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Drs. Fine, Hoffman & Sims Opthalmologists in Eugene Oregon


Not sure if you have an eye problem? Need to know if there is a procedure to correct your eye problem? Click on the links below to find out about more about common problems with vision and the eye.

Nearsightedness: Difficulty reading highway signs and seeing other objects at a distance? Nearsightedness
Farsightedness: Unable to see things close up? Headaches or eyestrain? Squint or feel fatigued when performing work at close range? Farsightedness
Astigmatism: Significant blurring at any distance and headaches? Astigmatism
Presbyopia: Difficulty in focusing your eyes for close objects? Need to hold the book at arms length to read it? Presbyopia
Cataracts: Cloudy vision? Need more light than you used to to read? Loss of depth perception? Bothered by glare? Cataracts
Glaucoma: Losing your peripheral or side vision? Increased difficulty with night vision Glaucoma
Macular Degeneration: Have blurred or distorted central vision? Blind spots? Loss of color vision? Macular Degeneration
Dry Eyes: Have stinging, burning, or tired eyes? Dry Eyes is the most under-diagnosed ocular diseases. Dry Eyes
Strabismus: There are many different types of strabismus. Strabismus is most commonly described by the direction of the eye misalignment; common types of strabismus are esotropia, exotropia, hypotropia, and hypertropia. Strabismus
Amblyopia: Amblyopia is decreased vision in one or both eyes due to abnormal development of vision in infancy or childhood. Amblyopia

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Vision and Aging
As you age, your body goes through numerous changes. Your eyes are no exception.

Among eye conditions of particular concern to older adults are farsightedness, "floaters," cataracts and glaucoma, as well as macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and other diseases of the retina.

Many serious conditions of the eye are easily treatable if detected during their early stages. For this reason, persons over 40 should make it a point to have a routine eye examination at least once a year.