Dr. Anne Keating specializes in corneal transplantation procedures and the treatment of a variety of corneal conditions including corneal abrasion, infections of the cornea, dry eye, Fuch’s dystrophy, and Keratoconus. Eye Consultants of North Dakota are the Fargo-Moorhead area’s leading corneal specialists.
General Eye Exams
Just like going to the dentist or the doctor general eye exams should be a part of your overall health and wellness routine. Learn how regularly scheduled eye exams with the team at Eye Consultants of North Dakota can help protect your vision for the long run.
Glaucoma is an age-related eye disease that if not treated can cause severe vision loss and blindness. Learn more about glaucoma consultation and treatment options with the Fargo-Moorhead area’s premier glaucoma doctors at Eye Consultants of North Dakota.
Are you searching for a cataract surgeon in the Fargo-Moorhead Area? Eye Consultants of North Dakota will ensure that you get the highest quality care using the latest state of the art technology and lens implant options.
Get started today, with the region’s premier cataract surgery team.
Macular Degeneration & Diabetic Eye Disease
Macular degeneration & diabetic eye disease are both eye conditions that if caught early enough that can be treated and managed to slow down the loss of vision. Eye health starts with an eye exam at the Eye Consultants of North Dakota.
Pediatric Eye Exams
It is never too early for your child’s first eye exam. Eye Consultants of North Dakota offer a range of pediatric eye care from routine vision screenings to treatment of amblyopia, strabismus and other pediatric eye disorders.
At Eye Consultants of North Dakota, we offer a variety of surgical treatments for common eyelid disorders. Many small eyelid lesions can be removed with simple procedures that can be performed in the clinic with local anesthetic. We commonly diagnose and treat eyelid skin cancers and other skin abnormalities of the eyelids.
Dry Eye Syndrome
Dry eye syndrome is a condition where patients lack tears or oil on their eyes. If you aren’t making enough tears or your tear film is missing an ingredient, dry eyes occur. There are numerous treatments available for dry eye syndrome, depending on what is causing your condition.