Astigmatism Specialist
Treating astigmatism requires a visit to your ophthalmologist. Dr. Shelly Bagai Lapsi, MD at Omni Eye Care diagnoses and treats astigmatism with a variety of vision correction methods. Learn more about astigmatism to see what you can expect when you are treated for this eye condition.

Astigmatism Q&A

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What is Astigmatism and the Most Common Symptoms?

Astigmatism occurs when the lens, front of the eye, or inside of the eye is curved. This curving of the cornea turns the area of the eye in a different direction than that of the other eye. As a result you have blurry vision. Individuals with nearsightedness or farsighted vision will typically have some degree of astigmatism. In fact, most people have some amount of astigmatism.

How Does Dr. Lapsi of Omni Eye Care Treat Astigmatism?

Here at Omni Eye Care, Dr. Lapsi offers a number of treatment options for astigmatism. For most people eyeglasses can be used to compensate for an astigmatism. Contact lenses are another option for vision correction with astigmatism. If you want to treat your astigmatism more rapidly consider the option of ortho-k, also known as overnight vision correction. Using contacts specially suited for this treatment, you can improve your astigmatism while you sleep.

What Should I Expect With a Visit to My Ophthalmologist for Astigmatism?

When you go to an ophthalmologist for astigmatism treatment, you will begin with a complete eye exam. After ophthalmic eye exam and refraction test, your ophthalmologist will determine the best route of treatment. Next your eye physician will provide you with comprehensive treatment options depending on your health and vision. By going to Dr. Lapsi for your astigmatism needs,you can benefit from having a centralized eye care provider to handle everything from diagnosis to treatment.

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