Gene Wyll, M.D.
Ophthalmologist, Surgeon and Contact Lens Specialist

Patients with diabetes are at risk of developing eye problems that can lead to significant vision loss.  Early detection and treatment of diabetic eye disease can, in many instances, prevent the development of serious vision issues.  Because these problems can develop initially without any symptoms it is recommended by The American Academy of Ophthalmology that all diabetics have a dilated eye exam at least once a year.

A dilated eye examination will be performed.  After dilation, Dr. Wyll will examine the inside of the eye with an instrument called an ophthalmoscope, which enables him to view both the central and peripheral areas of the retina and vitreous.  If indicated, specialized tests will be performed during the exam. 

After the exam he will discuss his findings and recommend the best possible solution for your issues.

Dr. Wyll has vast experience in evaluating and treating diabetic patients.  If you are a diabetic and have not had an exam within the past year, please call today and schedule your diabetic eye exam with Gene Wyll, M.D.

610 North Coit, Suite 2115 Richardson, Texas 75080    Telephone 214-575-4455    Fax  972-918-0480

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