Eye Conditions

Many Wheaton Eye Clinic doctors have completed extensive training in one or more ophthalmic subspecialties. This means that our patients, regardless of their eye disorders, receive exceptional medical care across all ophthalmic subspecialties. This convenient patient care is possible because our partnership of specialists make Wheaton Eye Clinic the largest private ophthalmology clinic in the Midwest.

Wheaton Eye Clinic general ophthalmologists perform comprehensive eye examinations and provide diagnosis and treatment for all eye conditions. Urgent care and home services are handled by our general ophthalmologists. When necessary, general ophthalmologists refer patients to other Wheaton Eye Clinic specialists for surgery or other forms of specialized treatment. Learn more ...
Specialists in this area provide advanced medical and surgical management of all conditions and disorders of the cornea including corneal dystrophy, keratoconus, corneal ulcers, corneal abrasions and corneal transplantation. Learn more ...
At Wheaton Eye Clinic, custom cataract surgeons not only remove bothersome cataracts, but perform additional procedures at the time of surgery such as implanting intraocular lenses or combining cataract surgery and astigmatic keratectomy. Learn more ...
Whereas other Wheaton Eye Clinic specialists focus on conditions of the eye itself, the reconstructive plastic surgeon also addresses issues that affect the bone structure around the eye and adjacent facial area including eyelids and brows. Cosmetic surgery and procedures are also performed by this specialist. Learn more ...
This progressive condition, caused by increased internal eye pressure, can result in permanent loss of vision. Glaucoma specialists provide comprehensive services, including glaucoma evaluation and testing, management of intraocular pressure and treatment to improve drainage of fluid from the eye. Learn more ...
Wheaton Eye Clinic specialists in LASIK and refractive services use lasers and other technology to correct such disorders as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. Often this surgery reduces a patient’s dependence on contacts or eyeglasses. Learn more ...
This specialist addresses the relationship between the eye and the brain, specifically disorders of the optic nerve, orbit and brain associated visual disorders. The neuro-ophthalmologist diagnoses and manages visual problems that occur as a result of neurological-related illnesses and conditions such as multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis and thyroid eye disease. Learn more ...
Pediatric ophthalmologists specialize in children’s eye care including medical and surgical treatments for a wide spectrum of conditions. At Wheaton Eye Clinic these specialists also handle the clinical care of adults with strabismus, a vision condition which most often begins in early childhood. Learn more ...
Retina specialists care for patients experiencing retinal detachment, hemorrhages, tear and holes, diabetic retinopathy, vitreous detachment, age-related macular degeneration (ARMD) and macular holes and puckers. These physicians also evaluate blind spots, flashers and floaters and perform retinal laser surgery if needed. Learn more ...
This subspecialty concentrates on the diagnosis, management and treatment of all types of ocular inflammation in both the front and back parts of the eye. This includes evaluation of ocular inflammatory disorders, post-operative inflammation, chronic uveitis, severe ocular allergy and immunosuppressive therapy. Learn more ...