Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Eye Care provides comprehensive medical and surgical ophthalmic and optometric services, including routine eye exams. Our providers treat patients of all ages for a wide variety of injuries, diseases, and conditions.
Ophthalmology is a medical and surgical specialty dedicated to diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders of the eye. Optometry focuses on a patient’s vision, providing correction as needed and detecting eye abnormalities. Our Eye Care team includes experts in both specialties, enabling us to provide comprehensive medical and surgical ophthalmology and optometry services for people of all ages.
Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Eye Care offers our patients an outstanding team of board-certified ophthalmologists and a medical optometrist, employing the most up-to-date equipment and advanced diagnostic techniques working within the full spectrum of ophthalmic care.
Our skilled ophthalmologists are experienced in today’s surgical procedures, including cataract surgery with intraocular lens implant and glaucoma laser surgery. Depending on the patient and the procedure, surgery may be performed in the doctor’s office or at the Saratoga Surgery Center. This facility is home to state-of-the-art surgical equipment and a dedicated eye operating suite.
“Our skilled ophthalmology team is committed to preserving the best possible eye health of our patients. We offer compassionate, expert services in a highly collaborative medical community that is centered on patient care.”
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Our skilled optometrist provides comprehensive eye exams covering age-appropriate and patient-specific procedures, including refractions for corrective eyewear, glaucoma tests, and retina exams with pupil dilation.
There are several types of glaucoma. The most common goal of glaucoma treatment is to lower pressure in your eye (intraocular pressure). Depending on your situation, your options may include eye drops and/or laser surgery. Our board-certified physicians are skilled surgeons with the latest technology to provide high-quality care.
Working in concert with your endocrinologist, your eye care provider will monitor your eyes regularly. Should early stages of diabetic retinopathy appear, progression may be slowed by diet and blood sugar control.
Through Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Pediatric Eye Care, we offer comprehensive eye health services for our youngest patients, from infancy through adolescence. Care is provided by a pediatric ophthalmologist, an eye doctor who has additional specialized training in treating pediatric eye and vision conditions. Examples include blocked tear ducts, lazy eye (amblyopia), eye misalignment (strabismus), droopy eyelids (ptosis), conjunctivitis, and medical conditions and syndromes that affect the eyes. Because they are experts in treating strabismus and double vision, pediatric ophthalmologists also treat adult patients for these conditions.
We offer advanced imaging services, under the guidance and expertise of highly skilled medical professionals.
We offer surgical services at two locations. Inpatient and outpatient surgery are performed at the Hospital. Outpatient surgery also is available at Saratoga Surgery Center, on our Wilton Campus. Whenever possible, we offer a minimally invasive approach, which means less discomfort and scarring as well as faster recovery times. For certain conditions, both minimally invasive and advanced robot-assisted surgery options are offered, enabling our surgeons to perform even the most complex and delicate procedures with extreme precision. We do everything we can to make you feel comfortable and well cared for.