Dr. David Johnson and the staff at McCormick Eye Center are ready to meet the vision needs of our patients. As a general ophthalmologist, Dr. Johnson can perform annual or routine eye exams, diagnose and treat or manage diseases of the eye, including cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration. Dr. Johnson is also a skilled cataract surgeon. Schedule an appointment today by clicking on the tab to the right or by contacting our office.... click here.




Cataract Surgery

The development of cataracts is common among people over the age of 50. Advances in technology have even allowed cataract treatment to correct for many visual conditions. Premium IOLs may reduce a person's dependency on glasses or contact lenses.

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma is an eye disease that often occurs without any obvious symptoms. Many people don't discover they have glaucoma until the disease is advanced. In fact, 50% of the estimated 3 million Americans that have glaucoma are unaware they have it. Scheduling glaucoma screenings on a regular basis is the most effective way to detect and manage this eye disease. Once glaucoma is diagnosed, management of the disease may help slow the progression and preserve a patient's remaining vision.

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Diabetes & Vision

If you have diabetes, regular visits to our office for vision exams is important to avoid eye problems. High blood sugar (glucose) increases the risk of eye problems from diabetes. In fact, diabetes is a leading cause of blindness in adults age 20 to 74.

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Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Diagnosing age-related macular degeneration (AMD) in its earliest stages may help slow or more successfully manage its progression. In its earliest stages, people may not be aware they have macular degeneration until they notice slight changes in their vision or until it is detected during an eye exam

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Dry Eye Syndrome

A stable tear film naturally lubricates and protects the eye from air-borne irritants and debris. Sometimes people don't produce enough or the right quality of tears to keep their eyes healthy and comfortable. This condition is known as dry eye syndrome. Dry eye syndrome is sometimes referred to as dysfunctional tear syndrome and ocular surface disease. Most often, it’s simply referred to as “dry eye.”

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