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Services at Medical Vision Institute
MVI: A Central Kentucky Leader in Vision Care

At Medical Vision Institute, we are committed to providing you the best possible care for your eyes so that you maintain healthy vision for a lifetime. No matter what Service you require we will carefully examine your entire eye and visual system to ensure that you will have the best possible outcome.

Eye Exams

The Medical Vision Institute offers thorough and non-intrusive comprehensive eye exams in the Lexington, Kentucky area. Our eye exams cover a wide range of services such as dilated eye exams, laser vision correction and cataract surgery.

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Diabetic Retinopathy

Those with type 1 or type 2 diabetes are susceptible to developing Diabetic Retinopathy. Many patients with this particular eye complication trust the MVI staff in assisting them in their eye care. Yearly and bi-yearly eye exams with dilation are highly encouraged for those with diabetes — even if your vision seems fine. The Medical Vision Institute has vast experiences in evaluating and treating Lexington area patients who suffer from Diabetic Retinopathy.

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Dry Eye Disease

Dry Eyes Disease occurs for one of two reasons; either decreased tear production (aqueous tear deficiency) or increased tear film evaporation (evaporative dry eye). Dry Eye is a common condition that occurs when the eyes are not sufficiently moisturized. The staff at Medical Vision Institute have helped numerous patients overcome dry eye disease. Many of these patients have reached out thanking our Doctor and staff for their results.

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Retinal Conditions & Macular Degeneration

The retina is absolutely vital to your vision. Our Medical Vision Institute Doctor has extensive experience in identifying retina injuries and has performed several thousands of ocular surgeries in Lexington alone.

Macular Degeneration is a disorder of the central retina that usually affects aging eyes. Less invasive treatments for new cases of “wet” or advanced macular degeneration are now available and used at the Medical Vision Institute.

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Glaucoma is a serious eye disorder in which pressure inside the eye causes damage to the optic nerve at the back of the eye. Eye pressure needs to be checked regularly, ideally every three months. MVI will treat glaucoma cases in a variety of ways depending on the case. Our treatment options include eye drops, pills, laser therapy and surgery.

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Eye Allergies

The Medical Vision Institute can help if you are struggling with allergy symptoms and discomfort of the eye, especially for the first time. Eye Allergies stem from a wide array of causes, including medication or even the wrong eye drops. Visiting MVI can help you avoid this unfortunate discovery and find a solution to your eye irritation.

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