You may encounter vision problems at any time of life, from birth through advanced age. Whether you're nearsighted or need care for cataracts, expert centers with ophthalmologists and optometrists across the Sutter Health network offer the latest in vision care. We provide precision diagnostics, advanced treatments and a strong commitment to research to improve and maintain your sight.
Eye specialists treat the entire family, providing therapies and procedures to correct many common and rare problems, including:
- Poor Vision
- Macular Degeneration
- Diabetic Retinopathy
Vision issues occur more commonly after age 40, so we strive to help you preserve your eyesight through regular checkups and management of risk factors, such as diabetes and thyroid problems. If your sight becomes impaired, we can help you maximize your vision and maintain independence.
Our first goal is to care for you in the best way possible using preventative and medical treatments. Should you need surgery, an ophthalmologist within the Sutter Health network can offer leading-edge, sight-saving surgery technologies and treatments, including:
- Cataract Surgery — An outpatient procedure to remove a crystalline lens and replace it with an artificial, intraocular lens.