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At North Carolina Specialty Hospital, seeing is believing. As a leader in North Carolina ophthalmics, we’ve built a reputation for innovative treatment using cutting-edge technology to treat various eye issues in a caring environment. Our surgeons and physicians are experts dedicated to the best patient-centered care.
Find out more about why our North Carolina ophthalmology center is the best choice when you need eye surgery.
If you are concerned about your eye health or vision, you want the best eye care professional for expert evaluation, advice, and treatment. North Carolina Specialty Hospital is physician-owned and operated by leaders in their fields.
For ophthalmology surgery, you can trust our specialists who focus solely on their area of expertise. As a specialty hospital, we are able to streamline costs and ensure our surgeons have access to the latest technologies.
As owners and stakeholders in the hospital, our eye surgeons have the freedom to make the best choices for their patients. They collaborate with other specialists to devise comprehensive, individualized, and patient-centered treatment plans.
Among revolutionary eye surgeries, we offer LenSx® Laser Bladeless Cataract Surgery, where a laser makes an incision in the eye and breaks up the cataract in less than a minute. The laser is more accurate than a scalpel and provides a sharper, more precise visual outcome.
Another procedure we offer is Dropless™ Cataract Surgery, along with highly definitive lenses, which result in an improved visual outcome for our patients. With “dropless” cataract surgery, patients are relieved of the burden and the cost of using post-cataract surgery drops, making a recovery that’s faster and easier on the budget.
Our team of highly qualified vision specialists also focuses on treating retinal conditions and diseases. Common eye problems we treat include but are not limited to:
Cataracts: cloudy areas in the lens of the eye
Flashes & Floaters: small specks or flashes of light that appear in your field of vision, usually caused by shadows reflected off tiny clumps of cells in your eye and cast on your retina
Diabetic Retinopathy: a condition in people who have diabetes that affects the blood vessels in the eye and causes vision loss
Retinal Detachment: when part or all of the retina detaches itself from the back of your eye
Glaucoma: a condition where vision loss or blindness occurs because of damage to the optic nerve
Ptosis: a condition caused by sagging or sleepy-looking eyelids, potentially blocking vision
Ectropion: a condition in which your eyelid turns outward, leaving the inner eyelid surface exposed and prone to irritation
Entropion: a condition caused when your eyelid turns inward so that your eyelashes and skin rub against the eye surface, causing irritation and discomfort
Nearsightedness (Myopia): difficulty seeing faraway objects
Farsightedness (Hyperopia): difficulty seeing nearby objects
Astigmatism: a condition making nearby and faraway objects blurry or distorted
Presbyopia: a condition making it hard for middle- to older-aged people to see objects close-up
Strabismus: a condition also known as hypertropia or crossed eyes, it’s when one eye focuses inward or outward while the other eye focuses correctly outward
This is just a partial list of vision treatments. We handle a variety of vision conditions, from the most common to the most obscure. So if you’re experiencing problems with your eyes, take advantage of our leading-edge care right here in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill triangle.
See our team at North Carolina Specialty Hospital about your ophthalmology needs, including eye surgery, treatments, corrective eyewear, and more.
Whether you need ophthalmology surgery, non-surgical treatment for retinal diseases and conditions, corrective eyewear, or another issue, our team of certified specialists is among the top-ranked for North Carolina eye care. You can trust us to help you achieve the best vision possible.
The best hospital for eye surgery is right in your backyard. Why go anywhere else? If you have more questions or are ready to get started, make an appointment today to consult with one of our expert ophthalmologists. We look forward to helping you see better soon.
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