Our ophthalmologists serve the eye care needs of South Carolinians, from conducting routine eye
exams to managing complex and high risk surgical eye problems. In addition to our strong emphasis on primary eye care and prevention of blindness, we offer a full range of subspecialty services.
Our subspecialty care includes neuro-ophthalmology (dealing with nerve abnormalities) and pediatric ophthalmology, as well as treatment of corneal disorders, retina diseases, and glaucoma. We also provide diabetic eye care, low vision services, cornea and cataract surgery, and cosmetic lid procedures (to correct excessive skin around the eyes).
The Optical Department is conveniently located next to our practice, providing patients with a wide range of choices in eyeglasses and contact lenses.
Patients may call for routine eye care or subspecialty appointments.
The USC School of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology provides specialty
care at all locations
including refractive surgery (laser vision correction) and cataract evaluation.
We also care for glaucoma, diabetes, and age related macular degeneration. Additionally,
all of our physicians are certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. For
more information regarding eye problems, a list of physician-approved websites
are provided below.
An Overview of Albininsim and the Eye By Nicole M. Psaltis, OD, Assistant Professor