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The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

The Region’s Only Ophthalmologist / Medical Doctor-led Practice With Such a Broad Scope of Services.

High Quality Eye Care in Fredericksburg, VA

Also serving Spotsylvania, Stafford & King George

Improving Lives Through Better Vision

Access Eye brings you a level of quality eye care and eyewear choices that is unsurpassed in the Fredericksburg region. We are the region’s only ophthalmologist/medical doctor-led practice with such a broad scope of services. Our professional staff includes: two Ophthalmologists, one retina specialist, seven optometrists and one hearing instrument specialist.

With five locations, including a dedicated LASER Vision Surgery Center, you’re sure to find a convenient Access Eye office. We also accommodate evening appointments. Each location features an optical shop with the region’s largest selection of budget and luxury eyewear brands within a private practice.

Access Eye accepts most forms of eye care insurance. We also offer a variety of payment options for most services.

From comprehensive exams to quality products—there’s a visible difference in the way we treat our patients, ensuring the best eye care possible.

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Access Eye King George Location

Ophthalmology in King George, VA

Access Eye – King George Office
7961 Kings Highway
King George, VA 22485

Access Eye is King George, VA’s most trusted eye care provider. Our dedicated team of eye doctors provide personalized care to every patient. Patients can expect to find a knowledgeable, friendly staff at Access Eye. Our eye care professionals correct vision imperfections, treat ocular diseases and diagnose potential problems with comprehensive eye tests.

Our King George office is located on Kings Highway. It is led by Dr. Joseph Dzibela, OD, who graduated with honors from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. He treats patients of all ages and especially enjoys fitting patients with contact lenses.

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Comprehensive Eye Exam in King George, VAAlthough many people believe eye exams are solely for people who need glasses, everyone who hopes to maintain healthy eyes for their entire lives should undergo regular examinations. Access Eye’s optometrists examine all parts of the eyes, including the lens, optic nerve, pupil and retina. The examination will check your visual acuity at near, far and in-between distances, both with and without glasses. It will also test your eye’s depth perception, response to light and muscle movement. These tests help your optometrist to spot potential problems like glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.

Eyewear

Eyewear in King George, VAThe optical staff at Access Eye works in conjunction with our optometrists to provide patients with eyeglasses that provide them with the best sight possible. We provide a wide variety of frames that are both fashionable and affordable so that patients can choose options that reflect their personal style without spending a fortune. Designer frames are also available for those who want top-of-the-line glasses. Look for our selection of sunglasses (available with and without prescriptions) and children’s frames, as well.

Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma Treatment in King George, VAGlaucoma is a group of conditions that affect the optic nerve. If fluid cannot drain properly from the eye, the resulting buildup puts pressure on the optic nerve and harms its ability to communicate information to the brain. The main type of glaucoma is open-angle glaucoma, which can come on so slowly that patients have trouble recognizing it until they lose a lot of their sight. Angle-closure glaucoma is less common, but it works quickly to steal vision and should be treated as a medical emergency.

The doctors at Access Eye have multiple treatments for glaucoma: eye drops, laser procedures and surgeries such as trabeculectomy and viscocanalostomy. They will select the appropriate treatment depending on the type of glaucoma the patient has and the severity of the case. When left alone, glaucoma can lead to permanent blindness, so prompt treatment is important.

Retina Disease

Retina Disease in King George, VAThe retina is the thin layer of tissue at the back of the eyeball. It receives and sorts through visual information that enters the eye, sending that information to the brain via the optic nerve. Diseases that affect the retina can significantly impair vision, in some cases causing blindness.

The optometrists are equipped to identify and treat retina problems like macular degeneration, floaters and diabetic retinopathy. Addressing these conditions limits their symptoms and can ultimately preserve patients’ eyesight.

Dry Eye

Dry Eye in King George, VAChronic dry eye is a condition marked by stinging, itchy eyes. This problem is brought on by the eye’s inability to form healthy, natural tears to keep the eye sufficiently lubricated. The optometrists at Access Eye can test the volume and quality of patients’ tears to determine the root cause of the irritation. They may suggest artificial tears, prescription medication and/or nutritional modifications to decrease inflammation of the eyes.

