Cornea

Cornea Treatment in Miami

Cornea TreatmentLearn more about ocular diseases treated at Premium Eye Centers! Dr. Preschel holds years of training in successfully treating cornea and external ocular diseases. His residency at one of the most prestigious institutions in the country, the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, followed by fellowship training in corneal and external eye diseases, has allowed him to help glaucoma patients overcome a wide range of eye conditions and prevent damage to their eyesight.

Dr. Preschel, your leading Pembroke Pines ophthalmologist, specializes in diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory conditions affecting the ocular surface and the cornea.

Cornea and External Ocular Diseases

The cornea is a clear, dome-shaped surface that covers the front of the eye. It is made of cells and proteins and is arranged in five distinct layers, each of which has an important function. It acts as the eye’s outermost lens, controlling and focusing the entry of light into the eye. It also protects the eye from germs, dust and other harmful matter. However, the cornea may be affected by a wide range of diseases that may be caused by a number of factors, including infections, traumatic injury, allergies and hereditary conditions. Dr. Preschel is highly skilled in diagnosing and effectively treating a wide range of cornea and external ocular diseases, including

Diagnosis and Treatment Options for External Ocular Diseases

Due to his clinical education, extensive training and vast experience, Dr. Preschel is highly skilled in providing primary eye and vision care and effective treatment options for patients suffering from cornea and external ocular diseases. He specializes in successfully identifying patients who may be at risk for developing an external ocular disease, accurately diagnosing the condition and developing an effective treatment plan that leads to optimal eye care results. If you are in the Pembroke Pines and Miami areas seeking treatment for your ocular disease, contact Premium Eye Centers today!