New Eyes offers a unique blend of advanced medical and surgical eye care while
focusing on optimizing and personalizing your patient experience. We work closely with primary eye care optometrists and primary medical doctors for the best coordination of your eye care. Our eye surgeons specialize in progressive medical eye conditions, refractive cataract surgery, advanced refractive and corneal procedures, and medical and cosmetic eyelid surgery.
Have you had your annual eye exam? Routine evaluations of your eye health are crucial to identify any problems early, before they have an opportunity to become a threat to your eyesight. You should also have your eyes checked out immediately if you notice anything amiss with your vision. If the optometrist determines that there is a more advanced problem, such as cataracts, that cannot be corrected simply by glasses, our eye doctors at New Eyes offer comprehensive eye exams and thorough testing for a range of common concerns.
Glaucoma is one of the most common visual afflictions that affects people approaching middle-age. However, it rarely displays symptoms in its early stages. The progressive condition can lead to devastating vision loss if left untreated. With that in mind, early diagnosis and treatment for glaucoma can be very effective for preventing serious damage to your vision. At New Eyes, our doctors can help with early detection and treatment of this potentially blinding condition.
Dry Eye Treatments
Particularly here in a dry environment like Southern Nevada, it is very common for people to develop Dry Eye Syndrome. Fortunately, our practice offers a number of treatment options that can relieve the itching, redness, and burning sensations caused by this condition.
Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness among people in the United States. Diabetic retinopathy typically begins without noticeable symptoms in its early stages. It can eventually cause excessively blurry vision, double vision, “floaters,” and even complete vision loss if left untreated. Dr. Helga F. Pizio and her team at New Eyes offer an array of advanced treatments that can diagnose and help reduce the likelihood of diabetic retinopathy causing serious vision impairment.
If you are experiencing an eye/vision emergency, our office provides 24-hour support for established patients of New Eyes.