Eye Care Procedures

From Routine Eye Exams to Laser Eye Surgery

Blue EyeYour Local Boulder Eye Care Center Has The Treatment You Need For Clear Vision

From routine eye exams to advanced eye procedures such as LASIK, you can depend on Boulder Eyes / Beyer LASIK. As the top provider of vision eye care in the Boulder area, we offer a wide range of services to protect the health of your eyes and help you see clearly. Whether you are simply in need of a checkup or are suffering from potentially dangerous conditions like glaucoma or retinal disease, Boulder Eyes / Beyer LASIK is the most trusted eye care center near Denver.

 

  • Routine Eye Care: If you are looking for an eye doctor in Boulder that you can rely on, our staff can cover all of your essential eye care needs. Routine eye care is crucial to ensuring that the eyes are properly developing and to prevent complications in the future. If you are in need of glasses, our eye care specialists will help you find the right prescription.
  • Glaucoma Treatments: Treatment of glaucoma is one of the many advanced eye care treatments we provide. Glaucoma is a disease that targets the optic nerve and causes high fluid pressure in the eye. Our eye care specialists will evaluate your eyes to determine the best possible course of treatment, which can range from beta blockers to laser surgery.
  • Retinal Disease: There are a wide range of different retinal diseases such as retinal detachment, retinopathy, and macular degeneration. As your premier eye care center in Boulder, we stress the importance of regular eye exams. Some retinal diseases progress very slowly, and it is important to detect any issues as soon as possible. We will find out what is causing your vision loss and what is the best treatment option available.
  • Diabetic Eye Care: Those affected by diabetes can have issues with their vision because the disease causes tiny blood vessels in the retina to leak. We provide several different tests to see if diabetes is the source of your vision problems, and we also offer laser therapy to cauterize the damaged retinal blood vessels.

 

 

  • Corneal Disease: There are several different diseases that can affect the outermost layer of the eye such as corneal dystrophy, conjunctivitis (pink eye), shingles, pterygium, and keratoconus. We will evaluate your eyes to determine whether corneal disease is present and find the treatment option that is right for you.
  • Cataract Surgery: Many people develop cataracts as part of the aging process. Cataracts can cause foggy vision and make it difficult to perform tasks like driving or reading. Cataract surgery is relatively simple and can lead to a significant improvement in vision. During the procedure, a small incision is made in the eye and an ultrasound probe is used to dissolve the cataract. An artificial lens is placed in the eye where the cataract was once located.
  • Multifocal IOL: As part of cataract surgery, an intraocular lens (IOL) replaces the lens of the eye. Advanced versions of IOLs have recently been approved by the FDA, giving patients more options than ever before. There are IOLs to enhance distance vision and possibly eliminate the need for glasses. The type of intraocular lens used depends on factors such as the patient’s overall vision, astigmatism, or eye disease.
  • Intacs: Intacs corneal implants can be used to treat kerataconus eye disease as well as correct nearsightedness or astigmatism in those patients when functional vision is not achievable with glasses or contacts. During the intacts procedure, a small incision is made in the cornea, and the intacts are inserted into the eye.
  • Refractive Lens Exchange: During refractive lens exchange, the eye’s natural lens is replaced by an advanced multifocal or accommodating intraocular lens. This procedure is best suited for older patients who use reading glasses to rectify nearsightedness or farsightedness. Since only a small incision is required, recovery time is quick and patients are able to return to normal activities within 24-48 hours.
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