The optometrists at Access Eye are committed to providing excellent care and maintaining the vision of their patients — young and old. If you are interested in updating a vision prescription, undergoing a comprehensive eye exam or treating an eye condition, the team at Access is well-equipped with the latest technology to offer unrivaled care. To make an appointment in King George or any of our four neighboring locations, please email access@accesseye.com or call (540) 371-2020.

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Ophthalmology in King George, VA Hours

Mondays – 8:00am to 5:30pm
Optical opens at 8:30am
Tuesdays – 10:00am to 7:00pm
Optical opens at 10:30am
Wednesdays – 8:00am to 5:30
Optical opens at 8:30am
Thursdays – 10:00am to 7:00pm
Optical opens at 10:30am
Fridays – 8:00am to 5:30pm
Optical opens at 8:30am

Closed for lunch from 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Access Eye Falmouth Location

Ophthalmology in Falmouth, VA

Access Eye – Falmouth Office
110 Cambridge Street
Fredericksburg, VA 22405

Access Eye is Falmouth, VA’s most trusted eye care provider. Our dedicated team of eye doctors provide personalized care to every patient. Patients can expect to find a knowledgeable, friendly staff at Access Eye. Our eye care professionals correct vision imperfections, treat ocular diseases and diagnose potential problems with comprehensive eye tests.

Our Falmouth office is located in Fredericksburg. We have four amazing doctors on staff:

  • Arash Mansouri, MD, is an ophthalmologist who specializes in no-stitch cataract surgery. He also performs laser vision correction, glaucoma surgery and blepharoplasty.
  • Matthew Tadrus, MD, is an ophthalmologist who specializes in laser vision correction surgery and advanced cataract surgery.
  • Meghan Thompson, OD, scored highest in the nation on her National Board of Optometry exams. She completed a residency in Ocular Disease at the Baltimore VA Medical Center.
  • Dr. Cameron Rowe, OD, switched his educational focus from chemical engineering to optometry when he realized he preferred to help people. He values educating his patients about their eye health.

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Comprehensive Eye Exam in Falmouth, VAAlthough many people believe eye exams are solely for people who need glasses, everyone who hopes to maintain healthy eyes for their entire lives should undergo regular examinations. Access Eye’s optometrists examine all parts of the eyes, including the lens, optic nerve, pupil and retina. The examination will check your visual acuity at near, far and in-between distances, both with and without glasses. It will also test your eye’s depth perception, response to light and muscle movement. These tests help your optometrist to spot potential problems like glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.

Eyewear

Eyewear in Falmouth, VAThe optical staff at Access Eye works in conjunction with our optometrists to provide patients with eyeglasses that provide them with the best sight possible. We provide a wide variety of frames that are both fashionable and affordable so that patients can choose options that reflect their personal style without spending a fortune. Designer frames are also available for those who want top-of-the-line glasses. Look for our selection of sunglasses (available with and without prescriptions) and children’s frames, as well.

Cataract Surgery

Cataract Surgery in Falmouth, VACataracts refer to a cloudiness that forms on the eye’s lens. Nearly 50% of Americans develop cataracts by the age of 75. Most will see their cataracts get progressively worse, continuously degrading their quality of vision.

Fortunately, cataracts are easily treated with cataract surgery, the most performed surgery in the United States. Our ophthalmologists perform this quick procedure on an outpatient basis in our surgery center. First, the cataracts are broken apart with a tiny instrument and removed from the eye through a small incision. The eye’s lens is then replaced with an intraocular lens (IOL), which is implanted in its place. Cataracts cannot reform on this artificial lens. Patients may choose from several lens options, some of which can correct refractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.

Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma Treatment in Falmouth, VAGlaucoma is a group of conditions that affect the optic nerve. If fluid cannot drain properly from the eye, the resulting buildup puts pressure on the optic nerve and harms its ability to communicate information to the brain. The main type of glaucoma is open-angle glaucoma, which can come on so slowly that patients have trouble recognizing it until they lose a lot of their sight. Angle-closure glaucoma is less common, but it works quickly to steal vision and should be treated as a medical emergency.

The doctors at Access Eye have multiple treatments for glaucoma: eye drops, laser procedures and surgeries such as trabeculectomy and viscocanalostomy. They will select the appropriate treatment depending on the type of glaucoma the patient has and the severity of the case. When left alone, glaucoma can lead to permanent blindness, so prompt treatment is important.

