Advanced eye care in Denver
Rose Medical Center offers extensive eye surgical services at its off-site surgery center, Cherry Creek Eye Surgery Center. Cherry Creek Eye Surgery Center has been providing care since 1986, and we pride ourselves on our experienced, personable, team-oriented staff, who maintain the same high standards of care offered at Rose Medical Center.
For more information, please call Cherry Creek Eye Surgery Center at (303) 692-0903.
Read Sammy McKay’s story, a Cherry Creek Eye Surgery patient who was able to regain her sight after being blind for more than 10 years.
Cherry Creek Eye Surgery Center provides comprehensive surgical care, including:
- Astigmatic lens implants
- Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery)
- Cataract extractions
- Corneal transplants
- Entropion repair (inward rolling of lower eyelid and eyelashes)
- Ectropion repair (outward rolling of lower eyelid and eyelashes)
- Intraocular lens (IOL) implants, exchanges and repositioning
- Lazy eye or amblyopia
- Multi-focal lens implants
- Presbyopic lens implants
- Pterygium removal
- Ptosis repair (to correct low hanging eyelids)
- Removal of chalazions, lid lesions and cryosurgery
- Strabismus surgery
- Trabeculectomy to treat glaucoma
- Wound repair
We also offer lab and twelve-lead EKG services to our surgery patients, if necessary, for their pre-operative assessment.
Graves’ disease is an autoimmune disorder that is the most common cause of hyperthyroidism. Some patients with Graves’ disease develop eye signs and symptoms, called Graves’ eye disease or ophthalmopathy. The eyes become very dry, irritated and inflamed. The inflammation may affect the eye muscles and the tissue behind the eyes, causing double vision, bulging eyes and pressure or pain. More severe manifestations are less common, except in smokers.
If you are a smoker with Graves’ disease, it is important to stop smoking immediately as it can worsen your symptoms. If you require assistance with smoking cessation, please talk to your physician.