Are you interested in LASIK Surgery in North Carolina with Eye Associates of Wilmington? Eye Associates of Wilmington is providing Laser Vision Correction to Wilmington, Jacksonville, New Bern, Duplin County, and Myrtle Beach in eastern North and South Carolina. We offer our patients the most modern LASIK technology using Bladefree LASIK. Learn more about how you can see more clearly after LASIK Eye Surgery in North Carolina.Learn More
Experience Cataract Surgery with Multifocal IOLs at Eye Associates of Wilmington. Offering our patients advanced cataract surgery with ReSTOR, Toric, & Tecnis lenses. Visit our Cataract Center to see if Cataract Surgery in Wilmington is right for you.Learn More
We understand that your vision is important to you and that is why we offer financing options. If you are considering LASIK Financing look no further as we have numerous financing options to meet your many needs. We also offer financing for Multifocal IOLs for cataract surgery. Vision correction should not be a financial burden on your wallet. Click here to learn more about our financing options.Learn More
At Eye Associates of Wilmington, our iLASIK® Procedure combines the world's most advanced vision correction technologies into one all-laser vision correction procedure. iLASIK® is the only FDA-approved vision correction procedure designed to correct a broad range of vision problems, including nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.Learn More
Pediatric care is one of the most important services the experienced physicians at Eye Associates of Wilmington provide. This is reflected in their dedication to detecting potentially troubling vision problems as early as possible. In addition, our team of doctors includes the only fellowship-trained pediatric ophthalmology specialist in the area, David A. Johnson M.D., Ph.D. If you are concerned that your child may have a significant vision problem, a detailed consultation will address these issues and help you determine which treatments or services might be appropriate. Dr. Johnson also provides strabismus treatments for adults.
To meet with Dr. Johnson to discuss your child's vision, contact Eye Associates of Wilmington today to schedule a consultation.
Vision problems can cause difficulties throughout your child’s life. These issues can be social and educational and can affect a person through adulthood. Eye Associates of Wilmington provides the quality eye exams necessary to detect problems early so that you and our team can begin to work toward a solution for your child as soon as possible.
Strabismus is a condition in which the eyes are crossed, turned outward, or vertically misaligned. A child with strabismus may have trouble reading due to impaired vision, experience difficulties in social situations because of seemingly indirect eye contact, and be made fun of by peers because of the stigma associated with crossed eyes and other forms of strabismus. At Eye Associates of Wilmington, our physicians utilize the latest strabismus treatments to help both children and adults achieve improved vision and a better cosmetic appearance.
At Eye Associates of Wilmington, our eye care specialists are proud to offer early treatment for congenital ocular disorders in children. These treatments ensure that vision problems present at birth are addressed as early as possible so that children are given the best chance of having the healthiest possible vision.
During a consultation at Eye Associates of Wilmington, our physicians will provide your child with a thorough eye exam to determine overall visual health and assess the risk of future eye conditions or disease. With the help of the latest diagnostic tools and a team of exceptionally well-trained ophthalmologists, you can relax knowing that your child is receiving care from Eye Associates of Wilmington, an area leader in ophthalmology. To schedule a screening, simply contact our office today.
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