Retina Disease

Retina Disease in Falmouth, VAThe retina is the thin layer of tissue at the back of the eyeball. It receives and sorts through visual information that enters the eye, sending that information to the brain via the optic nerve. Diseases that affect the retina can significantly impair vision, in some cases causing blindness.

The optometrists are equipped to identify and treat retina problems like macular degeneration, floaters and diabetic retinopathy. Addressing these conditions limits their symptoms and can ultimately preserve patients’ eyesight.

Dry Eye

Dry Eye in Falmouth, VAChronic dry eye is a condition marked by stinging, itchy eyes. This problem is brought on by the eye’s inability to form healthy, natural tears to keep the eye sufficiently lubricated. The optometrists at Access Eye can test the volume and quality of patients’ tears to determine the root cause of the irritation. They may suggest artificial tears, prescription medication and/or nutritional modifications to decrease inflammation of the eyes.

Blepharoplasty

Eyelid Surgery in Falmouth, VAAlthough many patients seek blepharoplasty for cosmetic purposes, Access Eye provides upper eyelid surgery to those whose sight can benefit from the surgery. As people age, their brow skin and fat begins to sag, weighing down on the upper eyelid. In some patients, that extra weight prevents the eye from opening fully, limiting the range of vision. This surgery involves carefully removing the excess skin and fat, allowing the upper eyelid to return to its normal position while also rejuvenating the face.

The optometrists at Access Eye are committed to providing excellent care and maintaining the vision of their patients — young and old. If you are interested in updating a vision prescription, undergoing a comprehensive eye exam or treating an eye condition, the team at Access is well-equipped with the latest technology to offer unrivaled care. To make an appointment in Falmouth, VA or any of our four neighboring locations, please email access@accesseye.com or call (540) 371-2020.

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Ophthalmology in Falmouth, VA Hours

Monday – 7:45am to 5:30pm
Tuesday – 7:45am to 7:00pm
Wednesday – 7:45am to 5:30pm
Thursday – 7:45am to 7:00pm
Friday – 7:45am to 5:30pm

Access Eye Route 3 Location

Ophthalmology in Fredericksburg, VA

Access Eye – Route 3 Office
4516 Plank Road
Fredericksburg, VA 22407

Access Eye is Fredericksburg, VA’s most trusted eye care provider. Our dedicated team of eye doctors provide personalized care to every patient. Patients can expect to find a knowledgeable, friendly staff at Access Eye. Our eye care professionals correct vision imperfections, treat ocular diseases and diagnose potential problems with comprehensive eye tests.

Our Plank Road office is located in Fredericksburg and offers a spectrum of optometry and ophthalmology services, including refractive surgery. Five outstanding doctors are on staff to treat our patients:

  • Arash Mansouri, MD, is an ophthalmologist who specializes in no-stitch cataract surgery. He also performs laser vision correction, glaucoma surgery and blepharoplasty.
  • Matthew Tadrus, MD, is an ophthalmologist who specializes in laser vision correction surgery and advanced cataract surgery.
  • Kendra Halepaska, OD, received her Doctorate of Optometry degree from Nova Southeastern University. She provides comprehensive eye exams and treats ocular disease.
  • Mitchell Surkamp, OD, studied at the Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry. He enjoys helping his patients to attain the best quality of vision possible.
  • Dr. Lucia Yang, OD, studied at the New England College of Optometry. Her subsequent residency was focused on ocular diseases and primary care.

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Comprehensive Eye Exam in Fredericksburg, VAAlthough many people believe eye exams are solely for people who need glasses, everyone who hopes to maintain healthy eyes for their entire lives should undergo regular examinations. Access Eye’s optometrists examine all parts of the eyes, including the lens, optic nerve, pupil and retina. The examination will check your visual acuity at near, far and in-between distances, both with and without glasses. It will also test your eye’s depth perception, response to light and muscle movement. These tests help your optometrist to spot potential problems like glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.

Eyewear

Eyewear in Fredericksburg, VAThe optical staff at Access Eye works in conjunction with our optometrists to provide patients with eyeglasses that provide them with the best sight possible. We provide a wide variety of frames that are both fashionable and affordable so that patients can choose options that reflect their personal style without spending a fortune. Designer frames are also available for those who want top-of-the-line glasses. Look for our selection of sunglasses (available with and without prescriptions) and children’s frames, as well.

