Yearly comprehensive eye exams diagnose refractive errors and serve as an early detection tool for ocular diseases in adults and children.
Nearsightedness, or myopia, is a common eye condition that occurs in children, teens, or adults due to genetic factors.
Farsightedness, or hyperopia, is a vision impairment that affects the ability to see items up close, making it hard to read, write, or text.
As you age, vision fades due to weakening muscles and support tissue within the eye. This is called presbyopia and is treated with multifocal lenses.
Optometrists in Seattle, WA accurately diagnose and treat eye infections, from the common and mildly irritating to the rare and dangerous.
Eye allergies cause unpleasant symptoms, such as itching, irritation, redness, and swelling, but simple treatments are available to provide relief.
Dry Eye Syndrome
When your eyes aren't producing enough lubrication, you may have dry eye syndrome. This condition can lead to discomfort and the risk of infection.
Learn more about the symptoms of astigmatism and how our team at SPEX can provide long-lasting, effective solutions.
Glaucoma is an eye condition caused by increased pressure in the eye, resulting in optic nerve damage. It usually occurs in people aged 60 or older.
Cataracts are the clouding of the eye lens. This condition is a common and prevalent cause of vision loss in people over 40. SPEX can help!
Macular degeneration occurs in the center part of the retina (the macular) and can cause vision loss if not detected and treated properly.
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