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Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management

Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management

Preserve Your Vision with Routine Eye Exams

Comprehensive eye care can help ensure your visual journey remains extraordinary. Our optometrist serving the vibrant communities of Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, Folsom and Granite Bay, understands the actual value of your eyesight.

Our dedicated optometrist will provide comprehensive eye care beyond routine check-ups, from diagnosis to management, safeguarding the brilliance of your vision. Visit Granite Bay Vision Care Optometry to start your eye-care journey. 

Understanding Common Eye Diseases

Several common eye problems can harm your visual health. Three of the most common are included below:


Glaucoma is a progressive eye disease often characterized by increased pressure within the eye, leading to damage to the optic nerve. This condition can gradually impair your peripheral vision and may cause irreversible blindness.

The most common form of glaucoma occurs when the filter in the eye’s drainage canal gets damaged. However, age and family history can also contribute to its development. Symptoms may not be evident until later, making regular eye exams crucial for early detection.


Cataracts are a common age-related eye condition that causes the eye's clouded appearance. This symptom gradually affects vision, leading to blurred vision, increased sensitivity to glare, and difficulty seeing at night. Factors such as aging, exposure to UV radiation, and certain medications can contribute to cataract formation.

Fortunately, the condition can be easily diagnosed and managed through a comprehensive eye exam and treatment. In cases where vision is significantly affected, surgical options are available to remove the cataract and restore clear vision.

Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a significant cause of vision loss among older adults. It affects the macula, the central part of the retina responsible for sharp, detailed vision. AMD can manifest as either dry or wet forms, with symptoms including blurred or distorted central vision, difficulty recognizing faces, and decreased color perception.

Some major predisposing factors to this condition are aging, genetics, smoking, and poor nutrition. While this condition is irreversible, our experienced optometrist can work with you to develop a personalized management plan to slow its progression.

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Regular comprehensive eye exams are vital for early detection and management of eye diseases. Our skilled eye doctor uses advanced technologies, including digital retinal imaging, optical coherence tomography (OCT), and visual field testing, to evaluate your eye health.

By examining the intricate structures of your eyes, we can identify any abnormalities or signs of disease, even before symptoms arise. Early diagnosis offers timely interventions and effective management strategies, enhancing the chances of preserving your vision.

Personalized Treatment Plans

Our practice believes in a personalized approach to eye disease management. We will collaborate with you to develop an individualized treatment plan. This treatment plan may involve a combination of strategies, including lifestyle modifications, prescription eyewear, nutritional supplements, and coordination with specialists if necessary.

Let Our Optometrist Help Preserve Visual Health

Our dedicated optometrist will assess your eye health, diagnose any eye diseases, and create a personalized management plan tailored to your needs.

Preserve the clarity and vibrancy of your vision. Contact Granite Bay Vision Care Optometry for your eyes in Folsom, Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis and Granite Bay, CA, to embark on the journey toward optimal eye health.

Give us a call at (916) 791-5490 to schedule an appointment today. 

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