Haas Vision Center

Haas Vision Center
6385 Corporate Dr
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
United States

Your Experienced Eye Specialist in Colorado Springs

Dr. Haas has been in private practice since 2005 when he completed his residency at Indiana University in Indianapolis. As an ophthalmologist, Dr. Haas is a fully trained medical and surgical doctor with four years of undergraduate studies and four years of medical school as well as internship and residency experience. He has seen and treated various eye and eyelid diseases as a comprehensive ophthalmologist in Colorado Springs.

When you need the best in Colorado Springs eye care from a doctor who is committed to meeting your needs, answering your questions and getting you the best possible care for your condition, contact Dr. Michael G. Haas. Dr. Haas specializes in cataract treatment at his private practice in Colorado Springs, and as a fully licensed, board-certified and trained ophthalmologist, he can treat most eye diseases and disorders.
Cataract Treatment in Colorado Springs

The treatment of cataracts is Dr. Haas' speciality. He can examine the eyes for vision deficits and prescribe corrective lenses. However, ophthalmologists can sometimes detect eye disorders, like cataracts, during their exams. An ophthalmologist in Colorado Springs is permitted by state law to dispense medications for the treatment and diagnosis of eye diseases. As an ophthalmologist, Dr. Haas may work with a local optometry specialist in Colorado Springs to confirm diagnoses and offer follow-up surgical care that an optometrist cannot provide. If you need cataract treatment in the Colorado Springs area, it is available as an outpatient procedure. Modern techniques allow Dr. Haas to remove cataracts at any stage of development. A tiny incision removes the cataract, then a synthetic lens can be inserted into your eye's surface to replace the damaged one.

Eye Care for Glaucoma

Glaucoma occurs when fluids do not properly drain from the eye, and pressure inside the eye builds up to levels that can damage the optic nerves, causing vision loss. Treatment for glaucoma aims to prevent or delay vision loss by lowering the pressure inside your eye and can involve surgery or medication. Dr. Haas will also recommend preventative measures if he feels that you are at risk of glaucoma. Your condition will be closely monitored; Dr. Haas cares about protecting your vision.

Eye Care for Diabetes

A number of diseases can affect the retinas of the eyes, including diabetes. At Haas Vision Center, you'll get the care you need to prevent or minimize vision loss. If you have diabetes, regular eye exams and diligent care from an experienced ophthalmologist like Dr. Haas are essential to control the damage diabetes can do to your eyes. If this damage is detected early enough, it can often be successfully treated. If you live in Colorado Springs or the surrounding area, don't trust your eye care to anyone else. With Dr. Haas you'll enjoy the care of an experienced physician and benefit from prompt treatment, in-depth education of your condition and top-notch customer service. Call Dr. Haas for your medical treatment and eye care in Colorado Springs today - his number is 719-272-4227.
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