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Optician in Roseville, CA
Medical Vision Technology, Ophthalmology Group physicians are specialists and are committed to delivering complete vision care including cataract, glaucoma and vision correction in a compassionate, individual and efficient manner. Our physicians and team are here to serve you and welcome your suggestions and comments. We're dedicated to delivering the finest vision care available. It's important that you trust and feel confident in the person responsible for your vision care; to that end Medical Vision Technology.
read moreListed below are some of the common eye conditions we treat in our group. Please read through this and if you have any questions, our trained medical consultants can further explain them. Call to schedule an appointment if you feel you have one of these conditions. Amblyopia is poor vision in an eye that did not develop normal sight during early childhood. This condition, sometimes referred to as"lazy eye, " can run in families. The main causes of amblyopia are strabismus, refractive errors, or cloudiness of the eye tissues.
read moreWe are committed to providing our patients with a full spectrum of eye care services. This means offering optical shops on site in our offices! Medical Vision Technology has three optical shops, one at each location to meet all of our patient's needs. We offer the latest lens technology and extremely high quality lenses. Our qualified opticians are here to help you find the perfect frames. Our opticians will assist you in choosing frame shape, size and style to suit you individual needs and preferences.
read moreDr. Peabody Jr. practices comprehensive ophthalmology offering eye care to patients of all ages. He is a physician and surgeon trained in state of the art treatment for a wide range of medical and surgical eye conditions. He has extensive expertise in the evaluation and treatment of eye disorders, including glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataract, ocular diabetes and dry eye. Dr. Peabody Jr. offers modern no stitch, small incision cataract surgery with multiple lens options, including premium IOLs.
read moreYour eye works a lot like a camera. Light rays focus through your lens onto the retina, a layer of light-sensitive cells at the back of the eye. Similar to photographic film, the retina allows the image to be"seen" by the brain. Over time, the lens of our eye can become cloudy, preventing light rays from passing clearly through the lens. The loss of transparency may be so mild that vision is barely affected, or it can be so severe that no shapes or movements are seen-only light and dark. When the lens becomes cloudy enough to obstruct vision to any significant degree, it is called a cataract.
read moreA complete eye examination does more than determine how clearly you see from a distance and which lens prescription, if necessary, will give you the best possible vision. Your ophthalmologist (Eye M.D.) will also run a number of tests to check the health and function of your entire eye. If you have never had an eye examination or are seeing a new ophthalmologist, your doctor or a technician will begin by asking you questions about your medical history, your family's medical history, and any vision problems you may have.