Routine Eye Care and Eye Exams
Receiving routine eye care is important for your health. Some ocular impairments do not exhibit any early symptoms, so a regular check with your optometrist will keep your eyes happy and healthy. Early detection through dilation is an important step in treating any changes to the eye that you might not notice on your own. We also welcome children to our practice and suggest that they begin seeing an optometrist regularly once they turn six years of age. Need new glasses or contacts? Our Local LA Eye office has you covered! Our Optical Center offers an extensive selection of designer frames, lenses, and accessories to give you the look you desire.
Laser vision correction is a safe, quick, and effective way to treat nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Blade-free LASIK is the most effective technique for reshaping corneas and will allow patients to see clearly shortly after the procedure. Many patients are able to see better than 20/20 after receiving LASIK treatment from our team. Not sure if LASIK is for you? Schedule a free LASIK consultation where one of our experienced Ophthalmologists will consult on whether you are a qualified candidate for LASIK.
When the optic nerve in an eye becomes damaged (usually due to intraocular pressure), that patient can eventually become blind if no treatment is sought. Often presenting with no symptoms in early stages, glaucoma can be difficult to treat without early detection. There are different types of glaucoma. Contact our office if you’re noticing loss in peripheral vision or rainbows around lights.
The retina is a thin layer of tissue in the back of your eye that processes light and color. Did you know that it is considered an extension of the brain? Since the retina sends signals to the brain so that we can understand what we’re seeing, it’s crucial to our eyesight. If fully damaged, a retina cannot be repaired without surgery, but it can be treated if caught early. Symptoms of retinal detachment or other issues include an onset of flashes and floaters in your vision. Retina treatment is especially recommended for patients that suffer from Diabetes, as Diabetic Retinopathy is one of the most common eye diseases among diabetics. If you think you may have damage to your retina or are experiencing issues with your vision, schedule an appointment with our Monroe eye doctor’s office today.
Nearly 2.5 million Americans over the age of 40 will be diagnosed with cataracts at some point in their life. We recognize cataracts by their cloudy appearance, but did you know that they can cause blindness if left untreated? Laser cataract surgery uses special imaging techniques to allow for precise and accurate cataract removal. Our team is highly experienced in removing cataracts and restoring vision to patients. Louisiana Eye & Laser Center is proud to be the first practice in Central and Northern Louisiana to offer PanOptix Lens Replacement Surgery to patients suffering from Cataracts. The modern procedure allows our patients to see better than ever, often with exceptional uninterrupted vision. Contact our Monroe office for more details about treatment options if you live in the area.
Dry Eye occurs when the glands in your eye fail to produce enough of the aqueous component of tears to keep the surface of your eye healthy and protected. Our team will measure your tear film quality and aqueous levels to diagnose Dry Eye. We treat each patient on a case-by-case basis to ensure the best therapy is offered in every situation. If you think you may have Dry Eye, let our expert eye care team help you get the care you need today.
Choose Louisiana Eye & Laser Center
If you’ve been wishing for clearer vision, the team at Louisiana Eye & Laser Center is here to help you see with precision and clarity sooner than you might think possible! From regular yearly visits to surgical procedures and everything in between, our Monroe office uses the latest tools and techniques to provide patients with quality care.
We are currently accepting new patients for routine eye care and accept many different vision plans. If you have questions about coverage or are interested in scheduling an appointment at our Monroe location, contact us online or call us at 318-388-2020 today.