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Blurry vision? No, thank you! When you are experiencing vision problems, you need a practical solution as soon as possible. Total Vision is well qualified to make a proper diagnosis and offer proactive treatment from your first visit.

As your local, caring comprehensive eye care center, our entire team is focused on protecting and maintaining the visual acuity and ocular health of the whole family.

Refractive Errors

The most common cause of blurred vision are “refractive errors,” when the eye does not bend light correctly, resulting in blurriness. Armed with a precise glasses or contact lens prescription from your Total Vision optometrist, treating your refractive error with glasses or contact lenses is easy and convenient. If you’re interested in learning more about Lasik surgery and whether it could be a lasting and appropriate solution for you, schedule a Lasik consultation with your eye doctor to learn more.

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Types of Refractive Errors Include:

 

Myopia

Also called nearsightedness, myopia is caused by the shape of the eye. Nearsighted patients experience blurriness in the faraway field of vision. 

Astigmatism

Caused by the shape of the cornea, astigmatism causes general blurry or blurred vision.

Hyperopia

More commonly known as farsightedness, hyperopia is also caused by the shape of the eye. Patients with farsightedness experience blurriness in the near field of vision.

Presbyopia

Occurring in patients over 40, presbyopia is a type of farsightedness that occurs in many patients as part of the natural aging process.

Eye Conditions

Relatively common eye conditions such as strabismus (when the eyes don’t work properly together) and amblyopia (or ‘lazy eye’) are usually correctable with appropriate treatment. However, neglecting treatment can lead to permanent vision loss. Your Total Vision optometrist can guide you toward effective treatments from glasses to eye exercises to surgery and more.

Eye Diseases

Most eye diseases are curable or at least treatable, but early diagnosis is key. By keeping up with your annual Total Vision eye exam, you allow your eye doctor to monitor your eye health over time and help to prevent the development of serious eye diseases such as macular degeneration or glaucoma.

It is important to also ensure your eye doctor is aware of other health issues - for example, patients with diabetes can develop diabetic retinopathy, a serious sight-threatening complication. If an eye disease should develop, your local Total Vision is prepared to offer the latest and most up-to-date treatments to help you protect your vision and stay healthy.

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Sudden Symptoms

Most vision problems present slowly over time, but if you are experiencing any of these sudden symptoms, make an appointment to see your Total Vision optometrist right away.

  • Recurrent cloudy vision
  • Halos around lights
  • Eye pain
  • Squinting
  • Floaters or the appearance of “flashing” lights
  • Double vision
  • Crossed eyes
  • Change in eye color
  • Dry eyes
  • Discharge or excessive tearing

Talk to your Total Vision optometrist about any eye diseases you may be of higher risk of developing and learn the symptoms to look out for. Attending to your ocular health can make an enormous difference in maintaining your best possible sight into old age.

Comprehensive Eye Care in Tierrasanta

Whether your vision problems are lifelong or newly developed, the accomplished and friendly team at Total Vision is more than prepared to help you manage and maintain your prescriptions, discuss new treatment options, and diagnose and treat any eye diseases or conditions affecting your sight. 

Your Total Vision optometrist remains laser focused on assisting you in attaining your best possible visual acuity and ocular health. Visit Total Vision in Tierrasanta to see all the benefits we can offer with a clear view.

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