Ophthalmologist Woodstock GA

Woodhams Eye Clinic - Ophthalmologist near Woodstock, GA

The experienced Ophthalmologists at Woodhams Eye Clinic offer personalized vision correction surgery procedures to the residents of Woodstock GA that are safe, comfortable and effective. The doctors at Woodhams use the most advanced technology available, including the latest diagnostic tools, to thoroughly assess vision problems and determine the proper treatment options for a wide array of eye issues.

What is an Ophthalmologist?

Choosing an eye doctor near Woodstock GA is quite a major healthcare decision, and you need to understand what kind of eye doctors are available. An Ophthalmologist is a medical doctor or osteopathic doctor whose specialty is in the field of eye care and vision care. The ophthalmologists at Woodhams Eye Clinic are trained to perform eye exams, diagnose and treat eye disease and also perform surgery and prescribe the needed medications. In addition, they also write prescriptions for both eyeglasses and contact lenses. It is important to remember that only an ophthalmologist can provide the full range of treatment options for eye conditions up to and including surgery for all forms of eye disease.

Ophthalmologist Services:

All of our ophthalmologists perform vision correction procedures which are done in our private, on-site surgical center which is certified by the AAAHC. This allows Woodhams Eye Clinic to provide a greater degree of safety, professionalism and comfort; reduce the amount of time needed for vision correction surgery at an outside facility; and save money by eliminating costly hospital fees. Some of the most common eye treatments we perform are:

  • nearsightedness (myopia)
  • farsightedness (hyperopia)
  • presbyopia
  • astigmatism
  • cataracts

Woodhams Eye Clinic Review from a Patient

5 Star Review

 5 Star Review
“You never fail to impress me on the friendly professionalism that your staff maintains. I also love the new "camera" that takes a quick picture of your retina WITHOUT having to dilate your eyes first. What a great advancement!” - John C.