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Information About Eye Health Services

At The Eye Center of Central PA, our highly trained team of board-certified ophthalmologists and skilled optometrists treat patients of all ages throughout Central Pennsylvania. With many years of combined experience, our eye doctors diagnose, treat, and manage a range of conditions and disorders, including glaucoma, cataracts, and retinal diseases. Our clinic locations offer on-site optical centers where individuals can receive prescription sunglasses, eyeglasses, and contact lenses. We also perform refractive procedures to enhance visual acuity (such as LASIK and PRK) at our Muncy location.

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Comprehensive eye examinations give our team the opportunity to fully assess your overall eye health and look for any underlying issues or diseases.

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a commonly occurring eye condition that causes objects to appear blurry and unfocused from far away.

Also called farsightedness, hyperopia is a refractive error that causes patients of any age to have blurry vision when trying to see objects up close.

Age-related vision loss develops when the eye of the lens becomes stiff and can't adjust its shape effectively to view objects at varying distances.

Amblyopia, or lazy eye, is usually defined as poor vision in one eye that causes that eye to wander or causes the eyes to not work together properly.

There are a number of infections that can have different effects on your eyes and overall eye health, and each has its own unique treatment options.

Eye allergies can be caused by a range of airborne allergens, including dust, pet hair, pollen, and other seasonal or environmental factors.

Dry eye syndrome is a chronic condition that develops when there is a shortage of tears being produced. Thankfully, there are many treatments.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models. Possible risks of LASIK include but are not limited to: dry-eye syndrome, which can be severe; possible need for glasses or contact lenses after surgery; visual symptoms including glare, halos, star-bursts, and double vision, which can be debilitating; and loss of vision. The results of cataract surgery cannot be guaranteed. Additional treatments and/or surgery may be necessary.