Specialty Eye Care
Patients come to Wake Forest Baptist Health Eye Center for
specialty eye care in
these areas of Ophthalmology:
Cataracts: For patients with even the most complex cataract conditions
— including those who have had unsuccessful cataract surgery before.
Ophthalmology: The first stop for patients who need a routine exam or have
an undiagnosed vision problem. No
and External Diseases: Care for dry eye, Fuch's dystrophy, herpes
keratitis, keratoconus, pterygium, and other corneal and external diseases.
Available specialty eye care treatments include corneal transplants and
Glaucoma: Medicinal, laser and surgical treatments for patients
with any type or stage of glaucoma.
Surgery: Includes LASIK and other laser vision correction surgeries.
Neuro-ophthalmology: Diagnoses optic nerve disease, unexplained vision loss,
double vision and other visual problems associated with nervous system
Immunology: Treats patients with various types of cancers affecting the
eye and eye socket (orbit).
Plastic Surgery: Restores eye function and appearance with reconstructive and
Including Adult Strabismus: Manages all specialty eye care in children from birth to age
18, plus eye muscle disorders in adults.
Diseases: Provides leading-edge treatment for diabetic retinopathy,
macular degeneration, uveitis and other retinal diseases.
Tumors: Care for patients with benign and
malignant tumors that arise in the eye or elsewhere in the body. It is critical that a tumor specialist
decides the prognosis and approach of therapy for these conditions.
Uveitis: Treats patients with this condition, which is a leading
cause of blindness in the U.S. and the world.
Find out what
specialty eye care treatment is right for you. Request an appointment online or call 888-716-WAKE.