While glaucoma can strike anyone, certain factors can increase an individual's risk. Learn about risk factors as well as strategies for preventing glaucoma.Read More
The most common treatment for glaucoma is prescription eye drops, which lower the pressure inside the eye to reduce the risk of damage to the optic nerve.
Washington Eye Physicians & Surgeons is pleased to welcome Dr. Lisa Tom, a comprehensive and glaucoma ophthalmologist, to our practice.
Washington Eye Physicians and Surgeons is pleased to announce that Dr. Marwa Adi has completed the rigorous surgical training required to earn the designation as a EVO ICL Certified Surgeon
Washington Eye Physicians and Surgeons is pleased to welcome board-certified optometrist Divya Bhandari, OD to our practice in Chevy Chase, MD.
Join Us Thurs, October 27, 2022 to learn about our Lutronic laser and microneedling devices for skin rejuvenation. There will be discounts, prizes, goody bags and champagne!
Dr. Mehta's Love Yourself webinar discusses the latest facial rejuvenation techniques including microneedling, Botox, fillers, chemical peels, skincare, eyelid surgery and brow surgery. Watch to learn more!
Watch a lecture hosted by the Prevention of Blindness Society in which glaucoma expert Dr. Arthur Schwartz discusses the latest glaucoma research.
Watch a lecture which provides an introduction to glaucoma by Howard Weiss, MD, MPH, an ophthalmologist at Washington Eye Physicians and Surgeons.
A pterygium is a fleshy growth on the surface of the eye. While it may look intimidating, the growth itself is actually mostly harmless. Learn more.
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