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Advanced Care for Ocular Diseases Across Connecticut


Your eye health is non-negotiable, and at TotalVision, we take the management of ocular diseases seriously. We understand that ocular diseases can affect anyone, and early detection and comprehensive care are essential for preserving your vision and quality of life.

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TotalVision's Approach to Eye Disease Management

Our commitment to advanced technology, early detection, and personalized treatment plans ensures your eye health is in the best hands. We use the latest imaging and diagnostic tools to provide the most accurate assessments and treatments. Request an appointment with TotalVision, and take the first step in protecting your eye health.

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Stay Ahead of Diabetic Retinopathy


We manage diabetic retinopathy, which occurs when diabetes damages the blood vessels in the retina. Our team's use of imaging tools like fundus photography, fluorescein angiography, and optical coherence tomography (OCT) allows us to diagnose and track the disease's progression. Treatment options may include laser therapy to seal leaking blood vessels or anti-VEGF injections to help reduce swelling in the retina.

Treating the Silent Thief: Glaucoma Management


Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that damage the optic nerve, often leading to increased intraocular pressure (IOP). It's often called the "silent thief of sight" because it progresses without noticeable symptoms until there is significant damage.

TotalVision employs optical coherence tomography (OCT) to monitor optic nerve and peripheral vision. The management of glaucoma includes various treatment options, depending on the severity.

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Helping You Manage Age-Related Macular Degeneration


Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a condition that affects central vision. It occurs when the macula, a small but vital part of the retina, deteriorates. We utilize advanced diagnostic tools like fundus photography and optical coherence tomography (OCT) to monitor the progression of the disease. There are two main types of macular degeneration:

  • Dry AMD: This is the most common type, characterized by the gradual breakdown of the macular tissue. While there is no cure, nutritional supplements may help slow its progression.
  • Wet AMD: In this form, abnormal blood vessels develop beneath the macula, leaking blood and fluid. Treatments may include anti-VEGF injections or photodynamic therapy to slow down or stabilize the condition.

Prescribing Topical Drugs for Glaucoma


Topical drugs are often a preferred treatment method for glaucoma management. Our practitioners carefully prescribe and monitor topical eye drops to effectively control intraocular pressure.

Prescribing Oral Medication

While topical eye drops are a standard method of managing glaucoma, there are instances when oral medications become vital parts of the treatment plan. Our optometrists will carefully evaluate your condition, considering the type and severity of glaucoma, your overall health, and any potential side effects.

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Helping Keratoconus Patients See Clearly


Keratoconus is a progressive condition that distorts the cornea, leading to blurred vision. TotalVision employs advanced diagnostic tools to diagnose and monitor the condition. Treatment options are tailored to your unique requirements and may include specialty contact lenses to help correct vision.

Prescribing Oral Steroids


For specific ocular conditions, such as uveitis or optic neuritis, our team may prescribe oral steroids as part of your personalized treatment plan.

Your Partner in Cataract Surgery


Cataracts are a common vision impairment where the eye's lens becomes clouded, severely reducing vision quality. We are skilled in co-management cataract surgery to help restore clear vision to our patients. Our approach involves a thorough pre-surgical assessment and a referral to trusted surgeons specializing in cataract removal. Our team provides dedicated follow-up care to monitor recovery and ensure optimal outcomes post-surgery. We will manage each step of your pre- and post-operative cataract surgery care and provide you with personalized attention.

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