Floaters & Flashes
Floaters are common, normal, and increase with age. They are generally harmless and usually arise spontaneously.
Pediatric Eye Care
Dr. Zimmerman is ready to provide the finest family eye care through the years. Pediatric eye care includes three of the six major stages of vision development.
A normal tear film is vital to good vision and seeing clearly. Dry eye can be due to a decrease in tear production or increase in tear evaporation or loss.
Comprehensive Eye Care
Early detection of vision problems is often vital to helping preserve your eyesight. A comprehensive exam will not only test your visual acuity, but will test for common eye diseases and evaluate the health of your retina, optic nerve and retinal blood vessels.
Glasses & Contacts
With the right frames, you can enhance your appearance to look more creative, fun, sophisticated, sporty, or even intelligent!
BOTOX®, scientifically referred to as "Botulinum Toxin Type A," injections, is generally used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and smooth fine lines by relaxing the facial muscles that create those lines in our faces.
Glaucoma is a disease in which the pressure in the eye leads to optic nerve damage. The optic nerve is what carries light signals from the eye to the brain.
Gradual changes in vision can often go unnoticed if you do not have regular eye exams. As your eyes age, your vision may be suffering from cataracts, a clouding of your lens inside the eye.
LASIK & Alternatives
From your morning swim to your evening run, life without glasses could very well be within your reach. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.