Diabetic Eye Treatment

All of the doctors at our practice have a special interest in evaluations of our diabetic patient's eye health. Although we know more about diabetes and its complications related to the eye today than ever before, it is still the NUMBER ONE cause of vision loss and legal blindness in younger adults. Diabetes can make a person more susceptible to eye infections and cataract development. By damaging blood vessels in the eye, diabetes can cause blurry vision for a large number of people. During an eye exam, the blood vessels of the eye can be directly observed, giving an indication of how healthy the blood vessels are in the rest of the body. We have specialized digital photography equipment to assess and follow diabetes-related ocular conditions. Argon Laser treatment is also available for those in need. All Medical Associations, as well as Ophthalmology and Optometric Associations, recommend an annual eye exam for patients with diabetes. We work closely with your family doctor, internist, and endocrinologist, to give them the most up to date information regarding your eye health. This can help them make decisions regarding your blood sugar control to keep your eyes, and the rest of your body as healthy as possible.

If you or a loved one suffer from diabetes and haven’t had an eye exam in over a year, please contact us today to schedule your evaluation.


Am I a Candidate for BOTOX™ or Juvederm™?

Are you a candidate for Botox or Juvederm? Do you have concerns about "crow's feet", "frown lines", "forehead furrows", or lower face issues such as deeper lines between the lips and cheeks?  You may be a good candidate for our minimally invasive facial rejuvenation services.  

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Affordable Financing Options:

Campanella Eye Associates are committed to offering only the safest and most effective vision correction procedures available. While staying current with the latest technology and best vision correction procedures, we understand the importance of having financing options available for our patients.