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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 in West Palm Beach to treat early signs of eye disorders and measure your prescription.

If you need eyeglasses to improve your vision, our eye care group in West Palm Beach will review your prescription and provide frames and lenses.

Refractive errors like near and farsightedness impact how light reaches the retina, causing blurry and poor vision for West Palm Beach patients.

Patients in West Palm Beach can receive diabetic eye care, eye exams, and eye treatments for conditions caused by type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

Traditional cataract surgery in West Palm Beach manually removes clouded lenses with specialized instruments, replacing them with new artificial lense

Laser cataract surgery in West Palm Beach uses digital eye mapping, which allows a precise incision and delicate removal of a natural, clouded lens.

Premium intraocular lenses (IOLs) are artificial lenses placed after the clouded eye lens is removed during cataract surgery in West Palm Beach.

After cataract surgery, the capsule holding the lens can get cloudy, requiring YAG laser capsulotomy to improve vision for West Palm Beach patients.

Macular degeneration affects the macula, damaging the central vision and creating partial or total vision loss for West Palm Beach patients.

Diabetic retinopathy occurs because of uncontrolled blood sugar levels that may damage the retina and create vision problems in West Palm Beach patien

Cornea treatments in West Palm Beach, like eye drops, medications, and ointments, provide relief for corneal infections, abrasions, and keratitis.

The cornea helps bend light and, if damaged, may require a partial or total healthy cornea transplant to remove the tissue in West Palm Beach.

Amniotic AmbioDisk and PROKERA membrane grafts placed on the cornea improve eye health, treat disease, and encourage new growth in West Palm Beach.

A pterygium or surfer’s eye is a benign growth appearing on the sclera that needs to be removed before it worsens eyesight for West Palm Beach patient

Glaucoma is pressure on the optic nerve that requires diagnosis, management, and treatment in West Palm Beach to avoid partial or total vision loss.

With minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS), laser therapies, and medications in West Palm Beach, symptoms are managed before they advance.

YAG peripheral iridotomy (PI) treatment in West Palm Beach treats narrow and acute-angle glaucoma using laser technology to reduce eye pressure.

A refractive error, disease, or neurological issue can cause blurry vision and focus issues that require treatment in West Palm Beach.

Eye allergies can create symptoms like red, watery, itchy, or puffy eyes, requiring drops or different contact lenses for West Palm Beach patients.

Dry eye happens when unbalanced tear components cause discomfort and blurry vision, requiring eye drops or punctal occlusion in West Palm Beach.

Strabismus surgery in West Palm Beach loosens or tightens the eye muscles to improve eye alignment, enhance eyesight, and give a natural appearance.

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