Eye diseases can be frustrating and painful. Cullom & Farah Eye & Laser Center is here to help you get back to feeling your best.
Diabetic Eye Care
Diabetes is a common disease in the United States, particularly among seniors, and is the cause of a variety of health complications. Regular eye exams are extremely important in diabetes because diabetic eye disease and the vision loss it causes are completely preventable. Learn more about diabetic eye care.
If your eyes often feel gritty, or you continually think something is stuck in your eye when there’s really nothing there, then you may have a condition called Dry Eye. Dry eye syndrome is the eye’s inability to lubricate and tear correctly. Learn about the treatment options that Cullom & Farah provide for patients suffering from dry eye.
Flashers & Floaters
Experiencing flashers or floaters in your line of vision is common as we age. You may rarely notice them, or they may seem more prominent when you look at a blank wall. Though they are common, it’s important to have your eyes checked when you notice flashers or floaters to ensure that your retina has not been damaged. Learn more.
Glaucoma is an asymptomatic disease that can cause a slow and progressive loss of vision if untreated. Diagnosing glaucoma requires an extensive eye examination. If you have been diagnosed with glaucoma, we have excellent therapies that can help slow the disease progression. Learn more.
If you’ve been diagnosed with macular degeneration, there are medications available to help slow down your vision loss and allow you to maintain an active lifestyle. Since macular degeneration may go unnoticed in its early stages, it is important to have regular eye exams to detect any changes in your vision. Learn more.
General Eye Care
Just need a comprehensive eye exam or a new pair of glasses or contacts? We offer comprehensive primary eye care to all patients.
“What a terrific experience. From the front desk to the treatment room everyone was professional but awesome! !!! For weeks my eyes had been in extreme pain. In less time than it takes just to check in at most ophthalmology offices Dr. Farah had me calm under pain management and a follow-up scheduled. kudos to the Williamsburg Team of Hampton Roads eye Associates at 120 Kings Way”- Patricia McSherry
Get in Touch
Take the first step in regaining your vision and your lifestyle. Request a consultation by calling 757-771-1543.