We offer comprehensive eye care for you and your family. Our board-certified ophthalmologist, Mark Calderwood, MD, has a long history of providing excellent eye care in the Bitterroot Valley.
Routine eye exams are an important way to stay on top of your vision and overall eye health. As part of your complete eye exam, we offer preventive screenings, and we monitor for any eye diseases or concerns you may have. Diagnosing eye disease early can help maintain healthy, optimal vision.
We offer contact lens fittings and can help determine which kind and type is best for you. We ensure that the fitting curve of the lens sits property so you have the best available option.
When glucose levels remain high over time, it can damage the blood vessels at the back of the eye, causing bleeding in the eye and harming the retina, causing swelling and blurred vision. Those with diabetes can also develop glaucoma or cataracts at an earlier age.
If untreated, diabetes-related eye conditions can lead to retinal detachment, glaucoma, partial vision loss or blindness. We help those with diabetes manage their diabetic eye care by offering an annual eye exam and monitoring their specific eye care needs.
Laser surgery techniques improve vision by modifying the cornea and can help correct common eye issues like nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, to reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contacts.
We offer a free consultation to determine if laser vision correction is a good option for you.
Cataracts are a common eye condition in older adults, causing the lens of your eye to cloud and blur your vision. This condition is different from nearsightedness or farsightedness and cannot be treated with glasses, contacts or LASIK surgery.
In cataract surgery, the damaged lens is replaced with an artificial one. Because cataracts are so common, the procedure has become advanced, is safe and success rates are very high.
Glaucoma is a disease that damages the optic nerve, which connects the eye to the brain. The primary risk factor for glaucoma is elevated eye pressure. There are a variety of types of glaucoma, and it typically affects peripheral vision first, which is why it's usually asymptomatic until the later stages. Because of this, periodic testing is done to ensure glaucoma is not developing or progressing.
We offer glaucoma screenings and subsequent treatments if needed.
Please contact us at 406.363.5434 for more information or to schedule an appointment.