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Serving Your Vision With Modern Strategies

At Eyetopia, our mission is to keep your family’s vision clear, healthy, and comfortable using techniques we’re happy to tailor to your needs.

If you’re wondering how we can help serve your family’s vision, book an appointment with us today. We can’t wait to see you.

Why Your Eye Health Is Important

Though you see with your eyes every day, it’s not that easy to see what may be causing potential eye health problems.

In many cases, eye diseases and conditions can develop without noticeable symptoms in their early stages. If they’re left unchecked and unmanaged, they could lead to permanent vision loss.

But you could help protect your eyes by visiting us for regular eye exams. During an eye exam, we take a detailed look at the interior of your eye to detect various eye problems you may be at risk of developing. We can help manage your symptoms using modern techniques and treatments by detecting these problems as early as possible.

Common Eye Diseases & Conditions

The risk of developing an eye disease or condition is different for everyone. You may develop certain issues with age or have a higher risk of concerns based on your personal and family health history.

Some of the most common eye diseases and conditions we look for include glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, diabetic eye diseases, and cataracts.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that affect the optic nerve. The optic nerve connects your eyes to your brain, carrying the signals your eyes collect for your brain to perceive as vision.

Most versions of glaucoma occur when your internal eye pressure rises to unstable levels and damages your optic nerve, but others can develop even when your internal eye pressure is within normal limits.

The most common versions of glaucoma include open-angle glaucoma, closed-angle glaucoma, and normal-tension glaucoma.

Age-related macular degeneration, also known as AMD, is among the most common causes of vision loss in adults over 55.

AMD damages the macula, the centremost part of your retina responsible for providing crisp, central vision. As AMD affects the macula, you may develop central visual distortions that could impair your ability to see fine details, read, or recognize faces.

There are 2 types of AMD. The most common type, dry AMD, develops when small deposits of fat form underneath your macula, slowly thinning it over time. The other version, wet AMD, develops when abnormal blood vessels form under your macula, which then can break, leak fluid, and lead to sudden vision problems and vision loss.

Diabetes can increase the risk of several eye diseases, the most common being diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema. Additionally, diabetes can also increase the risk of other concerns like open-angle glaucoma and cataracts.

If you have diabetes, it’s important to have regular diabetic eye exams so you can get help detecting potential issues and managing their development. Learn more about how diabetes can affect your eye health today by visiting our Diabetic Eye Exams page.

Cataracts are one of the most common age-related eye conditions, but there are several ways our team can help manage your symptoms and preserve your vision.

Cataracts develop when your eye’s lens becomes more rigid and opaque as you age. Most people develop some degree of cataracts as they grow older, but we can help correct early cataract-related vision errors with the help of prescription glasses or contacts.

In some cases, cataracts can progress to a point where they may cause blindness, but we can recommend cataract surgery to treat the issue and correct your vision.

Experience Eye Care Through a Modern Lens

Eyetopia is proud to be your family’s source of comprehensive eye care. Even if you aren’t worried about potential issues affecting your eye health or vision, regular eye exams can help ensure we’re providing the care you need to keep your vision clear, healthy, and comfortable.

Find out how we can serve your vision and book your appointment today.

Where to Find Us

Find us on the Southeast corner of El Camino Real and the San Tomas Expressway. We’re right next to T-Mobile and the Hanin Federal Credit Union.

Our Address

  • 2366 El Camino Real, Suite #5
  • Santa Clara, CA 95050

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