Cataract Surgery

Cataract Surgery in Fredericksburg, VACataracts refer to a cloudiness that forms on the eye’s lens. Nearly 50% of Americans develop cataracts by the age of 75. Most will see their cataracts get progressively worse, continuously degrading their quality of vision.

Fortunately, cataracts are easily treated with cataract surgery, the most performed surgery in the United States. Our ophthalmologists perform this quick procedure on an outpatient basis in our surgery center. First, the cataracts are broken apart with a tiny instrument and removed from the eye through a small incision. The eye’s lens is then replaced with an intraocular lens (IOL), which is implanted in its place. Cataracts cannot reform on this artificial lens. Patients may choose from several lens options, some of which can correct refractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism.

Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma Treatment in Fredericksburg, VAGlaucoma is a group of conditions that affect the optic nerve. If fluid cannot drain properly from the eye, the resulting buildup puts pressure on the optic nerve and harms its ability to communicate information to the brain. The main type of glaucoma is open-angle glaucoma, which can come on so slowly that patients have trouble recognizing it until they lose a lot of their sight. Angle-closure glaucoma is less common, but it works quickly to steal vision and should be treated as a medical emergency.

The doctors at Access Eye have multiple treatments for glaucoma: eye drops, laser procedures and surgeries such as trabeculectomy and viscocanalostomy. They will select the appropriate treatment depending on the type of glaucoma the patient has and the severity of the case. When left alone, glaucoma can lead to permanent blindness, so prompt treatment is important.

Retina Disease

Retina Disease in Fredericksburg, VAThe retina is the thin layer of tissue at the back of the eyeball. It receives and sorts through visual information that enters the eye, sending that information to the brain via the optic nerve. Diseases that affect the retina can significantly impair vision, in some cases causing blindness.

The optometrists are equipped to identify and treat retina problems like macular degeneration, floaters and diabetic retinopathy. Addressing these conditions limits their symptoms and can ultimately preserve patients’ eyesight.

Dry Eye

Dry Eye in Fredericksburg, VAChronic dry eye is a condition marked by stinging, itchy eyes. This problem is brought on by the eye’s inability to form healthy, natural tears to keep the eye sufficiently lubricated. The optometrists at Access Eye can test the volume and quality of patients’ tears to determine the root cause of the irritation. They may suggest artificial tears, prescription medication and/or nutritional modifications to decrease inflammation of the eyes.

LASIK & PRK

LASIK & PRK in Fredericksburg, VARefractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism typically need to be corrected with eyewear like glasses or contacts. Patients who wish to see without the need for eyewear may opt for refractive surgery like LASIK. During LASIK, the ophthalmologist creates a small flap in the cornea. Beneath that flap, the ophthalmologist carefully reshapes the imperfect part of the cornea with LASIK.

PRK is a surgery that is similar to LASIK in many ways, the biggest difference being that the ophthalmologist does not create a flap to perform the surgery. The team at Access Eye can explain the other differences between the procedures to patients interested in refractive surgery.

The optometrists at Access Eye are committed to providing excellent care and maintaining the vision of their patients — young and old. If you are interested in updating a vision prescription, undergoing a comprehensive eye exam or treating an eye condition, the team at Access is well-equipped with the latest technology to offer unrivaled care. To make an appointment in Fredericksburg, VA or any of our four neighboring locations, please email access@accesseye.com or call (540) 371-2020.

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Ophthalmology in Fredericksburg, VA Hours

Monday – 7:45am to 5:30pm
Tuesday – 7:45am to 7:00pm
Wednesday – 7:45am to 5:30pm
Thursday – 7:45am to 7:00pm
Friday – 7:45am to 5:30pm

Access Eye Parkway Location

Ophthalmology in Spotsylvania, VA

Access Eye – Parkway Office
4701 Spotsylvania Parkway, Suite 110
Fredericksburg, VA 22408

Access Eye is Spotsylvania, VA’s most trusted eye care provider. Our dedicated team of eye doctors provide personalized care to every patient. Patients can expect to find a knowledgeable, friendly staff at Access Eye. Our eye care professionals correct vision imperfections, treat ocular diseases and diagnose potential problems with comprehensive eye tests.

