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Comprehensive Eye Care Services

Overview

At Ramapo Ophthalmology Associates, we offer comprehensive eye care services to assess vision, diagnose complications, improve focus, and recommend appropriate treatment plans. We invite you to learn more about our most commonly performed services.

Eye Exams

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Routine eye examinations are essential to maintaining good vision and eye health. Conditions such as glaucoma do not present symptoms in their earliest stages, therefore, having your eyes examined by a highly trained professional is important. During your eye exam, we will perform diagnostic tests to check your ocular health and to measure visual acuity, peripheral vision, and eye movement.

Ophthalmology 

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Our highly trained and experienced ophthalmologists have built their professional reputations on their devotion to excellence in eye care, from cataract surgery to glaucoma treatment. They are known for their meticulousness in treatment planning, that all-important but too-often neglected stage between diagnosis and surgery. This is just one of the reasons their safety and patient satisfaction records are among the most impressive in the nation.

Allergy Testing

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Puffy eyes and irritation are often the result of an allergic reaction to pollen, dander, or other substances. If you are experiencing allergy symptoms, we can inspect your eyes and perform a number of tests to determine if they are due to allergies. To help reduce allergic inflammation, we can provide medicated eye drops.

Diagnosing Retinal Conditions

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To diagnose retinal conditions, we perform tests to evaluate the health of retinal blood vessels and tissues. Based on the results of these examinations, we can recommend an appropriate treatment or refer you to a retinologist.

Flashes and Floaters

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Flashes often occur when vitreous (gel within the eye) disrupts the retina. Floaters are usually caused by tiny pieces of the vitreous breaking loose. If you experience a sudden onset of floaters, light flashes, or both, these could be symptoms of a retinal tear or detachment, and you should contact our office immediately. 

Dry Eye Diagnosis and Treatment

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When the eyes lack adequate lubrication, patients can experience dry eye syndrome, a condition marked by irritation, redness, hazy vision, or light sensitivity. We can diagnose dry eye and recommend treatments such as medicated eye drops, lifestyle changes, or punctal plugs.

Conjunctivitis

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The conjunctiva is the membrane that covers the white of the eye and lines the inner surface of the eyelids. Conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye, occurs when this tissue becomes swollen, irritated, or infected because of virus, bacteria, or allergies. If you suffer from conjunctivitis, we can recommend an appropriate treatment.

Contact Lenses and Fittings

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If you suffer from nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, and seek an alternative to conventional eyeglasses, our optometrist can prescribe contact lenses. We can conduct an in-depth analysis of your vision to determine the prescription you require, and provide on-site contact lens fittings.

Eyeglass Prescriptions

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Our optometrist can determine and dispense the right prescription lenses to improve your vision. We can recommend bifocals, progressive lenses, prescription sunglasses, anti-glare lenses, glasses designed for viewing computer screens, and more.

Presbyopia Correction

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As we age, it can become more difficult to see objects at near or intermediate distances, a condition also known as presbyopia. Traditionally, presbyopia was mostly treatable with corrective eyewear such as glasses or contact lenses. However, our doctors can provide advanced treatment using KAMRA™ inlays to improve your vision.