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Expert Eye Disease Management
in Houston


Our commitment at Space Center Eye Associates extends beyond routine care to include advanced diagnosis and management of eye diseases. Our team of dedicated eye doctors is equipped with the latest diagnostic technology, enabling us to offer comprehensive services tailored to the specific needs of those facing ocular health challenges. Through a patient-centered approach, we focus on delivering meticulous care and developing personalized treatment plans for various eye conditions.

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Optimal Eye Health Through Personalized Care


Our proficiency in identifying and addressing eye diseases early on is critical to preserving vision and ensuring the best possible outcomes for our patients. Emphasizing personalized care, we craft each treatment plan to align your health requirements and lifestyle preferences. We are all about ensuring every patient experiences optimal eye health and improved quality of life.

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Comprehensive Glaucoma Care


Glaucoma stealthily compromises vision through optic nerve damage, primarily due to elevated intraocular pressure. It's a condition that can quietly progress without symptoms, making early detection through regular eye exams crucial for preventing irreversible vision loss.

As the condition advances, signs include poor peripheral vision and struggling with tasks requiring sharp visual focus. Managing glaucoma can start with medicated eye drops that lower eye pressure. In cases where medication is insufficient, laser treatments or surgical procedures might be necessary to improve fluid drainage from the eye.

Proactive Management of Age-Related Macular Degeneration


Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) affects the macula, the part of the retina responsible for clear central vision and vital for activities like reading and driving. As the disease progresses, it can significantly impact vision, leading to challenges in recognizing faces, reading, and navigating daily tasks. Early intervention and regular monitoring can help manage this condition effectively. We use the latest diagnostic tools to detect AMD early and develop a comprehensive care strategy tailored to each patient’s needs.

Treatment options for AMD vary depending on its stage and type. For wet AMD, we may recommend anti-VEGF therapy to slow the growth of abnormal blood vessels. For dry AMD, lifestyle changes and dietary supplements could help slow progression. We aim to preserve as much vision as possible by customizing treatment plans for everyone.

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Cataract Surgery Co-Management


Cataracts develop as the eye's lens becomes clouded, obscuring and diminishing vision over time. Recognizing the early signs of cataracts can lead to interventions that substantially improve quality of life. Symptoms to watch for include a noticeable decline in visual clarity, trouble with night vision, and sensitivity to light and glare. As vision continues to change, you may also find yourself needing frequent updates to your eyeglass prescriptions.

Cataract surgery involves removing the clouded lens and replacing it with a clear, artificial one. It is a safe and effective procedure to restore vision. We pride ourselves on providing thorough pre-surgical evaluations and personalized post-operative care to ensure the best outcomes.

Diabetic Retinopathy Solutions


Diabetic retinopathy, a potential complication of diabetes, endangers vision by damaging the retina's blood vessels. Without intervention, it can progress to severe vision loss or blindness. Early detection through comprehensive eye exams is crucial in managing this condition effectively.

Initially, diabetic retinopathy may not exhibit any symptoms. You might notice vision changes such as blurriness, floating spots, or altered color perception as it progresses. Controlling blood sugar levels is critical, but additional treatments like laser therapy or anti-VEGF injections may be necessary to protect your vision.

For more advanced stages of diabetic retinopathy, interventions such as vitrectomy or laser treatments can be crucial in preventing further damage.

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Prescribing Oral Medication and Steroids for Eye Conditions


We go beyond traditional eye disease treatments by incorporating the prescription of oral medications and steroids into our comprehensive care plans when necessary. This approach is essential for tackling eye conditions that demand more than topical treatments or surgical interventions. Our expert team meticulously assesses each patient's situation to devise the most effective medication regimen, addressing systemic issues that impact conditions like advanced dry eye syndrome, specific glaucoma types, and inflammation following eye surgeries.

Integrating oral medications and steroids into our patient care protocols allows us to offer a more rounded approach to managing and treating eye diseases. We carefully balance these treatments to ensure our patients experience a smooth recovery process, closely monitoring for any side effects while focusing on enhancing both vision quality and overall ocular health.