254 Western Ave.
Augusta, ME. 04330
*Located inside Advanced Clinical Eyecare
Our office has irregular hours of operation. Please call our Bangor office to find out when we are available.
Dr. Curt Young provides comprehensive cataract, retinal, and glaucoma disease management one day per month.
In our Augusta office, we offer cataract treatment options like traditional and laser cataract surgery. When going through this surgical procedure, you can choose from a variety of intraocular lenses to replace your eyes’ natural lens. This may lead to overall improved vision following cataract surgery. To find out what lens may be right for you, please take our lens self-test!
We offer treatment options for tons of diseases that affect the cornea like allergies, pink eye, corneal infections, dry eye syndrome, Fuchs’ dystrophy & keratoconus. Some of these diseases can be corrected through simple methods like eye drops wholesome will require surgery. If you’re curious about treatment options for these corneal diseases, schedule an appointment today!
For the best treatment options for your retinal disease, schedule an appointment with Vision Care of Maine!
The best way to prevent diabetic eye diseases is to have routine checkups, especially if you have diabetes. Another excellent way to prevent diabetic eye disease is to monitor your blood sugar intake levels and your diabetes as a whole. This is particularly important as conditions like diabetic retinopathy develop without showing symptoms. If you’re concerned about your risk for developing diabetic eye diseases, call or schedule an appointment with one of our ophthalmologists today!
Often referred to as the “sneak thief of sight,” glaucoma creeps in viciously and without warning. Don’t expect to see any symptoms of this disease developing. However, you can always protect your vision by having routine eye exams. If you do develop glaucoma, there are treatment options available! Although sight lost from glaucoma is permanent, there are options to slow glaucoma progression and save the vision remaining. At Vision Care of Maine, we take pride in providing treatment options for those with severe to mild glaucoma progression.