Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management in Mississippi

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Uncover Your Eye Health

We use modern technology and a medically-driven approach to detect potential eye concerns, diagnose eye diseases, and manage symptoms. 

We have experience in diagnosing common and complex eye diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, macular degeneration, dry eyes, and chalazion, and can offer personalized treatments for these concerns. 

We’re committed to helping you preserve your eye health and manage existing or potential eye diseases. Learn more about our approach today by requesting an eye exam at any of our locations.

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Why Eye Exams Are Essential

Many eye diseases can develop without noticeable symptoms, but we can detect them during an eye exam. During a typical eye exam, we can perform several tests to detect potential concerns, including:

Eye exams can help you maintain healthy eyesight and manage complications from these conditions over time.

Common Eye Diseases & Conditions

Eye diseases can have a wide variety of effects on the eye. Some common symptoms include blurred vision, seeing double, and other visual disturbances. Eye diseases may even lead to permanent vision loss if not addressed and managed.

Monitoring your eye health is key in helping identify symptoms that could signal an underlying condition before it causes permanent effects on your vision.


Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that can damage your eye’s optic nerve, leading to permanent vision loss.

There are several types of glaucoma, including:

  • Open-angle glaucoma
  • Angle-closure glaucoma
  • Normal-tension glaucoma

High internal eye pressure is often associated with glaucoma development, but it can also develop even when your eye’s internal pressure is within a normal range.

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a medical condition that causes deterioration of the macula located in the retina’s center.

This can lead to vision problems such as difficulty recognizing faces, objects, and text, and in some cases, blindness. AMD typically affects people over 50, but other risk factors include poor diet, smoking, sun exposure, high blood pressure, obesity, and genetics.

Diabetes can increase the risk of several eye diseases, specifically diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema.

Diabetic retinopathy occurs when high glucose levels affect your retina’s blood vessels, causing them to leak fluid. Over time, it may cause permanent vision loss. Diabetic macular edema occurs when these fluids accumulate under your macula, causing it to swell and leading to vision loss.

Learn more about how diabetes affects your vision on our Diabetic Eye Exams page.

Cataracts are a common eye condition that typically develops with age. As you grow older, your eye’s natural lens can become rigid and more opaque, causing vision problems.

Cataract symptoms can include decreased vision, light sensitivity, double vision, faded colors, and difficulty seeing at night.

Our Tech-Driven Approach

B-Scan Ultrasound

B-Scan ultrasound is a diagnostic imaging tool that uses high-frequency sound waves to capture detailed images of the eye’s interior.

It’s used to assess the eye’s health and diagnose cataracts, retinal detachments, eye diseases, or tumors. The images generated by B-Scan ultrasound can give doctors a better understanding of your eye’s structure and help them determine the appropriate treatment for you.

Tonometry measures your eye’s internal pressure, also known as intraocular pressure or IOP.

It’s used to diagnose and monitor glaucoma. We offer no air-puff tonometry tests using Icare and Goldmann tonometry.

Fundus photography is a special form of imaging that allows doctors to take pictures of the eye’s interior.

This includes the retina, optic disc, and blood vessels, which can then be used to detect diseases like glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and AMD.

Optical Coherence Tomography

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a type of medical imaging that uses light waves to create detailed images of the inside of the eye.

It can help detect diseases like macular degeneration, glaucoma, and retinal detachment.

An electroretinogram (ERG) is a diagnostic test used to measure the retina’s electrical activity in response to light. The test involves placing electrodes on the patient’s eyes and shining a bright light at the eyes while recording the eye’s responses.

It can be used to detect diseases like retinitis pigmentosa, AMD, and diabetic retinopathy.

Corneal topography is a diagnostic technique that uses an imaging device to map the cornea’s surface. This allows for a more accurate diagnosis of various conditions, including astigmatism, keratoconus, and dry eye syndrome.

It’s also an important part of our contact lens fitting process.

Our Featured Treatments

We offer numerous ways to address issues affecting your eye health.

These methods can range from medications and eye drops to in-office laser treatments. Each of our locations offers the same strategies, so feel free to request an appointment at any of our practices to get the help you need.

Some of our featured in-office treatments include YAG laser treatment, lesion removals, and chalazion injections. For information, contact us today.

YAG Laser Treatment

We may offer YAG laser treatment if you’ve had cataract eye surgery in the past, but your eye’s lens often becomes foggy and disrupts your vision.

The surgery allows light to pass through your cataract lens so you can see with clarity again.

Lesion removal can be used for lesions or growths found on the eyelid, which can interfere with vision and eye comfort.
Using the Ellman Surgitron, a radiofrequency technology, we can noninvasively shave lesions until the skin is smooth. Radiofrequency employs controlled heat to target and destroy unwanted cells without harming the surrounding skin.
Please speak to us to learn more about this process and how it might help you.

Chalazion injections can help address a chalazion by injecting a steroid into the affected area to reduce inflammation and swelling.

Depending on the issue, the procedure can take just a few minutes, and most patients experience improvement within a few weeks of treatment.

Monitor Your Eye Health Today

Learn more about your eye health and how to support it when you visit us for an eye exam. Request your appointment today.

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Our Location

Water Valley

  • 302 Railroad Street
  • Water Valley, MS 38965
*Closed 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM for lunch. Request Appointment

Holly Springs

  • 640 J M Ash Drive
  • Holly Springs, MS 38635
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  • 106 E Main Street
  • Senatobia, MS 38668
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