Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management in
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Why should you concern yourself with eye disease? If your eyes see and feel fine, does that mean they’re healthy? Well, not necessarily.

There are various eye diseases, and many can develop without any symptoms in their early stages. For the most part, the best way to detect an eye disease is with an eye exam, and only then can you find the help you need to manage them.

We’re proud to use some of the latest eye care technology to detect even the slightest signs of eye disease. And we’ll help give you the chance to manage them properly and preserve your vision.

Common Eye Diseases & Conditions

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that affect the optic nerve. This disease can change the quality of your peripheral vision as it progresses, and over time, it can lead to permanent vision loss.

Many types of glaucoma are characterized by an increased intraocular pressure (IOP), but others can still develop even when your IOP is stable. Some of the most common forms of glaucoma include:

  • Open-angle glaucoma develops when fluids aren’t draining adequately to maintain stable IOP levels. However, the drainage canal between your iris and pupil remains open.
  • Closed-angle glaucoma occurs when the drainage angle closes, resulting in a rapid rise in IOP and sometimes causing sudden vision loss or eye pain. This is considered an emergency and requires immediate medical attention.
  • Normal-tension glaucoma doesn’t affect your IOP levels but can still damage your optic nerve and lead to vision loss.

There is no cure for glaucoma, but Dr. Taylor Bladh, O.D., is one of the 5% of optometrists in California who is qualified to treat the disease. Treatments vary depending on your particular case, but they include medication, eye drops, or surgery.

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of vision loss in adults over 55. It generally occurs with age and slowly deteriorates the area of the retina called the macula. The macula is responsible for providing the central vision you need to read, drive, and recognize faces.

There are 2 types of AMD:

  • Dry AMD is the most common form of the disease. It occurs as the macula slowly thins as you age. It’s often characterized by the presence of drusen deposits under your macula.

Wet AMD is far less common but responsible for over 90% of AMD-related vision loss. It occurs when abnormal blood vessels in the retina break and leak fluids under your macula, leading to rapid vision loss. Wet AMD is considered an eye emergency and requires immediate attention.

Several types of eye diseases could develop if you have diabetes. These eye diseases can occur when high blood sugar levels damage your eye’s blood vessels, causing them to swell, break, and leak fluids into your retina.

Learn more about diabetic eye diseases on our Diabetic Eye Exams page.

Cataracts are an eye condition that clouds your eye’s lens as you age. As you grow older, your eye’s clear crystalline lens becomes more rigid and opaque, preventing light from reaching your retina.

Cataracts are very common, and most people can expect to develop cataracts at some point in their lives. In mild cases, cataracts may only cause slight vision problems that can be corrected with glasses or contact lenses. In other, more advanced cases, you may require cataract surgery.

Manage Your Eye Health Today

Our team takes pride in offering state-of-the-art solutions for managing a wide range of eye diseases and conditions. Please contact us and discover how we can help manage your eye health today!

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Where to Find Us

You can easily find us on
N. Diamond Bar Blvd just north of the 57 and 60 interchange. There’s plenty of space to park out front with accessible options available.

  • 718 N Diamond Bar Blvd
  • Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 9:00 AM 6:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 9:00 AM 6:00 PM
  • Thursday: 9:00 AM 6:00 PM
  • Friday: 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

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