Dr. Matt Judd at
Eye Clinic of Goodlettsville -
The Eye Doctor You Can Count On
When Was The Last Time You Visited Your Eye Doctor?
You only have one pair of eyes. Don't underestimate the importance of getting a routine eye exam, whether you need an updated prescription or not. Early detection and management of ocular diseases can prevent complications and serious vision loss. Let Dr. Matt Judd at Eye Clinic of Goodlettsville protect your eye health today.
Our Eye Clinic accepts Medicare
Dr. Matt Judd provides personalized service to each and every patient in our Goodlettsville practice. We’ll meet with you to determine which tests to perform based on your visual requirements and health condition. Our eye care experts offer top-notch care and guidance to ensure that our patients enjoy the highest quality of life possible. Our vision clinic accepts many insurance plans, including Medicare.
Glaucoma is a common eye condition in which your optic nerve, the bundle of nerves at the back of the eye, which feeds visual information to the brain, is damaged because of high inner eye pressure, known as intraocular pressure. Along with regular eye exams to ensure early detection, a number of other steps can be taken to proactively prevent the development of Glaucoma.
Macular degeneration is a common age-related eye disease. When left untreated, it is one of the leading causes of blindness in people over the age of 65 in the United States. We encourage you to ask your questions and we’ll discuss the benefits, limitations, and risks of various AMD treatments.
People with diabetes are at significantly increased risk of developing cataracts, a clouding of the vision caused by clumps of protein forming in the lens of the eye. Although cataracts usually affect people in their elderly years, diabetics tend to develop cataracts at a younger age, and their condition progresses much faster. Our Goodlettsville Dr. Matt Judd can help.