Specialty Eye Care Services for You

Vision issues can be a real challenge to see with the naked eye.

When you visit any of WeCare’s three wonderful Providence, RI locations, you’ll have access to an extensive network of friendly and knowledgeable licensed optometrists who can help diagnose and treat the root cause of your vision issues.

Whether you need routine care or a specialty visit, we’d be happy to help you with all your eye care needs. Get in touch with us today — or visit our office — to see how WeCare can help you!

Special Eye Conditions Deserve Special Care

Every person and every eye is different. Whether you’re living with glaucoma, cataracts, age-related macular degeneration, eye strain, or more, you want an expert who’s equipped to find and treat the root cause of the issue.

Most eye issues requiring specialty eye care include, but aren’t limited to the following:

Glaucoma afflicts the eye’s optic nerve, the part of the eye that connects to the brain. This insidious disease can lead to the deterioration of the optic nerve, all of which results in blind spots in your field of vision.

Our WeCare eye doctor team can help relieve pressure on the optic nerve using non-invasive treatments and interventions aimed at helping you feel — and see — your best.

Cataracts are the most common cause of vision loss — and blindness, if gone untreated — for people who are 40 years and older. A cataract refers to a film that builds up in the lens due to the unnatural formation of the eyes’ natural proteins. As a result, vision can become tinted.

Our licensed optometrists can perform just-in-time interventions to prevent the most harmful effects of cataracts. Coupled with prescription glasses, anti-glare lenses, and more, our team is here to provide you with comfortable eye care and support. But, if you need surgery, our expert cataract surgeons offer customizable cataract surgeries to meet your unique individual needs.

AMD occurs when arteries and capillaries nourishing the retina are depleted of much-needed nutrients. Abnormal protein deposits (dry AMD) or blood vessels (wet AMD) can form under the macula, both of which can result in a gradual or sudden loss of ability to see objects and colors. Patients with AMD often mention that their vision is distorted or blurry — and dark or empty spots appear in the center of their vision.

The best eye care is holistic. Our WeCare optometrists will provide a wide variety of treatment options, including clinical drugs and medications, photodynamic therapy, vision rehabilitation, and certain vision aids. Our friendly team will set you up for success in preventing and/or managing dry and wet AMD.

As the use of digital devices increases, our optometrists have pivoted to meet the growing demand for digital eye strain care. If you’re suffering from eye strain, stop by for a visit. We’re happy to help! We’ll guide you through how you can rid of eye strain and better adapt your routine to meet all your eye care needs.

With our treatment plan focusing on lifestyle and prescription eye care changes, we’ll make sure you walk out of our offices feeling confident and assured in managing digital eye strain yourself.

We test for over a hundred different eye conditions, diseases, and issues — like pink eye, meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD), blepharitis, styes, ocular rosacea, and chalazia — when assessing the root cause of your red, dry, irritated, and itchy eyes. Our licensed optometrists use state-of-the-art technology and advanced field practices to diagnose and treat the root cause of your dry eyes. We’ll set you up with the right treatment plan and education for your needs to help you quickly and painlessly resolve dry eyes.

Sometimes, vision issues aren’t always caused by changes in the eyes’ structures. Our astute, family-friendly optometrists can implement custom vision therapy interventions on a schedule that satisfies your needs. We offer weekly in-office eye appointments with a licensed optometrist that are aimed at improving eye coordination skills, visual perception, orthoptic function, nearsightedness, and more. Whether you’re living with eye strain, headache, fatigue, and/or blurred vision, contact our patient navigator team today to see if vision therapy is best for your eye care needs.

Eye emergencies come up fast. When they do, you want a professional who’s ready to spring into action. Whether eye trauma, sudden vision loss, or irritation from surgery or eye interventions, our licensed optometrists are on standby, waiting to help you with all your eye emergency needs. If you’re experiencing an eye emergency, don’t hesitate to contact us immediately for just-in-time eye care.

About Our Dedicated Eye Care Team

Our WeCare optometrists have nearly 40 years of experience working with adults and families. Our optometrists are trained in and have extensive background knowledge on ocular care. We treat each patient with compassion, kindness, and warmth.

Coupled with our friendly patient navigator team, our optometrists will carefully consider your comfort every step of the way. We encourage you to let our team know how you’re feeling throughout the exam process.

Whatever your vision care needs may be, our doctor and patient navigator team is dedicated to providing you with nothing less than the best optical care, because at the end of the day, our vision is to help you with yours.

WeCare: Focused On Your Vision

Why WeCare?

A Family-Focused, Community-Centered Eye Clinic

20+ years of experience

30,000+ eye exams performed annually

Serving patients of all ages and needs

Convenient locations

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