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Services

Services

Services at Washington Eye Specialists are provided by board certified medical doctors and an experienced and caring staff. We offer a comprehensive range of services to maintain the health of your eyes and diagnose and manage ocular disease.

Some of our services include: 

Specialization: in Corneal Transplants, Corneal & External Ocular Disease and diseases of the Retina and Vitreous

Complete/Routine Eye Exams

Cataract Surgery

Multifocal Intraocular Lens Implants

Anterior & Posterior Segment Laser Surgery

Computerized Corneal Topography Mapping

Specialized Treatment for Glaucoma, including Laser

Computerized and Manual Visual Field Evaluation

Surgical and Non-Surgical treatment of Retinal Disorders including Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy

Computerized Diagnostic Ultrasound “B”-Scan.

Fluorescein Angiography and Retinal Photography

Eyeglass Boutique – wide selection of fashion and budget frames to fit every lifestyle and contact lenses.

Contact Us

Ophthalmology Practice

Providence Hospital
DePaul Professional Building
1160 Varnum St. NE, Ste 011
Washington, District of Columbia 20017
202-529-5200 (p)
202-529-1476 (f)

Washington Eye Glass Boutique (Optical Shop)

Providence Hospital
DePaul Professional Building
1160 Varnum St. NE, Ste 011
Washington, District of Columbia 20017
202-629-0802 (p)

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday – Thursday 7AM – 4:30 PM Friday 7AM – 4PM

Our Specialties

Cataracts

Most of us will develop a cataract. Just like grey hair, some patients will develop cataracts at an earlier age than others. Cataracts are part of the normal aging process and occur in perfectly healthy eyes.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness. Your chances of developing this potentially blinding disease increase with age and other risk factors including race and family history.

The Retina

The retina is often referred to as the “back of the eye,” but really it is the tissue which lines the inside of the eye. A retina specialist evaluates and treats diseases of the retina such as;