EYE CONDITIONS & SERVICES
Precision Eye Institute provides comprehensive eye care and uses advanced technology to provide eye surgery to treat cataracts and glaucoma. Dr. Krajnyk can provide complete medical and surgical care here in New Smyrna Beach and Edgewater. Call today to find out if we are providers of your insurance.
What You Can Expect
At Precision Eye Institute, we pride ourselves not only in providing our patients the best care possible and superior customer service, but also making visits more convenient by meeting all of your optical needs in one location. Not only does our physician provide the medical eye care you need, we offer routine eye care and supplies, including contacts, and a wide variety of popular frames and sunglasses
Eye Care Services
Even if you do need glasses after surgery, or are simply updating your annual prescription, we carry quality brand frames and work with the best lens manufacturers in the business. Our optician, Randall Shadd, has over 30 years of experience in the business, owning his own optical store and making his own lenses, and will help you find the perfect pair of glasses on any budget.
- Complete Eye Exams
- Diabetic Eye Exams
- Functional Botox
- High Risk Medication Monitoring
- Biopsies for Skin Cancers around the Eye
- Medical and Aesthetic Botox Facial Treatment
- Certified Juvederm Provider
We also provide medical and surgical management of:
- Macular Degeneration
- Dry Eye Syndrome
- Thyroid Eye Disease
Most people who are preparing for cataract surgery may have been advised they will still need glasses. At Precision Eye Institute, this is not always the case with our patients. We have available to us, the newest lens implants that are able to provide near, intermediate, and distance vision, EVEN if you have astigmatism!
- Advanced Technology Cataract Surgery
- YAG Laser Surgery for Secondary Cataract
- Glaucoma Laser Surgery
- Blepharoplasty (Lifting of the eyelids)
- Pterygium Excisions
Don’t Wait to Get an Eye Exam
Glaucoma and Macular Degeneration are the most common causes of irreversible blindness in the United States for patients 40 years or older. Both are treatable and if diagnosed with Glaucoma at an early age, patients who receive proper treatment may never be aware of any visual defects. However, once your vision is lost it is irreversible. Prevent vision loss with early detection.
So, if you are considering permanent vision correction with cataract surgery, or it’s time for new contacts or glasses, contact us today for an appointment, and let our friendly staff and Board Certified Ophthalmologist, Dr. Krajnyk, at Precision Eye Institute, take the best possible care of you and your eyes. Ophthalmology Training - Board Certified by the American Academy of Ophthalmology
Let Precision Eye Institute meet all your eye care needs, and exceed your expectations.
Contact Precision Eye Institute today.