Gulf Coast Eye Institute is committed to total eye health. Whether you need a procedure to save your sight or you just can’t take another day of wearing glasses or contacts, we have the technology and expertise to help you. We are committed to offering breakthrough technology and fantastic patient care to as much of the community as possible.
Looking to upgrade life? The little hassles that glasses and contacts put on your day add up and amount to wasted time and energy. At Gulf Coast Eye Institute our expert LASIK surgeons help many life-loving patients attain outstanding visual results, allowing for a dramatically improved quality of life.
All-Laser LASIK is quick, effective and a money-saver, sparing you a lifetime of purchases on glasses or contacts. Schedule a free consultation today and you’ll be one step closer to vision without limits.
Afraid of LASIK? Fear is the number one thing that holds many back from this life-changing procedure. Click below to learn more about why LASIK is safe and right for you.
Cataracts are a condition causing clouding of the eye’s natural lens that prevents the lens from focusing light on the retina correctly. This condition is the most common cause of vision loss in people 50 and older. Gulf Coast Eye Institute is ready to provide you with some of the most advanced cataract treatments available.
With treatment from Gulf Coast Eye Institute you don’t have to settle for standard cataract replacement lenses. We offer a number of Active Life Lens options. These are specifically designed to offer you great vision, often without the need for any glasses.
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Comprehensive Eye Care
Dilated eye exams are the heart of effective eye care. Some common eye conditions, such as glaucoma, don’t show signs until after damage to the internal structures of the eye has already been done. Gulf Coast Eye Institute suggests that patients have comprehensive eye exams, including eye dilation, regularly each year for early detection and prevention of ocular diseases. Click below to read more about eye health for all ages. When was your last dilated eye exam?
The retina is the backside of the eye that senses the light that enters through the cornea. It is a complex and delicate structure that requires a specialist to effectively treat diseases affecting it. Pharmacuetical dilation of the pupils is typically required for proper and thorough examination. Some of the most common conditions associated with the retina are diabetic eye disease, macular degeneration, retinal detachment, and vitreous degeneration. Click below to learn more about retina issues and why Gulf Coast Eye Institute is the premier place for your treatment.
Glaucoma is a disease resulting in permanent vision loss. It is generally associated with damaging pressure levels in the eye that cause damage to the optic nerve. Glaucoma generally presents no observable signs or symptoms until vision loss has occurred. The risk of glaucoma is one of many reasons why regular comprehensive eye exams are critical for maintaining good eye health. Click below to learn more about Glaucoma and treatment.