Our Parkway office is located in Fredericksburg, where a team of four outstanding doctors offer optometric services:

  • Meghan Thompson, OD, scored highest in the nation on her National Board of Optometry exams. She completed a residency in Ocular Disease at the Baltimore VA Medical Center.
  • Cameron Rowe, OD, switched from chemical engineering to optometry at school when he realized he preferred to help people. He values educating his patients about their eye health.
  • Lucia Yang, OD, studied at the New England College of Optometry. Her subsequent residency was focused on ocular diseases and primary care.
  • Dr. Mitchell Surkamp, OD, studied at the Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry. He enjoys helping his patients to attain the best quality of vision possible.

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Comprehensive Eye Exam in Spotsylvania, VAAlthough many people believe eye exams are solely for people who need glasses, everyone who hopes to maintain healthy eyes for their entire lives should undergo regular examinations. Access Eye’s optometrists examine all parts of the eyes, including the lens, optic nerve, pupil and retina. The examination will check your visual acuity at near, far and in-between distances, both with and without glasses. It will also test your eye’s depth perception, response to light and muscle movement. These tests help your optometrist to spot potential problems like glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.

Eyewear

Eyewear in Spotsylvania, VAThe optical staff at Access Eye works in conjunction with our optometrists to provide patients with eyeglasses that provide them with the best sight possible. We provide a wide variety of frames that are both fashionable and affordable so that patients can choose options that reflect their personal style without spending a fortune. Designer frames are also available for those who want top-of-the-line glasses. Look for our selection of sunglasses (available with and without prescriptions) and children’s frames, as well.

Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma Treatment in Spotsylvania, VAGlaucoma is a group of conditions that affect the optic nerve. If fluid cannot drain properly from the eye, the resulting buildup puts pressure on the optic nerve and harms its ability to communicate information to the brain. The main type of glaucoma is open-angle glaucoma, which can come on so slowly that patients have trouble recognizing it until they lose a lot of their sight. Angle-closure glaucoma is less common, but it works quickly to steal vision and should be treated as a medical emergency.

The doctors at Access Eye have multiple treatments for glaucoma: eye drops, laser procedures and surgeries such as trabeculectomy and viscocanalostomy. They will select the appropriate treatment depending on the type of glaucoma the patient has and the severity of the case. When left alone, glaucoma can lead to permanent blindness, so prompt treatment is important.

Retina Disease

Retina Disease in Spotsylvania, VAThe retina is the thin layer of tissue at the back of the eyeball. It receives and sorts through visual information that enters the eye, sending that information to the brain via the optic nerve. Diseases that affect the retina can significantly impair vision, in some cases causing blindness.

The optometrists are equipped to identify and treat retina problems like macular degeneration, floaters and diabetic retinopathy. Addressing these conditions limits their symptoms and can ultimately preserve patients’ eyesight.

Dry Eye

Dry Eye in Spotsylvania, VAChronic dry eye is a condition marked by stinging, itchy eyes. This problem is brought on by the eye’s inability to form healthy, natural tears to keep the eye sufficiently lubricated. The optometrists at Access Eye can test the volume and quality of patients’ tears to determine the root cause of the irritation. They may suggest artificial tears, prescription medication and/or nutritional modifications to decrease inflammation of the eyes.

The optometrists at Access Eye are committed to providing excellent care and maintaining the vision of their patients — young and old. If you are interested in updating a vision prescription, undergoing a comprehensive eye exam or treating an eye condition, the team at Access is well-equipped with the latest technology to offer unrivaled care. To make an appointment in Spotsylvania, VA or any of our four neighboring locations, please email access@accesseye.com or call (540) 371-2020.

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Ophthalmology in Spotsylvania, VA Hours

Mondays – 8:00am to 5:30pm
Optical opens at 8:30am
Thursdays – 10:00am to 7:00pm
Optical opens at 10:30am
Fridays – 8:00am to 5:30pm
Optical opens at 8:30am

Closed for lunch from 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Mondays – 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Tuesday – 8:00am to 6:00pm
Wednesday – 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Thursday – 8:00am to 5:30pm
Friday – 8:00am to 5:00pm
Saturdays Vary – 8:00am to 12:00pm (Please call to verify)
*Closed for lunch Tuesday-Friday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.
Access Eye Laser Center Location

Dedicated Laser Center

4516 Plank Rd
Fredericksburg, VA 22407

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Dedicated Laser Center Hours

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Access Eye Stafford Location

Ophthalmology in Stafford, VA

Access Eye – Aquia Office
2761 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 205
Stafford, VA 22554

Access Eye is Stafford, VA’s most trusted eye care provider. Our dedicated team of eye doctors provide personalized care to every patient. Patients can expect to find a knowledgeable, friendly staff at Access Eye. Our eye care professionals correct vision imperfections, treat ocular diseases and diagnose potential problems with comprehensive eye tests.

