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Droopy Eyelid Surgery

Other Eyelid conditions can cause the lower eye lids to curve in or out. Causing irritation, pain and possible infection.  These as well as blepharoplasty are treatable conditions by the surgeons of Regional Eye Associates.   Eyelid surgery is sometimes needed to correct drooping eyelids that are obstructing your vision or loose eyelids that turn […]

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Cornea Clinic

The cornea, one of the protective layers of the eye, serves two functions: First, along with the eyelid, eye socket, and sclera (white part of the eye), and the tear film, the cornea shields the eye from dust, germs, and other harmful matter. Second, as the eye’s outermost lens, it is the entry point for […]

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LASIK

LASIK Eye Surgery in Morgantown, WV. At Regional Eye Associates we strive to provide the highest level of refractive vision treatment to our patients. This is why we continue to invest in the latest technology to continually improve every aspect of the refractive surgery experience.  This state-of-the-art technology includes our own on-site laser used to […]

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Refractive Eye Surgery

Refractive Eye Surgery in Morgantown, WV. At Regional Eye, we strive to provide the highest level of refractive vision treatment to our patients. This is why we continue to invest in the latest technology to continually improve every aspect of the refractive eye surgery experience.  This state of the art technology includes our own on […]

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Eye Lasik Surgery

Eye Lasik Surgery in Morgantown, WV. At Regional Eye, we strive to provide the highest level of refractive vision treatment to our patients. This is why we continue to invest in the latest technology to continually improve every aspect of the refractive surgery experience.  This state-of-the-art technology includes our own on-site laser used to perform LASIK Vision […]

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LASIK Eye Surgery

LASIK Eye Surgery in Morgantown, WV. At Regional Eye, we strive to provide the highest level of refractive vision treatment to our patients. This is why we continue to invest in the latest technology to continually improve every aspect of the refractive surgery experience.  This state of the art technology includes our own on site laser used […]

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Cataract Treatment

Signs and Symptoms of a Cataract In reality, the only way to properly diagnose a surgical cataract is to have an ophthalmologist perform a comprehensive, dilated eye exam. Most age-related cataracts develop gradually. At the same time, just having a cataract does not necessarily mean that surgery is required. Surgery can be performed if the […]

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Cataract Clinic

Signs and Symptoms of a Cataract From our Cataract Clinic in Morgantown In reality, the only way to properly diagnose a surgical cataract is to have an ophthalmologist perform a comprehensive, dilated eye exam. Most age-related cataracts develop gradually. At the same time, just having a cataract does not necessarily mean that surgery is required. […]

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Causes of Cataracts

Signs and Symptoms of a Cataract In reality, the only way to properly diagnose a surgical cataract is to have an ophthalmologist perform a comprehensive, dilated eye exam. Most age-related cataracts develop gradually. At the same time, just having a cataract does not necessarily mean that surgery is required. Surgery can be performed if the […]

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Optometry

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Optical

Visit Our Optical Shops at the Following Office Locations:  Regional Eye Associates220 Southview Drive,Bridgeport, WV 26330304-842-4812 Regional Eye Associates10 Valley View Drive, Suite 201,Petersburg, WV  26847304-257-4555 The Regional Eye Associate’s optical shops are full service optical dispensaries dedicated to providing convenient, quality eyewear products and services. Our opticians are especially trained to help you choose […]

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Comprehensive Eye Care

If you experience any changes in your vision between regularly scheduled visits, you should schedule an appointment as soon as possible. Early detection of problems and treatment of problems can be the key to preventing loss of vision. Regional Eye Associates proudly serves the Morgantown & Petersburg, West Virginia areas as well as Cumberland, MD […]

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Retina

What is the Retina? The retina is a significant part of the eye that helps with vision. When you see, your eyes work to convert light into signals. These are signals that the brain then interprets and turns into the images you see. This takes place in the retina, which is located in the back […]

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Eyelid Surgery

Other Eyelid conditions can cause the lower eye lids to curve in or out. Causing irritation, pain and possible infection.  These as well as blepharoplasty are treatable conditions by the surgeons of Regional Eye Associates.   Eyelid surgery is sometimes needed to correct drooping eyelids that are obstructing your vision or loose eyelids that turn […]

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Glaucoma

Understanding Glaucoma Read below for a better understanding of how glaucoma affects your eyesight. Also, the modern treatments are available to help you save it. Silent Thief of Sight Glaucoma is a dangerous disease of the eye that can slowly and painlessly steal your sight. It is the second leading cause of blindness in the […]

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Cornea

The cornea, one of the protective layers of the eye, serves two functions: First, along with the eyelid, eye socket, and sclera (white part of the eye), and the tear film, the cornea shields the eye from dust, germs, and other harmful matter. Second, as the eye’s outermost lens, it is the entry point for […]

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LASIK and Refractive Eye Surgery

LASIK and Refractive Eye Surgery in Morgantown, WV. At Regional Eye, we strive to provide the highest level of refractive vision treatment to our patients. This is why we continue to invest in the latest technology to continually improve every aspect of the refractive surgery experience.  This state of the art technology includes our own on site […]

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Cataract

Signs and Symptoms of a Cataract In reality, the only way to properly diagnose a surgical cataract is to have an ophthalmologist perform a comprehensive, dilated eye exam. Most age-related cataracts develop gradually. At the same time, just having a cataract does not necessarily mean that surgery is required. Surgery can be performed if the […]

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