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Vision Changes: Signs It's Time to See an Ophthalmologist"

Recognizing the Signs of Vision Changes 

Have you noticed shifts in your vision? It could be a signal that it’s time to consult with an ophthalmologist. At Peachtree Ophthalmology, we understand the importance of proactive eye care. If you experience any of the following signs, it’s crucial to schedule an appointment with Dr. Washington: 

Blurred Vision: Persistent blurriness, whether up close or at a distance, may indicate refractive errors or other underlying issues. 

Difficulty Seeing at Night: Struggling with nighttime vision or an increase in glare can be indicative of various eye conditions that an ophthalmologist can diagnose. 

Eye Pain or Discomfort: If you experience pain, discomfort, or persistent redness in your eyes, it’s essential to have a comprehensive eye examination. 

Frequent Headaches: Vision-related headaches could be a result of uncorrected refractive errors or other eye conditions that an ophthalmologist can address. 

Squinting or Eye Strain: Frequent squinting or eye strain may suggest that your eyes are working harder to focus, potentially indicating the need for corrective measures. 

Floaters or Flashing Lights: The sudden appearance of floaters or flashing lights could be signs of retinal issues, necessitating prompt attention. 

Loss of Peripheral Vision: Gradual loss of peripheral vision may indicate conditions such as glaucoma, emphasizing the importance of early detection. 

Don’t ignore changes in your vision; they could be early warning signs of underlying eye conditions. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Washington at Peachtree Ophthalmology for a thorough examination and personalized care. 

How To Contact Us

Our eye clinic is ideally located close to the intersection of Holcomb Bridge Rd and Spalding Dr. Serving Norcross GA, Duluth, Sandy Springs, Roswell & Johns Creek.


4045 Wetherburn Way, Ste 1
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092

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Office Hours

Mon - Fri: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sat & Sun: Closed

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