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Posted on 09-26-2018
Many people who have vision impairment or even blindness are not born that way, it happens over time. It is important to recognize the signs of sight loss in time to get treatment and hopefully stop it before it progresses. At Eye 1st Vision Center we want to preserve and even improve the sight you have, so if you experience any of these symptoms in Sandy Springs or the surrounding areas call us today.
Symptoms of sight loss include floaters, flashing lights, gray blobs in the line of sight, eye pain, redness in and around the eyes, blurred vision, and eye pain. Any of these are worth an optometry visit to make sure that your vision is not at risk.
According to Vision loss sources dot org, the leading causes of sight loss are cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa (RP), and stroke. Other causes include eye injury, eye infections, and genetic factors. If you experience any of these symptoms of vision loss, we will help you find the cause and begin the process of stopping the process and or regaining your vision.
In some cases, vision loss cannot be regained, so do not put off visiting the eye doctor if you are experiencing any abnormal eye symptoms. The sooner you are seen, the faster we can help you starting with the symptoms and doing a full exam to get to the root cause.
Call us at Eye First Vision Center to schedule an appointment at 404-252-1702. A large step in preventing vision loss is visiting an eye doctor for regular exams. If there are any signs of vision loss we can catch them early and halt the process. If you are already experiencing symptoms, call for an appointment so we can address the symptoms and find the cause. We serve Sandy Springs and the surrounding areas.
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