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Vision Conditions

Wise Vision Care supports patients with the following conditions.  Book an appointment today to learn more.


As we age, our eyes undergo many changes. One of the most common changes that people experience is presbyopia. This condition occurs when the lens of the eye becomes less flexible, making it harder to focus on objects up close.

Symptoms of presbyopia include difficulty reading small print, eye strain, and headaches. Fortunately, there are many treatments available to help manage this condition.

At Wise Vision Care, we offer Vuity, a revolutionary new treatment for presbyopia. Vuity uses cutting-edge technology to improve the flexibility of the lens, allowing you to see clearly up close without the need for reading glasses.

Click here to learn more about Vuity and how it can help you manage your presbyopia.


Ptosis is a medical term that refers to drooping of the upper eyelid. This condition can be caused by a variety of factors, including age, injury, and certain medical conditions. Depending on the severity of the condition, ptosis can affect your vision and even cause eye strain and headaches.

At Wise Vision Care, we offer Upneeq, a prescription eyedrop that can help to lift the upper eyelids without the need for surgery. Upneeq works by activating the muscles that lift the eyelids, giving you a more refreshed and youthful appearance.

Click here to learn more about Upneeq and how it can help you manage your ptosis.