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Services

  • Cataract Surgery
  • LASIK Vision Correction
  • General Eyecare Services
  • Optical Boutique
  • Cosmetic Eyelid & Facial Aesthetic Services

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  • Age Related Macular DegenerationAge Related Macular Degeneration or AMD is common deterioration of the eye’s macula over time due to the body’s natural aging process. AMD can cause blurry vision, dark spots in your field of view and distortion. In severe cases it can even cause permanent loss of central vision. Read more
  • AllergiesEye allergies can cause the eye to itch, water and even swell. Patients can often find relief through allergy medicine, eye drops and simply avoiding the cause of allergy. If allergies persist, Beach Eye Medical Group specialists recommend immunotherapy.Read more
  • Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)Amblyopia, commonly known as “lazy eye”, is a developmental issue in childhood that causes poor vision in the eye. Amblyopia is often inherited and can be easily treated. If left untreated, the patient can develop a permanent visual defect.Read more
  • AstigmatismAstigmatism is one of the most common eye conditions in the United States, with over 3 million cases diagnosed each year. Astigmatism can cause blurry vision at close and far distances. At Beach Medical Group, we often treat patients with astigmatism.Read more
  • Bell’s PalsyNerve damage or trauma can cause temporary facial weakness also known as Bell’s Palsy. In most cases Bell’s Palsy improves on its own without treatment. However, eye care doctors at Beach Eye Medical Group recommend patients visit their eye doctor to receive a professional diagnosis.Read more
  • BlepharitisBlepharitis is a non-contagious eyelid inflammation often characterized by the crustiness along the eyelashes or dandruff like flakes around the eyes. Blepharitis is a chronic condition that can be managed with good hygiene and cleanliness. Read more
  • Blocked Tear DuctBlocked tear ducts are frequently seen in infants, but can occur at any age. While most cases of blocked tear duct resolve on its own, some may need medical attention. Blocked tear duct can be a symptom of a more serious problem such as eye infection or in extreme cases, a tumor.Read more
  • Cataract SolutionCataracts are a clouding in the eye that can cause difficulty seeing. Beach Eye Medical Group specialized in cataract surgery. Our surgeons offer both traditional cataract surgery as well as laser cataract surgery using our premium intraocular lenses.Read more
  • Chalazion and StyeChalazion and styles are mild eye conditions that do not require serious medical attention. These lumps appear along the eye and can cause pain, tenderness and sensitivity to light. Chalazion and styes respond well to treatment and usually is resolved in just one visit. Read more
  • Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)Conjunctivitis, commonly known as “pink eye”, is an eye infection of the outer eyeball and upper eyelid. Generally, pink eye can resolve on its own or with eye drops. It is important to practice proper hygiene while having pink eye as some forms of pink eye are contagious.Read more
  • Corneal ConditionsCorneal conditions include cornea swelling, abrasions, diseases, and ulcers. Our Beach Eye Medical Group eye doctors discuss different corneal conditions that effect the vision and functions of the eye as well as way to treat these conditions.Read more
  • Cosmetic CenterThe Beach Eye Medical Group cosmetic center offers cosmetic eye surgeries performed by our oculoplastic surgeon, Dr. Ira A. Vidor, MD. Our most popular cosmetic procedures include blepharoplasty, droopy eyelid surgery, Botox and Latisee.Read more
  • Detached and Torn RetinaA detached or torn retina occurs as we age. It can cause sudden floaters and flashes in your field of view, making it difficult to see. At Beach Eye Medical Group, we offer treatment options such as laser surgery, pneumatic retinopexy, vitrecomy and more.Read more
  • Diabetes ExamDiabetes can cause damage in blood vessels in the eye, medically known as diabetic retinopathy. If left untreated, diabetic retinopathy can cause permanent vision loss. It is important to have regular eye check-ups to maintain the health and function of your eyes. Read more
  • Dry EyeDry eyes are a common eye condition for many Americans, but for those who suffer from chronic dry eye eye-drops may not be enough. Beach Eye Medical Group offers dry eye treatments such as prescription eye-drops and amniotic membrane graft. Read more
