• Allergic Conjunctivitis

      Allergic Conjunctivitis

      Allergic conjunctivitis is characterized by bilateral red eye with associated itching, eyelid swelling, and eye discharge. It occurs when the patient is exposed to an allergen..

    • Amblyopia


      Amblyopia is decreased vision in one or both eyes due to abnormal development of vision in infancy or childhood. In amblyopia, the eye may not appear to have an obvious problem.

    • Anisoastigmatism


      Anisoastigmatism is defined as having a different amount of astigmatism between the two eyes. If the anisoastigmatism is large between the two eyes, amblyopia (lazy eye) can occur.

    • Anisohyperopia


      Anisohyperopia is defined as having a different amount of hyperopia (far-sightedness) between the two eyes. If the anisohyperopia is large between the two eyes, amblyopia can occur.

    • Astigmatism


      Astigmatism is a refractive error that occurs when the curvature of the cornea or lens is abnormal. In an ideal world, the eye ought to have the shape of a soccer ball (a sphere).

    • Cataract


      We all have lenses in our eye that we are naturally born with and help us focus. A cataract is any cloudiness or opacity of the natural lens of the eye that can interfere with vision.

    • Chalazion


      A chalazion occurs when one of the oil glands that line the edge of the eyelid becomes blocked with oil and forms a bump in the eyelid.  It is unknown why some patients get chalazia and others do not.

    • Convergence Insufficiency

      Convergence Insufficiency

      Convergence insufficiency is the inability to maintain binocular function when working at a near distance. Usually one of the eyes will turn outward when focusing on object at near.

    • Duane Syndrome

      Duane Syndrome

      Duane syndrome is type of congenital and non-progressive strabismus that is due to an abnormal innervation of the horizontal muscles of the eye. Most cases occur spontaneously & affect one eye.

    • Epiblepharon


      Epiblepharon is defined by the upward projection of lashes of the lower eyelid toward the cornea. This finding tends to occur most commonly in Asian or Hispanic children.

    • Esotropia


      Esotropia is a type of eye misalignment characterized by the inward turning of one or both eyes. This deviation can be constant or intermittent.

    • Exotropia


      Exotropia is a type of strabismus (eye misalignment) in which one or both of the eyes turn outward. Exotropia may be constant or be present intermittently.

    • Glasses


      In order to see clearly, light that enters the eye needs to be focused to a specific point on the retina. Naturally, our tear film, cornea and lens help focus the light on the retina.

    • Hyperopia


      Hyperopia is the medical term for far-sightedness. A vision condition in which nearby objects are blurry. Children with hyperopia are able to see well in the distance and at near.

    • Hypertropia


      Hypertropia is a type of strabismus (eye misalignment) in which one eye is deviated upward while the other is aligned straight. Alternatively, hypotropia is a type of strabismus.

    • Myopia


      Myopia is the medical term for near-sightedness. Patients with myopia see better at near than in the distance without glasses. Having a large amount of myopia can be a cause of amblyopia.

    • Oculoplastics


      Oculoplastics, or oculoplastics surgery, includes a wide range of surgical procedures that deal with the eyelids, orbit (eye socket), tear ducts, and the face.

    • Pink Eye

      Pink Eye

      Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, is when the superficial layer of the eye (the conjunctiva) is inflamed. This can be due to a viral or bacterial infection or from an allergy.

    • Pseudostrabismus


      Pseudostrabismus refers to the false appearance of eye misalignment, typically inwards. This appearance typically occurs in babies with a wider than normal nasal bridge.

    • Strabismus


      There are many kinds of strabismus. Strabismus is typically described by the direction of the eye misalignment. The most common types are esotropia, exotropia and hypertropia.

    • Strabismus Surgery

      Strabismus Surgery

      Eye muscle surgery is also known as strabismus surgery. This type of surgery can be performed to treat any type of ocular misalignment such as esotropia, exotropia, or hypertropia.

    • Tear Duct Obstruction

      Tear Duct Obstruction

      When there is tear duct obstruction, tears can accumulate on the surface of the eye and overflow onto the eyelashes, eyelids, and down the cheek. The eyelids can become irritated.

    • Viral Conjunctivitis

      Viral Conjunctivitis

      Viral conjunctivitis is the most common type of pink eye. It is characterized by injected conjunctiva, eye discharge, and foreign body sensation.

Pediatric Ophthalmology

-Double Vision
-Duane Syndrome
-Cranial Nerve Palsies
-Thyroid Eye Disease
-Tear Duct Obstruction
Pink Eye
-Viral Conjunctivitis
-Allergic Conjunctivitis
-Duane Syndrome
-Convergence Insufficiency
-Torticollis/Abnormal Head Position
Eye Trauma

Adult Strabismus

Adult Comprehensive

Diabetic Eye Disease
Macular Degeneration
Eye Trauma
Dry Eye