We welcome you to our practice and hope that this introduction to Middlesex Eye Physicians will familiarize you with who we're and what we do. We look ahead to delivering you the highest possible eye care in the state of Connecticut. Founded in 1966, Middlesex Eye Physicians has expanded to be the area's most experienced, complete eye care supplier.
|Address||22 N High St|
|Phone Number||(860) 669-5305|
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Middlesex Eye Physicians has been a part of the Middlesex and Shoreline communities for over 50 years. With a team of four ophthalmologists and one optometrist, we are able to provide a wide and comprehensive range of eye care services to ensure your complete eye health. We provide care from routine eye exams to the most current and up-to-date medical treatments and surgeries, including LASIK laser vision correction, laser-assisted cataract surgery with premium lens implants, macular degeneration treatment, glaucoma treatment, dry eye treatment, cosmetic services, and more.
A future without dependency on glasses or contact lenses can be yours. Imagine being able to enjoy all of life's activities such as hiking, skiing, swimming, biking, and many others without the burden of glasses or contacts. Consider daily activities such as looking at the alarm clock, showering, or picking out an outfit without the hassle of contacts or glasses. If you have a busy lifestyle like most of us or are experiencing discomfort from wearing contacts or glasses, it is time to consider LASIK Laser Vision Correction.
Dr. Raji Mulukutla also specializes in cosmetic services; offering a full line of injectables to help combat the natural changes of an aging face. When you get cosmetic services from our specialists, you can rest assured that you are getting a cosmetic team with years of experience and the best products available. Our cosmetic services can give you a healthy-looking you and can ultimately improve your self-esteem. Our list of services are below. Our staff member and model shown in the video below had BOTOX and Juvederm treatment.
Ptosis (drooping or sagging eyelids) is typically caused by weakness of a muscle in the eyelid, called the levator muscle or by problems with the nerve that sends the message to the levator muscle. Other reasons causing ptosis can be related to disease or injury. Patients with ptosis often complain they cannot fully see out of the eye due to the lid obstruction. Fatigue from trying to hold the lids open is another issue from ptosis. If you have a visual complaint due to the obstruction of your drooping eyelids, we will perform a series of testing.
A: You have been diagnosed with macular degeneration, now what? When diagnosed with macular degeneration, you will be told to monitor your vision at home. You should try to incorporate the amsler grid into your daily schedule. This is an important tool for tracking early changes in your macula. If you notice any changes with the grid, contact Middlesex Eye Physicians to schedule an appointment with your ophthalmologist; Please inform the receptionist that you have a change on your amsler grid. A: A fluorescein angiogram uses dye and photography to diagnose changes in your retina.
We have been serving the surrounding communities for over 50 years, schedule an appointment with us today! The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.