Low Vision Doctor in Colorado

Our low vision specialists in Colorado believe strongly in our mission to provide top-quality low vision care to all our patients. We understand that low vision can make even previously simple parts of life challenging in new and frustrating ways. That’s why we strive to help our patients achieve the best possible vision and quality of life every day.

Our low vision services are designed to help individuals with visual impairments linked to conditions such as macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma, and other eye diseases and conditions. Our eye care team uses cutting-edge diagnostic tools and advanced eye care techniques to develop a personalized treatment regimen for each patient. We offer a range of low vision aids and devices, including telescopes, magnifiers, prisms, and specialized software, to help our patients improve their vision and maintain their independence.

Interested in learning more? Here’s what our Colorado low vision experts have to say about the symptoms of macular degeneration. 

What are common signs and symptoms of macular degeneration?

In the early stages of macular degeneration, many patients don’t experience any symptoms at all. However, as the disease progresses, some patients report noticing that their vision is blurry or distorted, or that they have difficulty with normal day-to-day tasks such as recognizing faces or reading. A dark or empty space in the center of their vision, changes in their perception of colors, and trouble adapting to different levels of light are also commonly reported symptoms. If you find yourself experiencing any or all of these symptoms, you should see an eye doctor immediately to find out if you have macular degeneration or another eye condition. Early detection and treatment are essential for slowing the progression of the disease and preserving your long-term vision and eye health.