn’t mean you have accept having red, puffy eyes every year. If you experience itchy, red, or watery eyes, talk with Dr. Januskey or Dr. Tran. There are steps you can take to dramatically improve your comfort.
Dry Eye Treatment
Dry eye is a bigger problem than most people give it credit for. With the increase in electronic device use, we’re seeing dry eye earlier than ever before.
Foreign Body Removal
Should you experience or even think that there may be something stuck in your eye, come to Precision Eye Care and let Dr. Lisa Januskey or Dr. Raymond Tran take a look. They have the expertise and equipment necessary to find and remove anything that doesn’t belong in your eye.
Glaucoma is a silent thief that slowly steals your peripheral vision over time. Early diagnosis and treatment is essential to preserve vision. As an Optometric Glaucoma Specialist, Dr. Januskey is well qualified to diagnose and treat glaucoma.
Keratoconus is a progressive, deforming disease of the cornea with a strong genetic component. However, new advances in technology have allowed us to slow, stop, and sometimes even slightly reverse this sight-threatening condition.
The effect of macular degeneration is the opposite of glaucoma: there is a loss or distortion of the central vision. Fortunately, there are new treatment options for those who are diagnosed early. Ask Dr. Januskey or Dr. Tran for more information.