Ocular Disease Management

Our office is experienced in the management of eye conditions such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, dry eyes and cataracts. We also diagnose and treat conjunctivitis (pink eye) and blepharitis (eye lid infections).


Dry eyes is a chronic disease that can be caused by many conditions including age, gender, medications, environment and contact lens wear. Please consult with us during your exam about treatment options including Restasis. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all treatment that works for everyone, and we will take the time to find out what works best for your condition.


Cataracts are a very common condition that most adults get as we grow older. Typically, cataracts can form as early as age 55; however, they may not affect your vision until you are much older. The natural lens in your eye is what becomes cloudy over time. This results in blurry vision as the cataract matures, eventually leading to the necessity of cataract surgery to restore your vision. Cataract surgery is very safe and effective, and our office is experienced in providing pre-operative and post-operative care.

During your comprehensive eye exam, we will carefully examine your lens for signs of cataract formation. If your cataract is bad enough to cause a visually significant problem, our office will recommend cataract surgery and refer you to the appropriate surgeon for a consultation. We are affiliated with excellent cataract surgeons in the Denver metro area and will provide pre- and post- operative care in many cases.


Macular degeneration is a leading cause of blindness for patients over 65 years old. There is currently no known cure for this eye disease. Risk factors include family history, smoking and UV exposure. While there is no cure, there are certain preventative measures and treatments that can be used to slow down the progression of the disease. Our office will thoroughly review your treatment or preventative options should you present with signs of macular degeneration.


Glaucoma is a disease of your optic nerve that can, in most cases, slowly lead to vision loss and blindness if left untreated. Diagnosing glaucoma is not just about the eye pressure test. It also usually involves performing a visual field test of your peripheral vision and an evaluation of the quality of nerve fibers with a scan of your optic nerves. Glaucoma treatment options have vastly improved over the years. Treatment may include the use of eye drops, laser eye surgery and glaucoma surgery depending on the severity and control of the disease.

We have state-of-the-art equipment for retinal scanning to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma and macular degeneration as well as visual field testing.


Best in Sight Eye Care is experienced in the pre-operative evaluation and post-operative care of LASIK and other vision correction procedures.

We will evaluate your eyes and discuss your visual goals to help determine if you are an appropriate candidate for LASIK, PRK or ICL.

If you are a suitable candidate after a pre-operative evaluation, your information will be forwarded to the surgeon’s office to schedule a pre-surgical consult. Post-operative management will be provided by our office and includes multiple visits to evaluate and monitor vision and healing. The evaluation of any additional needs such as reading glasses, sunglasses, or enhancement laser procedures is also included.

LASIK is currently the most popular vision-correcting or “refractive” surgery available. But there are other options as well. We will help you find the ideal solution for your problem and partner with the best surgeon to perform your procedure.