Nearsightedness (myopia) is caused by a steeper curvature of the cornea which causes distant objects to appear blurry or unfocused.
Conditions We Treat At Kovach Eye Institute
Astigmatism is a condition when the shape of the eye is irregular which causes blurry, distorted vision.
Cataracts is the gradual clouding of the lens of the eye that obstructs light from passing through the retina, resulting in a blurring or dimming of vision. This causes normal activities, such as driving and reading, to become more difficult.
Diabetic retinopathy is a complication of diabetes that is caused by the blood vessels of the eye. When blood vessels in the retina are damaged, they may leak fluid or blood, and grow fragile, brush-like branches and scar tissue. This can blur or distort the images that the retina sends to the brain, and may lead to blindness if left untreated.