Eye Health

Eye Health

Eye health is an important part of your overall health.  It is important to have a comprehensive eye exam to ensure that your eyes are healthy.  Dr. Stanley Grandon, Dr. Cindy Wang and I can ensure you are seeing properly and ensure that no eye diseases are present.

You may assume that your eyes are healthy if you have no difficulty with your vision.  Sometimes, we can determine that a glasses prescription can allow even better vision.  Common eye diseases such as glaucoma, age related macular degeneration (ARMD), diabetic eye disease and early cataracts often have no symptoms at the early or even moderate stages.  Early diagnosis and treatment can be very important.

Our goal at the Eye Surgery Institute is to allow you to keep optimal vision your entire life.  Many diseases require diagnosis and treatment at early stages to help prevent vision loss in the future.

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Many eye diseases can run in your family.  It is important to know your family history of eye diseases.  If you have a strong family history of eye problems, it is important to have more frequent eye examinations especially as you age.

Eye Safety

It is important to wear safety eye protection especially when working with tools, machines or chemicals.  This can include safety glasses, eye shields and goggles.  Many are made of polycarbonate because it is much stronger and more protective.   It is especially important to wear eye protection if you only have one eye that sees well.


It can be helpful to eat a healthy diet with lots of green, leafy vegetables.  This can help prevent certain eye diseases such as macular degeneration.

It is useful to wear sunglasses when outside.  This can help prevent against cataracts and macular degeneration.  It is also helpful to not smoke.  Smoking is bad for your overall health, including your eyes.

Alaina Kronenberg, M.D.
Cataract Specialist
Comprehensive Ophthalmologist
Dearborn, Michigan