Ocular Disease Sunrise Florida

Ocular Disease Sunrise Florida

Doctor of optometry, Dr. Ralph Bourjolly Sunrise Florida, diagnoses and treats diseases of the eye or ocular disease.  At 2020 Vision Place, Sunrise we prescribe medications for infections, inflammations, pain, dry eyes, allergies and much more.  At Sunrise ocular disease facility we offer management of ocular disease.  Our Sunrise optical staff provides undivided attention to your specific eye disorder and will discuss your ocular treatments and options.  If surgery is required, we will refer top eye specialists and surgeons near Sunrise.  Common eye diseases we diagnose, manage or treat include keratoconus, macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataract, diabetic retinopathy, and dry eye syndrome.  Sunrise optometry office serves the surrounding areas with the zip codes of 33322, 33325, 33321 and 33313.

Cataracts Sunrise FL

One common ocular disease of aging Sunrise optometrist diagnoses is cataracts.  Cataract formations occur at different rates and can affect one or both eyes.

Ocular Disease Sunrise FL

Ocular Disease Sunrise Florida

A cataract is a progressive clouding of the eye’s natural lens.  It interferes with light passing through the eye to the retina.  People with progressed cataracts often say they feel as if they’re looking through a waterfall or a piece of wax paper.  At Sunrise cataracts are diagnosed when there is a clouding or discoloration that takes place within the originally clear natural lens of the eye. This clouding progresses as you age until it begins to block out the passage of light through the lens, which results in a gradual loss of vision.  At Sunrise optometry we describe cataract signs and symptoms as cloudy, blurry or foggy vision, changes in color perception, problems with night vision, and seeing glare or halos around lights.

Sunrise Eye Disease Treatment
12801 W Sunrise Blvd
Suite 931
Sunrise, FL 33323
(954) 357-0530