Eye Infections

Eye Infection Treatment at Classic Vision Care

The team at Classic Vision Care prioritizes you and your total eye health from the moment you walk through our doors. We’ll use our expertise in eye infections to identify their causes and create a custom care plan to relieve you of your symptoms fast.

What Is an Eye Infection?

An eye infection is a disease that affects one or more areas of the eye and is often caused by the presence of bacteria, fungus, or a virus on or around the eye. Common eye infections include conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye; blepharitis, or eyelid inflation; and styes.

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Do You Have an Eye Infection?

There are many indicators that you may have an eye infection. Some telling symptoms include eye pain, swelling, redness, puffy or unusually protruding eyelids, itchiness, discolored eye discharge, and sensitivity to light. No matter your condition, we have the tools and knowledge to properly diagnose your eye infection and put you on the path to recovery.

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Learn more about eye infections and how Classic Vision Care can help.

Our Eye Infection Treatment Options

We use advanced diagnostics in our exams to precisely narrow down the root cause of your eye infection. We even have the innovative LipiScan® meibomian imager to photograph your meibomian glands, which produce oil for your tears. This device allows us check for clogs in your glands that may lead to infection. After we determine the source of your issues, we’ll build a comprehensive treatment plan to nip them in the bud.

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Eye Drops

Once we determine what’s causing your eye infection, we can prescribe antibiotic, steroidal, or other specialty eye drops that sooth your symptoms and address your infection at its source.

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Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

When the oil-producing glands in your eyelids become clogged, it causes meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD). This condition is a major cause of dryness and increases the risk of infection. We offer in-office IPL treatments to unclog these glands, reduce inflammation, and improve tear quality by using light to warm your eyelids and express your natural oils.

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MiboFlo

Another MGD treatment we perform in-office that helps prevent eye infection is MiboFlo, also known as Mibo Thermoflo. This 10-minute procedure uses thermal pads to warm your eyelids to allow the necessary oils to flow out, leading to hydrated eyes and better tear retention.

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BlephEx®

We use BlephEx® to treat blepharitis, one of the most common eye infections. BlephEx® utilizes a spinning micro-sponge to slough away dead skin, dirt, and debris from your eyelid to reduce inflammation and improve eye health.

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Scleral Lenses

This type of contact lens is better at protecting your eyes from infection more than others. Scleral lenses cover the entire eye’s surface to shield it from bacteria and other harmful contaminants, while locking in healthy moisture with a tear reservoir. Scleral lenses have a host of other benefits, like being great for dry eye and sensitive corneas.

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Scleral Lenses
Eye Drops

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Eye Drops

Once we determine what’s causing your eye infection, we can prescribe antibiotic, steroidal, or other specialty eye drops that sooth your symptoms and address your infection at its source.

Call Us     Book Online

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

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Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

When the oil-producing glands in your eyelids become clogged, it causes meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD). This condition is a major cause of dryness and increases the risk of infection. We offer in-office IPL treatments to unclog these glands, reduce inflammation, and improve tear quality by using light to warm your eyelids and express your natural oils.

Call Us     Book Online

MiboFlo

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MiboFlo

Another MGD treatment we perform in-office that helps prevent eye infection is MiboFlo, also known as Mibo Thermoflo. This 10-minute procedure uses thermal pads to warm your eyelids to allow the necessary oils to flow out, leading to hydrated eyes and better tear retention.

Call Us     Book Online

BlephEx®

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BlephEx®

We use BlephEx® to treat blepharitis, one of the most common eye infections. BlephEx® utilizes a spinning micro-sponge to slough away dead skin, dirt, and debris from your eyelid to reduce inflammation and improve eye health.

Call Us     Book Online

Scleral Lenses

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Scleral Lenses

This type of contact lens is better at protecting your eyes from infection more than others. Scleral lenses cover the entire eye’s surface to shield it from bacteria and other harmful contaminants, while locking in healthy moisture with a tear reservoir. Scleral lenses have a host of other benefits, like being great for dry eye and sensitive corneas.

Call Us     Book Online

Why Choose Us?

Our practice uses the latest technology to diagnose eye infections and create personalized treatment plans for them. We’re steadfast in helping you fight off eye infections — and serving all your other eye care needs — because we’re committed to your health, safety, convenience, and comfort!

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