  • Droopy EyelidsDroopy eyelids, medically referred to as ptosis, are caused by the natural drooping of the upper eyelid as we age. In severe cases, ptosis can disrupt vision and warrant surgery. Though ptosis is frequently found in older patients, children can also suffer from droopy eyelids – referred to as congential ptosis.Read more
  • Floaters and FlashesFloaters and flashes are disturbances that occur in your vision. Floaters are small specks or dots in your field of view. Flashes are lightning-like streaks that appear in your vision. Floaters and flashes do not warrant serious medical attention, but we recommended visiting your eye doctor for a proper diagnosis. Read more
  • Glaucoma CareGlaucoma is an eye condition where high pressure in the eye causes progressive optic nerve damage and if left untreated, blindness. It is best to treat glaucoma as soon as possible. If you have a family history of glaucoma or are in need of an eye exam, ask our surgeons about glaucoma testing. Read more
  • HyphemaHyphema is the pooling of blood in the anterior chamber of the eye often due to trauma to the eye. Most cases of hyphema are mild and resolve on its own, but for severe cases patients should follow specific steps to minimize bleeding.Read more
  • KeratoconusKeratoconus is distortion of the cornea. Normally a round shape, when the cornea produces a cone shape, it impairs vision. In its early states, keratoconus can be treated with eyeglasses or contact lenses. In more mature stages, surgery may be required.Read more
  • Laser VisionLaser eye surgery or LASIK surgery is an laser assisted procedure used to correct common refractive disorder such as myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. LASIK surgery is fast, efficient and most importantly safe. There have been no reported cases of blindness after LASIK surgery in the US.Read more
  • LatisseLatisse is a unique eyelash growth serum applied to thicken and lengthen the lashes. Latisse is applied with a brush to the base of the upper eyelashes. Though Latisse is safe, it is not for everyone. Consult with a Beach Eye Medical Group doctor to see if Latisse is right for you.Read more
  • MigraineMigraines can causes difficulty with vision known as ocular migraines. Ocular migraines are visual disturbances that cause temporary blindness. In order to treat ocular migraines, doctors must address the cause of the migraine. Visit your eye doctor to identify the source of your migraine.Read more
  • Ocular HypertensionOcular hypertension is high pressure in the eye that does not affect the vision or damage the eye. Though ocular hypertension is not deemed serious, it is cause for close watch as this maybe an onset for glaucoma. Read more
  • Optical BoutiqueOur optical boutique in Beach Eye Medical Group offers the latest designer eyeglasses and contact lenses to our patients. Choose from designer frames from Dior, Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Vera Wang and more. Visit Beach Eye Medical Group for corrective eyewear.Read more
  • PresbyopiaPresbyopia is the inability to focus up close. This age-related condition makes it difficult to read or perform tasks up close such as threading a string through a needle. Treatments for presbyopia include corrective eyewear, refractive surgery, intraocular lenses and more.Read more
  • Pterygium and PingueculaPterygia and pinggueculum are benign tissue growths on the surface of the eye. These growths do not require treatment unless they become inflamed or too large as to effect vision. Common treatments for pterygia and pinggueculum include eye drops and in severe cases, surgery.Read more
  • Refractive ErrorsRefractive errors are common vision conditions in the United States including myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism (distorted vision) and presbyopia (aging eyes). These refractive conditions can be treated with corrective eyewear or surgery.Read more
  • StrabismusStrabismus is a visual condition where eye muscles do not work properly causing crossed-eyes or squint. About 4% of Americans suffer from strabismus. Strabismus frequently occurs in early years and requires attention as soon as possible. Read more
  • Subconjunctival HemorrhageSubconjunctival hemorrhage occurs when blood polls in the conjunctiva causing a red blemish on the white of the eye. Treatment for subconjunctival hemorrhage is not necessary as it resolves on its own. It is rare to have subconjunctival hemorrhage complications. Read more