Great River Eye Specialists
Great River Eye Specialists provides medical and surgical eye care to patients of all ages. Ophthalmologist Mariannette Miller-Meeks, M.D., specializes in treating a variety of eye conditions. You don't need a referral to schedule an appointment with Dr. Miller-Meeks. Great River Eye Specialists accepts medical insurance only; no vision insurance. We will submit your claim for you.
We do not make glasses or fit for contact lenses, but we can give you a prescription for glasses that you can take to a retail location of your choice.
- Blur vision
- Intensify glare
- Make colors seem faded
- Make it hard to see at night
- Open-angle (chronic) glaucoma is the most common type. Gradual loss of peripheral vision is a symptom. Treatment includes eye drops, laser therapy (iridotomy) or surgery.
- Angle-closure (acute) glaucoma requires immediate treatment. Symptoms include a sudden, painful rise in pressure in the eye. Laser treatment is performed in the clinic.
- Dry – The most common symptom is slightly blurred vision. Treatment can delay progression of the disease. It includes taking a specific high-dose formulation of antioxidants and zinc. Close monitoring of the disease is crucial.
- Wet – Straight lines that appear wavy is an early symptom. Early treatment is important. Treatment includes eye injections which can be given in our office. Dr. Miller-Meeks will discuss with you different types of medicines that are available for injection.
- Amblyopia (lazy eye)
- Complete eye examinations
- Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
- Strabismus (crossed eyes)
In-office laser treatment
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Post-cataract vision problems
- Specific types of glaucoma
|Mariannette Miller-Meeks, M.D.|
|From left, Kristy Wellman, manager, Katie Garcia, Andrea Hamma and Penny Teitsworth|
- Insurance cards
- List of medicines you are taking, including prescriptions, over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, herbal remedies and any other supplements
- Photo ID