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Dr. John Redmond and the staff at Eye Health Professionals, P.C. are ready to help you with all your ophthalmologic needs. We provide a safe, comfortable space to optimize your eye health. As ophthalmology experts, we diagnose and treat many eye diseases, perform surgery and advise on the management and care of all vision health issues..

Cataract Surgery 
As the eyes age, the lens often becomes cloudy, forming a cataract. This condition is very common and interferes with many daily activities. Driving, cooking and even climbing stairs can become dangerous. Fortunately, cataract surgery is generally a simple out-patient procedure. Your ophthalmologist removes the clouded lens, replacing it with an artificial lens. This quick procedure makes a huge difference in patients’ lives. A newer laser option is suitable for some patients, and may make recovery even faster.

Glaucoma Treatment

Regular glaucoma testing is important because catching the disease early helps prevent or slow vision loss. At Eye Health Professionals, P.C., we lower and monitor the intraocular pressure that makes glaucoma worsen. Depending on your individual situation, we may prescribe medicated eye drops, medications such as beta blockers, surgery, laser treatments or other therapies.

Diabetic Eye Disease Management 
At Eye Health Professionals, P.C., we realize that our patients with diabetes face their own special set of eye health issues. These include increased risk for cataracts and glaucoma as well as diabetic retinopathy, a condition in which the blood vessels in the retina are damaged, drastically reducing vision and often leading to blindness. If caught in the early stages, treatment and follow-up care for diabetic retinopathy go a long way in preserving your vision. Because of this, we recommend more frequent eye exams for our diabetic patients.

Treatment for Vitreoretinal Disorders

In the back of your eye, the retina and vitreous can be affected by macular degeneration, macular holes, retinal tears or detachments, floats, flashes, eye cancer and other conditions. Dr. Redmond uses advanced training to diagnose these varied and complicated vitreoretinal disorders.

Dry Eye Treatment

Many people’s eyes produce insufficient lubrication, leaving them feeling dry and uncomfortable. If your eyes burn or sting, come see us so we can help you feel more comfortable. At Eye Health Professionals, P.C., we can identify the causes of your dry eye and make a treatment plan to ease the condition. This could include eye drops and lifestyle changes.


If you are suffering from vision health problems or simply have a question, contact our office today by calling (203) 284-9448. We are happy to help!

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Monday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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