Laser Eye Surgery in Greensburg, PA at Peters Eye Clinic

State-of-the-Art Glaucoma Treatment with Laser Surgery

You can schedule laser eye surgery in Greensburg, PA, at Peters Eye Clinic. Laser eye surgery is a common yet state-of-the-art method to treat various eye conditions. Dr. Peters uses lasers to treat glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, retinal holes, tears, and more.

To learn more about laser eye surgery in Greensburg, PA, and surrounding areas, contact Peters Eye Clinic. Call (724) 832-7800 today to schedule an appointment. We welcome new patients and accept most insurances.

What Does Laser Eye Surgery Do for Glaucoma Patients?

Laser eye surgery can help to lower pressure in the eye caused by glaucoma. During the treatment, a laser helps to drain fluids and relieves built-up pressure. There are a various types of laser treatments for glaucoma, and the one you receive will depend on the severity of your case.

Every patient is different, and Peters Eye Clinic understands that. We will provide a full exam and help to determine the best course of action to treat your glaucoma. In some cases, laser surgery will have to be repeated, or you may need other treatments, as well. Talk with our knowledgeable staff to learn more about your options.

Laser Eye Surgery to Treat Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy can cause severe problems when left untreated. Many consider a laser eye surgery called scatter laser surgery to treat retinopathy and other problems caused by diabetes. This treatment works to shrink blood vessels in order to clear or treat vision problems. Please note that your vision will be obscured for most of the day, and you will need someone else to drive you from the appointment. Call Peters Eye Clinic in Greensburg, PA, today to learn more about laser eye surgery to treat diabetic-related eye problems.

Laser Surgery to Treat Retinal Holes, Tears, and Macular Issues

Dr. Peters performs laser eye surgery to treat other eye conditions to help improve eye function and relieve symptoms. In addition to glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy, he uses laser surgery to treat retinal holes and tears. Laser eye surgery may also aid patients in the early stages of age-related macular degeneration. Dr. Peters will advise those who are good candidates for laser treatment.

As an experienced ophthalmologist, Dr. Peters has treated countless patients with laser surgery in southwestern Pennsylvania. He stresses the importance of keeping up with eye exams to monitor your vision and eye health. Contact us today to learn more about how we can treat vision problems with laser eye surgery in Greensburg, PA.