Low vision is a vision condition caused by several eye diseases, including cataracts, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. Few people today are totally without sight. Most have some sight, and suffer from low vision.

Low vision can come in many forms, including loss of central vision, loss of side vision, blurred vision, generalized haze, extreme sensitivity to light, and night blindness. Low vision should only be treated by trained optometrists who specialize in low vision. Low vision often requires different therapeutic treatments than other vision conditions. Optometrists who specialize in low vision can examine the patient and recommend treatment which may include therapy and/or low vision devices.

For more information, please ask your doctor.

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EYECARE SPECIALTIES
3531 Mary Ader Ave., Ste B.
Charleston, SC 29414
Phone: 843.577.2047
After Hours: 843.577.2047
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  • T,W9-6
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DOWNTOWN LOCATION
31 Smith Street, Ste A.
Charleston, SC 29401
Phone: 843.577.2047
Fax: 843.614.6509
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VILLAGE OPTICAL
634 Freshfields Dr.
Johns Island, SC 29455
Phone: 843.577.2047
After Hours: 843.577.2047
  • M-Sat10-6
  • Sun1-6
  • seasonal summer hours vary
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