Low Vision Doctor in Missouri

Dr. Jill Mogil

St. Louis, MO

522 N New Ballas Rd,
Dr. Jill Mogil > Gateway Low Vision

Our eye clinic serves the eye care needs of low vision patients from all across the great state of Missouri. We offer top-notch optometric services for those experiencing vision loss from eye conditions and diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. Our friendly and professional eye care team can help you make the most of your vision even if you suffer acute visual impairment due to these and other eye conditions. We use advanced low vision aids and devices such as prismatic glasses, specialized electronic devices, and magnifiers. These can help you continue doing important day-to-day tasks on your own, like driving, reading, and recognizing faces of friends and family.

Don’t let anyone tell you that a life of independence is out of your reach. Come visit our Missouri eye care experts today to find out how we can help you live a happy, healthy, and productive life every day.

How can diabetes affect my vision?

Diabetes is a systemic health condition that affects your body’s ability to properly process sugars. Over time, high sugar levels in the blood can cause damage to the small, sensitive blood vessels in your eyes. This damage can cause blood and other fluids to leak into the eyes, resulting in a condition known as diabetic retinopathy. Without treatment, diabetic retinopathy can result in significant vision loss and even blindness. If you’ve experienced vision loss connected with your diabetes, speak with our low vision optometrists in Missouri. We can offer you lifestyle and nutritional advice to reduce the further impact of diabetic retinopathy on your eyes and vision, along with low vision aids and devices that can help you make the most of the vision that you still have.