Our four convenient locations are close to you and offer comprehensive, high-quality eye care.

For your convenience, Dominion Eye Associates offers four eye care locations in Richmond, Colonial Heights, and Chesterfield. You can expect the highest quality of care and service from our entire team at every site. We pride ourselves on using state-of-the-art technology and specialized care to achieve positive outcomes. We have ophthalmologists and optometrists across our region and are expanding to accommodate our growing patient base and serve you better.  We are just a phone call or message away and we look forward to servicing your eye care needs!

See for yourself why Dominion Eye Associates is the right choice for your complete vision care.

We offer many services like:

Cataract Surgery

A cataract is a cloudiness in the eye’s lens, preventing light from passing through the eye and reaching the retina. Opacity in the eye can be minor or highly hindering to your vision. In cataract surgery, our doctors place a small incision in the eye. Through this incision, they remove the cloudy lens by the process of phacoemulsification. Then, the lens of the eye is replaced with a clear implant.

Glaucoma Care

Glaucoma is a disease of the eye that involves damage to the optic nerve. The optic nerve sends visual signals to the brain. Vision may be preserved with early detection and a commitment to following a treatment plan recommended by Dr. Davé or Dr. Parikh. From the moment patients walk through our doors, they will notice a warm and welcoming environment.

Diabetic Retinopathy

This disease can be detected by viewing the retina with instruments that illuminate and magnify the eye’s structures. If Diabetic Retinopathy is found, a series of photographs are taken as a dye travels through the retinal vessels.

Treatment of the disease depends on the location and degree of damage to the retina. If retinopathy occurs in the peripheral retina, careful monitoring of the condition may be all that is necessary. When retinopathy affects the macula and central vision, laser treatments may be required.


Then, call us at 804.285.0680 to make an appointment today!

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