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Eye Disease Management & Treatment

Whether you're having problems with your eye sight or are experiencing eye-related complications from other conditions, you want to know that your eyes are in good hands. After all, you depend on your vision for just about every aspect of your daily life.

At Campus Eye Center we've made eye care our focus for over 40 years. Our board-certified ophthalmologists, optometrists, nurses, technicians and staff are dedicated to your eye health with the experience that brings results. If you're reading this, you've likely been referred to us for a specific issue. Rest assured, we understand and we're here to help.

Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss in adults after age 50. The macula (the part of the retina responsible for central, detailed vision) becomes damaged, resulting in limited central vision. Side vision usually remains clear.

Risk Factors:

  • Over age 60
  • Smoking
  • Obesity
  • Caucasian
  • Female
  • Family history

It's important to get regular eye exams to monitor your vision and check for signs of macular degeneration. In addition to regular eye exams, Campus eye Center also offers Maculogix AdaptDx screening to our patients. We are the FIRST AND ONLY ophthalmology office in the Lancaster area to offer this technology that measures dark adaptation. Along with an annual comprehensive examination, it can provide information to detect macular damage earlier and allow for prompt intervention.

Red Eye

Seeing a red spot on your eye can be alarming, but it is almost always harmless. Red eye is like a bruise on your skin and usually appears as a single concentrated spot of red, on the white of the eye. Red eye, also known as subconjunctival hemorrhage does not affect vision and generally does not cause pain.

Concerned about your red eye? We'd be happy to take a look to put your mind at ease.

Dry Eyes

If your eyes sting, burn or feel scratchy, you may have a condition called dry eyes. To be comfortable, your eyes need to be lubricated with tears. When your eyes don't produce enough tears to bathe the surface of the eyes, that surface becomes irritated.

Concerned about dry eyes? We can help with a variety of treatment options!


If you've seen flashes of light, stars or streaks that aren't really there, you've experienced flashes. A few of these flashes are seen by everyone from time to time. Usually you will see them in one eye at a time. Flashes are caused by vitreous (the gel that fills the inside of your eye) pulling on the retina (the membrane lining the inside of your eye).

While most flashes are harmless, occasionally flashes can be a sign of other eye problems.
Flashes that appear all of a sudden or greatly increase in number could be a sign of a problem.


Floaters look like dark specks, clouds, threads or spider webs moving through your vision. Most people see them once in a while. Floaters may be pieces of gel or other material floating inside your eye. They are usually harmless.

As you age you are more likely to notice floaters. Floaters can also be caused by an eye injury or surgery. People who are nearsighted also see more floaters. If floaters appear suddenly or greatly increase in number, they can be a sign of an eye problem that needs care.


Blepharitis is inflammation of the membrane covering the inside of the eyelid and the white of the eye. It is caused by bacteria on the eyelids or on the skin around the eyes. Dandruff or oily skin can also cause blepharitis. Wearing contact lenses or makeup can make symptoms worse.

If blepharitis is not treated promptly, it can lead to a stye (an infection at the base of an eyelash or oil gland) or a chronic cyst (chalazion) which could require surgery to remove.

Think you may be suffering from blepharitis? Find out for sure and get relief.

Stye and Chalazion

A stye often appears as a red, sore lump near the edge of the eyelid, usually caused by a bacterial infection.

A chalazion is an enlargement of an oil-producing gland in the eyelid. It forms when the gland opening becomes clogged with oil secretions. Unlike a stye, a chalazion is usually painless.

Campus Eye Center offers a variety of effective treatment options for both stye and chalazion.


Eye Injuries

Injuries to the eyes can take many forms from a simple spill of the wrong chemical to serious injury from an accident. Don't take chances with your eyes. If you've experienced an injury or trauma, get your eyes checked right away to avoid complications or possible vision loss.

Campus Eye Center is an exceptional eye center with experienced eye doctors, Ophthalmogists and Optometrists, in Lancaster, PA. We offer total vision care including contact lenses and revolutionary Lasik eye surgery at our eye and laser center.
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