Types of Diabetic Eye Disease

Types of Diabetic Eye Disease

More than 28% of diabetics age 40 or older have a diabetic eye disease. These numbers are only expected to grow in the upcoming years due to the decrease in physical activity and healthy eating. Types of Diabetes Type 1 A chronic condition in which the pancreas...
Who Gets Macular Degeneration?

Who Gets Macular Degeneration?

Macular degeneration is the deterioration of the macula, the small central area of the eye that controls visual acuity. Typically developing macular degeneration is a slow, painless vision loss. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) Macular degeneration is often...
Nutrition and Your Eyes

Nutrition and Your Eyes

The foods you eat and the dietary supplements you take affect your overall health and the health of your eyes. Nutrition and your eyes are linked together and can help prevent certain eye diseases along with other health problems. Healthy Foods Choosing healthy foods...
Non-Glare: See Better and Look Better

Non-Glare: See Better and Look Better

We understand your eyewear has become part of your style and fashion. Not only do you want to show off your cool new frames, but you also want to make sure to reduce the glare on your lenses so people can see the natural beauty of your eyes. A non-glare coating is a...

Attention Please:

The safety of our patients and staff is of the utmost importance to Peachtree City Eye Center; therefore, in light of the issues surrounding COVID-19, we wanted to let our patients know about the precautionary steps we are taking.

Patients are required to wear a mask upon arrival to our office. If you do not have a mask, you will have to purchase a mask or you will be asked to reschedule your appointment.

Any patient with a fever is asked not to enter the office.

We are asking patients to come to their scheduled exam alone. A guardian will be required for children 17 and younger. If the patient requires a caretaker, one person can accompany the patient.

We are asking patients to call us when they arrive for the exam and stay in their vehicle.

No Walk-in appointment at this time. Please call 770-487-8900.