Allegheny Ophthalmology Associates
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2853 Freeport Rd, Natrona Heights, PA 15065

Effective Cataract and Glaucoma Treatment

Attain the clear vision you deserve when you choose cataract and glaucoma treatment from Allegheny Ophthalmology Associates in Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania. Our experts are dedicated to improving your vision.


A cataract is a clouding of the eye's lens that negatively impacts vision. Most cataracts can be related to aging; however, there are other types of cataracts, including secondary cataracts, traumatic cataracts, congenital cataracts, and radiation cataracts, that are related to other conditions. Some of the most common symptoms of cataracts include:
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  • Clouded or Blurred Vision
  • Halos around Lights
  • Glare from Headlights and Lamps
  • Sunlight Being Too Bright
  • Poor Night Vision
  • Frequent Prescription Changes in Eyeglasses or Contact Lenses

Speak with a Professional

If you notice any of these symptoms, please contact our office. Our professionals can diagnose and treat these symptoms as well as other eye problems, typically without surgery.


Glaucoma is a group of diseases that damage an eye's optic nerve, resulting in the loss of vision. With early detection and treatment, however, you can protect your eyes against this. Eye pressure is a major risk factor for optic nerve damage. Increases in eye pressure can cause the optic nerve to become damaged and vision loss may result. High blood pressure is one of the risk factors for optic nerve damage.

Your Exam

For a comprehensive, dilated eye exam, turn to us. This can help reveal risk factors associated with glaucoma, including high eye pressure and thinness of the cornea. Although there is no cure for glaucoma, immediate treatment for early-stage glaucoma can delay the progression of the disease. Current treatment options include:
  • Medication
  • Surgery
  • Laser Treatment
Contact us in Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania, to explore our center's effective cataract and glaucoma treatment and testing options.