Information About Vision Services

The ophthalmologists at Bentz Eye Center specialize in general eye care, cataracts, retina treatments, glaucoma, cornea problems, and eye conditions. From routine eye exams to complex cases, like macular degeneration, we use cutting-edge technologies, innovative treatment options, and years of expertise to ensure you live a comfortable life. Patients come into our center for everything, from eyeglasses and contact lens fittings to preventive treatments for glaucoma. Please schedule an appointment with one of our West Palm Beach, FL ophthalmologists to assess your vision and the structures of your eye.

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Comprehensive eye exams assess your ocular health and vision acuity so we can treat early signs of eye disorders and measure your prescription.

If you need eyeglasses to improve your vision our eye care group can review your prescription and provide frames and lenses at our optical shop.

Contact lenses are worn directly on the surface of the eye to help address several types of refractive errors and improve a patient's vision.

Refractive errors, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, can impact how light reaches the retina, causing blurry or poor vision.

Specializing in diabetic eye care, patients can receive diabetic eye exams and eye treatments for conditions caused by type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

Traditional cataract surgery manually removes your clouded lens with specialized eye care instruments and replaces it with new artificial lenses.

Laser cataract surgery uses digital mapping of the eye, which allows us to make a precise incision and delicately remove your natural, clouded lens.

Premium intraocular lenses (IOLs) are artificial lenses that we place into the eye after removing your natural, clouded lens during cataract surgery.

After cataract surgery, the capsule that holds the lens can become cloudy, which may require innovative YAG laser capsulotomy to improve vision.

As a progressive eye condition, macular degeneration affects the macula, which damages the central vision and may create partial or total vision loss.

Diabetic retinopathy occurs because of uncontrolled blood sugar levels, which if left untreated, may damage the retina and create vision problems.

Using eye drops, medications, or ointments, cornea treatments provide relief from concerns, like corneal abrasion, corneal infection, and keratitis.

The cornea helps bend light, and if damaged, may require a transplant to partially or totally remove the tissue and replace it with a healthy cornea.

We place AmbioDisk and PROKERA amniotic membrane grafts on top of your cornea to improve your ocular health, treat disease, and encourage new growth.

A pterygium or surfer’s eye is a benign triangular growth that appears on the sclera, which can impact your cornea and eyesight and needs removal.

Caused by pressure on the optic nerve, all types of glaucoma require diagnosis, management, and treatment to avoid partial or total vision loss.

Specializing in minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS), new laser therapies, and medications, we can manage glaucoma symptoms before it advances.

If you have narrow-angle or acute-angle glaucoma, a YAG peripheral iridotomy (PI) treatment uses laser-assisted technology to reduce eye pressure.

Blurry vision makes objects look out of focus and may occur because of a refractive error, disease, or neurological issue that requires treatment.

Caused by allergens, eye allergies can create symptoms, like red, watery, itchy, or puffy eyes, which may need drops or different contact lenses.

Dry eye syndrome occurs because of unbalanced tear components, which causes discomfort and blurry vision, and requires eye drops or punctal occlusion.

Strabismus surgery loosens or tightens the eye muscles to improve the alignment of the eyes, enhance eyesight, and achieve a natural appearance.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.