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Signs Of Sight Loss

The Signs of Sight Loss

It is known that your vision is one of your most important senses and it is essential to everyday functioning. One of the best ways to keep your eyes in check is to get regular eye exams with a trusted eye doctor. At Child & Family Eyecare in Wichita, we help our patients understand the importance of knowing the signs of sight loss.

Symptoms That Could Indicate Sight Loss

Did you know that untreated eye conditions can compromise your vision and even lead to blindness? Some of these conditions include macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts. A comprehensive eye exam from our eye care professional is the only way to detect these diseases. There are rarely any noticeable symptoms in the early stages of these conditions. However, there are signs that sight loss is occurring. If you have experienced any of the symptoms below, make an appointment with our optometry team.

  • pain or redness in your eyes
  • blurred or distorted vision (double vision)
  • increased light sensitivity
  • halos around lights or experiencing difficulty when driving at night
  • white areas or spots in the pupil

If it is determined that you have one of the eye conditions listed above, we can help you manage it to prevent further vision loss. The most important thing to remember is to take action before risking your eyesight.

Make An Appointment With Child & Family Eyecare Today!

Even if you think your vision is good, your eye health is just as important. It is essential to not take your eyes for granted. If you suspect something is not quite right or you are overdue for an eye exam, call our team at Child & Family Eyecare in Wichita today at (316) 721-8877 to schedule an appointment with our eye doctors.

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