Not being able to see clearly can be frustrating. Depending on what you're doing, it can also put you at risk. Astigmatism is a common condition that results in poor vision. It comes from an imperfect curvature of the cornea and causes light to bounce off the wrong spot in the back of the eye. This results in blurry vision, especially with distance vision. Many nearsighted people have astigmatism. Dr. Rigney Vision works with patients in the Bartlesville, Collinsville, and Owasso areas to treat astigmatism.
Astigmatism Is Highly Treatable
The great news about astigmatism is that it's very treatable. Dr. Jay Rigney and his team understand that it can be upsetting not to see well. It can make you feel unsafe and keep you from doing things you enjoy. When you work with our optometrist to treat your astigmatism, there are options that can work very well for your needs. Some people choose to wear glasses, others want contact lenses or even vision correction surgery. You don't have to just live with blurry vision.
Good Vision Is Important
Think of all the things you could do if you could see better. There may be hobbies you want to engage in, people you want to visit, and adventures you want to go on in the future. All of those things are much easier with clear vision. While astigmatism can vary in its severity, almost all cases can be treated effectively with the options available for vision correction today. Even if you've sought treatment before and haven't seen the improvement you'd like, working with Dr. Jay Rigney can give you more choices.
Your Eye Health Matters
The health of your eyes matters. Your vision is only a part of that, but it's a big part. We want to make sure you're taking good care of that vision and that you're also working with an eye doctor who will take note of your overall eye health and let you know if there are any concerns.
Choose an Optometrist You Can Trust
If you're in the Owasso, Bartlesville, or Collinsville areas and are in need of an eye doctor to help with astigmatism or other issues, contact us at Dr. Rigney Vision today. We can find out the cause, suggest treatment options, and work with you to find the right opportunity for you to see well and have good eye health for the future.