Brookwood Eyecare

3370 Sugarloaf Pkwy B3

Lawrenceville, GA 30044 US

(770) 736-7774


Keratoconus can cause blurry vision and can make tasks like reading or driving difficult. At Brookwood Eyecare in Lawrenceville, GA, we provide comprehensive eye exams to learn more about your condition and treatment to help you see clearly. Before visiting us, learn more about keratoconus below:


What Is Keratoconus?

Before discussing treatments for keratoconus, it’s important to talk about the condition. Keratoconus occurs when the cornea is shaped like a cone rather than one that resembles a dome. Due to this, you may experience distorted vision, increased light sensitivity, and difficultly seeing at night.

The exact cause of keratoconus is unknown, but experts believe that genetics and certain health conditions can increase the risk. Additionally, rubbing your eyes frequently and age can also cause the condition.

Treatment for Keratoconus

When you visit us, we will perform an eye exam to learn more about your eye health. If we confirm that you have keratoconus, our optometrist will recommend the necessary treatment. We may suggest a corneal transplant or utilizing INTACTS to address your condition. While these treatment options are effective, you may prefer a non-invasive solution. We can discuss eyeglasses and contact lenses during your appointment. Our team can also suggest eyeglass frames or contact lenses that will offer comfort and provide you with a fitting.

You might also consider scleral lenses. These lenses can be fitted for your eye shape, don’t move, and last for a long time with proper care. If this is your first time wearing contact lenses, we will also assist you with the insertion and removal process and provide instructions with how to care for the lenses at home.

Contact us for an Appointment Today

If you are experiencing any symptoms of keratoconus, our team at Brookwood Eyecare in Lawrenceville, GA, is happy to help. After an evaluation, we can recommend glasses or contacts that will ease your symptoms and improve your vision. To learn more about our treatments or to schedule your appointment, contact our office at (770) 736-7774 today. When you’re seeking an optometrist near me, our team looks forward to assisting you!

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