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Visual Precision: Elevating Eye Health Through Specialized Care

Embark on a journey towards improved vision with the specialized eye care services available at Mosaddegh Eye Institute. Discover our expertise in Premium Cataract Surgery, Dry Eye Solutions, and Aesthetics. Our dedicated team of eye care professionals prioritizes precision and expertise, delivering personalized care to cultivate clear and healthy vision tailored to the unique needs of each patient.


At Mosaddegh Eye Institute, our specialty eye care services involve the delivery of advanced and specialized services in Premium Cataract Surgery, Dry Eye Solutions, and Aesthetics. Going beyond routine eye exams and general eye care, our focus is on addressing specific conditions, diseases, and treatments using cutting-edge technology that demand specialized knowledge and expertise.

When you visit an ophthalmologist, you are seeing the only kind of doctor who is trained in all aspects of eye care. A comprehensive ophthalmologist (also known as a general ophthalmologist) can diagnose and treat eye diseases, perform eye surgery and prescribe and fit eyeglasses and contact lenses. Many comprehensive ophthalmologists have additional training to treat specific eye conditions, such as glaucoma or cataracts. But if your comprehensive ophthalmologist finds you have a condition that requires more specific care for a certain part of the eye, he or she will have you see a subspecialist.

Subspecialists have intensive training in a particular area of the eye. To become subspecialists, ophthalmologists add a fellowship to their years of medical training. A fellowship prepares an ophthalmologist to treat more specific or complex conditions in certain parts of the eye or in certain types of patients. Fellowship-trained ophthalmologists have a total of 9 to 10 years of training after they finish college.

The retina is the light-sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye. The macula is a small area of the retina responsible for your central, detail vision. A retina specialist diagnoses and manages retinal diseases, including macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease. They surgically repair torn and detached retinas and treat problems with the vitreous, the gel-like substance in the middle of the eyeball.

Glaucoma is a disease that affects the optic nerve, which connects the eye to the brain. The most common types of glaucoma are related to high pressure in the eye. If fluid does not circulate inside the eye properly, pressure builds inside the eye and damages the optic nerve. Glaucoma subspecialists use medicine, laser and surgery to manage eye pressure.


The cornea is the clear, dome-shaped covering in front of the iris and pupil. A cornea subspecialist diagnoses and manages corneal eye disease, including Fuchs’ dystrophy and keratoconus. Many cornea subspecialists also perform refractive surgery (such as LASIK), as well as corneal transplants. They also handle corneal trauma as well as complicated contact lens fittings.


Vision problems related to how the eyes interact with the brain, nerves and muscles. Diseases which can cause these problems include strokes, brain tumors, multiple sclerosis, and thyroid eye disease.

This field deals with problems with the eyelids, bones and other structures around the eyeball, and in the tear drainage system. 



Vision Correction

Vision correction is essential for safety, efficiency, and well-being, involving regular eye exams and the use of glasses or contact lenses to maintain optimal eye health and function.

Preventive Measures

Eye care professionals offer advice on preventive measures to safeguard your eyes from potential hazards. Following these recommendations can lower the likelihood of eye injuries and minimize strain.

Management of Chronic Conditions

For individuals managing chronic conditions such as diabetes or hypertension, routine eye examinations play a pivotal role in the early detection and effective management of potential eye-related complications.

Early Detection of Eye Conditions

Routine eye examinations play a pivotal role in the detection of eye conditions like glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy. Early detection allows timely treatment and optimal management.



Individuals with specific and complex eye conditions or those seeking advanced treatments beyond routine eye care are good candidates for specialty eye care. This may include individuals with conditions such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, or those requiring specialized interventions like premium cataract surgery. Specialty eye care is designed for those who need targeted expertise and advanced solutions to address unique visual health needs.


When you visit an ophthalmologist, you are seeing the only kind of doctor who is trained in all aspects of eye care. Subspecialists have intensive training in a particular area of the eye.


Consider seeking specialty eye care when you have specific and complex eye conditions, or if you require advanced treatments beyond routine eye care.


Specialized eye care includes professionals such as retina specialists, glaucoma specialists, cornea and external disease specialists, neuro-ophthalmologists, pediatric ophthalmologists, oculoplastic surgeons, cataract surgeons, and refractive surgeons, among other specialized practitioners.

Your general opthalmologist or primary eye care provider can assess your situation and determine if a referral to a specialist, such as a retina specialist, glaucoma specialist, or other specialized eye care professional, is necessary. If you experience complex eye issues or have been diagnosed with a condition that falls within a specialized area, seeking a referral ensures you receive the targeted care and expertise needed for your unique visual health needs.


Optometrists and general ophthalmologists are trained to perform routine eye examinations, prescribe glasses or contact lenses, and address common eye conditions. Specialists are usually sought for specific and complex eye issues beyond the scope of routine exams.


During a visit to a specialty eye care provider, you can expect a more in-depth evaluation tailored to the specific expertise of the specialist. The appointment may involve advanced diagnostic tests and procedures related to the specialized area. The specialist will discuss your medical history, conduct a thorough examination, and provide targeted insights and recommendations based on their expertise. Additionally, if further treatments or interventions are needed, the specialist will guide you through the options and create a personalized plan to address your specific visual health needs.



Entrust your vision to the experienced team at Mosaddegh Eye Institute. Contact us today to schedule a consultation or learn more about our Speciality eye care. Rediscover a clear vision and enhance your quality of life with our comprehensive solutions.