Our Aquia office is located in the Aquia Park Shopping Center in Stafford, VA. It is led by Dr. B. Adrian Biscombe, OD, a graduate from the State University of New York State College of Optometry. He felt a calling to the profession after watching his grandmother lose her sight to glaucoma.

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Comprehensive Eye Exam in Stafford, VAAlthough many people believe eye exams are solely for people who need glasses, everyone who hopes to maintain healthy eyes for their entire lives should undergo regular examinations. Access Eye’s optometrists examine all parts of the eyes, including the lens, optic nerve, pupil and retina. The examination will check your visual acuity at near, far and in-between distances, both with and without glasses. It will also test your eye’s depth perception, response to light and muscle movement. These tests help your optometrist to spot potential problems like glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.

Eyewear

Eyewear in Stafford, VAThe optical staff at Access Eye works in conjunction with our optometrists to provide patients with eyeglasses that provide them with the best sight possible. We provide a wide variety of frames that are both fashionable and affordable so that patients can choose options that reflect their personal style without spending a fortune. Designer frames are also available for those who want top-of-the-line glasses. Look for our selection of sunglasses (available with and without prescriptions) and children’s frames, as well.

Glaucoma Treatment

Glaucoma Treatment in Stafford, VAGlaucoma is a group of conditions that affect the optic nerve. If fluid cannot drain properly from the eye, the resulting buildup puts pressure on the optic nerve and harms its ability to communicate information to the brain. The main type of glaucoma is open-angle glaucoma, which can come on so slowly that patients have trouble recognizing it until they lose a lot of their sight. Angle-closure glaucoma is less common, but it works quickly to steal vision and should be treated as a medical emergency.

The doctors at Access Eye have multiple treatments for glaucoma: eye drops, laser procedures and surgeries such as trabeculectomy and viscocanalostomy. They will select the appropriate treatment depending on the type of glaucoma the patient has and the severity of the case. When left alone, glaucoma can lead to permanent blindness, so prompt treatment is important.

Retina Disease

Retina Disease in Stafford, VAThe retina is the thin layer of tissue at the back of the eyeball. It receives and sorts through visual information that enters the eye, sending that information to the brain via the optic nerve. Diseases that affect the retina can significantly impair vision, in some cases causing blindness.

The optometrists are equipped to identify and treat retina problems like macular degeneration, floaters and diabetic retinopathy. Addressing these conditions limits their symptoms and can ultimately preserve patients’ eyesight.

Dry Eye

Dry Eye in Stafford, VAChronic dry eye is a condition marked by stinging, itchy eyes. This problem is brought on by the eye’s inability to form healthy, natural tears to keep the eye sufficiently lubricated. The optometrists at Access Eye can test the volume and quality of patients’ tears to determine the root cause of the irritation. They may suggest artificial tears, prescription medication and/or nutritional modifications to decrease inflammation of the eyes.

The optometrists at Access Eye are committed to providing excellent care and maintaining the vision of their patients — young and old. If you are interested in updating a vision prescription, undergoing a comprehensive eye exam or treating an eye condition, the team at Access is well-equipped with the latest technology to offer unrivaled care. To make an appointment in Stafford, VA or any of our four neighboring locations, please email access@accesseye.com or call (540) 371-2020.

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Ophthalmology in Stafford, VA Hours

Mondays – 8:00am to 5:30pm
Optical opens at 8:30am
Tuesdays – 10:00am to 7:00pm
Optical opens at 10:30am
Wednesdays – 8:00am to 5:30pm
Optical opens at 8:30am
Thursdays – 10:00pm to 7:00pm
Optical opens at 10:30am
Fridays – 8:00am to 5:30pm
Optical opens at 8:30am

Closed for lunch 1:00pm -2:00pm