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Diabetic Eye Disease Treatment in Mount Pleasant, PA

Diabetic Retinopathy Exams from Peters Eye Clinic in Mount Pleasant, PA

To schedule diabetic eye disease treatment in Mount Pleasant, PA, and the surrounding area, call Peters Eye Clinic. Having a diabetes diagnosis can cause stress for individuals in Western PA and their families. What many people do not realize is that diabetes not only affects the pancreas, but it typically affects vision, as well. One of the most common diabetic eye diseases is diabetic retinopathy, which is caused by damage to blood vessels in the retina due to diabetes.

Diabetics should schedule appointments to have their retinas examined for damage by Jerome A. Peters, M.D. in Mount Pleasant, PA. One prominent test includes dilating a patient’s pupils and examining throughout the back of the eye, including blood vessels, the retina, and the optic nerve. This procedure allows for prompt diagnosis and treatment. To schedule a diabetic retinopathy exam with our ophthalmologist, call Peters Eye Clinic in Mount Pleasant today at (724) 547-2800.

Frequent Appointments for Patients with Diabetic Macular Edema

Our ophthalmologist recommends frequent evaluation appointments for clients with diabetic macular edema. It is important to understand some of the results of having pupils dilated during a routine appointment. One thing to keep in mind is that vision will likely stay blurry for several hours after an appointment and patients should arrange a ride home in advance. These appointments can also make individuals light-sensitive for that same timespan, so it is a good idea to bring sunglasses, as well. To schedule appointments for diabetic vision evaluations, call Peters Eye Clinic in Mount Pleasant, PA.

Jerome A. Peters, M.D. Serves Patients with Cataracts and Glaucoma

Jerome A. Peters, M.D. has years of experience helping patients with diabetes who have cataracts and glaucoma. We take any precautions necessary to keep our patients from losing their sight, whether temporarily or permanently. Our staff has experience working with diabetic patients who have or are at risk of retinopathy, macular edema, and more. We strive to make the examinations as comfortable and stress-free as possible. For more information on diabetic eye care, retinopathy, or any other issues with the retina, contact Jerome A. Peters, M.D. Call Peters Eye Clinic today for diabetic eye disease treatment in Mount Pleasant, PA.