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Eye Treatment at Kesona Eye Clinic

An eye treatment is a recognized eye care intervention designed to do one or more of the following:

  1. Relieve eye symptoms
  2. Cure an eye disease
  3. Slow down or stop the progression of an eye disease
  4. Prevent an eye condition

For proper diagnosis and treatment of an eye condition, it is essential to consult a qualified eye doctor and get a comprehensive eye examination.

At our clinic, one of our optometrists will examine you, diagnose your condition and recommend the best treatment for you.

The treatment options available include:


These are a pair of lenses fitted into a frame and worn in front of the face. We have many eyeglass frames in stock and, you can view samples at our online store.

We recommend eyeglasses to improve vision and relieve discomfort from refractive errors like myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism presbyopia, and other eye focusing and coordination problems like binocular vision disorders, etc.

We also recommend them when there is a need to protect your eyes from digital screen glare and other eye hazards. Click here to learn more about our blue UV protection glasses for eye protection in front of digital screens.

Contact Lenses

These are small, round, thin lenses placed directly on the surface of the eyes.

We recommend them as alternatives to eyeglasses when appropriate. They are also recommended to improve vision, protect the eye and relieve discomfort in corneal injuries and disorders like keratoconus or to mask abnormalities in the appearance of an eye due to birth defects, eye injuries or diseases.

Eye Medications

There are drugs prescribed for the treatment of eye conditions. The most commonly prescribed eye medications are eye drops and ointments. We also recommend tablets and capsules when necessary.

Eye medications generally do the following:

  • Relieve eye symptoms like itching, burning, pain, dryness, etc.
  • Cure conditions like eye inflammation and infections.
  • Slow down or stop the progression of eye diseases like glaucoma.

Vision Therapy

This is the physical therapy of the eye and visual system. It is also known as vision training. 

We recommend vision therapy for eye problems that may benefit from training the eye muscles and parts of the brain responsible for seeing like amblyopia (lazy eye),
strabismus (crossed eyes), vision development disabilities and lost visual abilities associated with brain injury.

Eye Surgeries

These are invasive medical eye treatments. The treatment involves cutting or inserting instruments or light beams into the eye to treat a condition.

We recommend surgery for the following:

  • Replacement of a damaged part of the eye, like in cataract surgery.
  • Removal of a mechanical obstruction inside the eye like in glaucoma surgery.
  • Mechanical repositioning of a part of the eye, like surgery done to fix crossed eyes that do not respond to other forms of treatment.
  • Repair a damaged part of the eye, like surgery done to repair an eyeball that was torn or punctured.

We do not perform surgeries at our facility. We refer patients who need them to our ophthalmology partner hospital.

Home Remedies

These are simple physical measures and products that you can apply at home.

Examples include warm or cold compress, flushing the eye with water to remove foreign materials, use of over-the-counter medications (OTC), etc.

We discuss them while educating people on how to care for their eyes at home.

We recommend them for symptomatic relief of mild eye discomfort associated with self-limiting conditions like pink eye or mild eye injuries while the eye heals on its own. We also recommend them as first aid for serious eye conditions like chemical splashes, before seeing the eye doctor.

If your symptoms are severe, get worse or do not improve within 48 hours, please visit the clinic immediately to see the eye doctor.

Health Insurance

We provide eye care services for enrollees of the following health maintenance organizations (HMOs)

  1. Axa Mansard Health
  2. Leadway Health
  3. Reliance HMO

If you are signed up to any of the above-listed HMOs, you can walk into our clinic during work hours to receive care and treatment.