• What Is Glaucoma And How Is It Treated?
    What Is Glaucoma and How Is It Treated? Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness that typically does not produce noticeable symptoms in the early stages. Many people do not realize Read more
  • How Is Glaucoma Managed With Medication?
    How Is Glaucoma Managed With Medication? Glaucoma is a significant eye condition that can cause severe vision loss and even blindness if left unmanaged. Intraocular pressure in your optic nerve can Read more
  • What Are Cataracts?
    What Are Cataracts? Cataracts can cause blurry vision or sensitivity to light, which can make tasks like reading or driving difficult. At Eye Doctors or Arizona in Downtown Phoenix, North Phoenix, Read more
  • What Is Cataract Surgery?
    What Is Cataract Surgery? Cataracts are an eye condition that becomes more common as you age. This condition impairs your vision by making the lens in your eyes cloudy. You should Read more
  • How to Determine If LASIK Surgery Is Right for You
    If you have vision challenges, you might consider finding “LASIK surgery near me” instead of wearing eyeglasses or contacts. Though LASIK is an excellent option for many people, it’s not Read more
  • 7 Signs You Might Have Eye Cataracts
    Cataracts are a common condition of the eye. They can appear in one eye or both eyes. By the time most people are eighty, they will have developed at least Read more
  • 7 Signs You Might Have Cataracts
    No one wants cataracts, but they are a fact of life for many people. If you're wondering whether you have them, there are several signs that you can look for. Read more
  • Signs of Sight Loss
    As you age, it's important to keep tabs on your health - including your vision. Our ophthalmologists at Eye Doctors of Arizona in Phoenix would like to help you do Read more
  • Bifocal Contact Lenses
    Bifocal contact lenses are a type of lens meant for people suffering from presbyopia. Presbyopia is an age-related condition where the eye experiences a gradual loss of its ability to Read more
  • Sports Vision
    Feeling like your performance on the field doesn’t measure up to your abilities? You could be suffering from a vision problem. If you would like to know about the relationship Read more
  • Understanding Pink Eye
    Pink eye is a condition that results from the eye's transparent covering becoming inflamed or infected. This can happen due to an allergic reaction, a viral infection, or a bacterial Read more
  • Understanding Presbyopia
    The most common reason people may need help from an eye doctor in Phoenix, AZ, is due to a refractive error. Presbyopia, hyperopia, myopia, and astigmatism are the most common Read more
  • Sports Eye Safety
    Sports Eye Safety As an athlete, you know that your vision is integral to your performance. Sports vision injuries impact your ability to meet or exceed your performance goals. At Eye Read more
  • Signs Your Kids Might Have Vision Problems
    Signs Your Kids Might Have Vision Problems Eye problems can affect anyone at any age. Some children show signs of vision problems when they are very young. If your child is Read more
  • Signs Of Sight Loss
    Sight Loss At Eye Doctors of Arizona in Phoenix, we help our patients keep their vision as strong as possible. This involves keeping eyes healthy as well as monitoring and correcting Read more
  • Healthy Aging and Your Eyes
    Aging and Your Eyes We heavily rely on our vision to complete tasks, perform activities, cherish memories, and see the ones we love. While we all would love to have perfect Read more

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Shea Park

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Downtown Phoenix

515 W. Buckeye Rd #104
Phoenix, AZ 85003

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North Phoenix

3321 East Bell Road B-12
Phoenix, AZ 85032

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Shea Park

10255 N. 32nd Street Suite B
Phoenix, AZ 85028

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Newman Eye Center - Cave Creek

20819 N Cave Creek Rd STE 102
Phoenix, AZ 85024

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Testimonials

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  • "I recommend Eye Doctors of Arizona. The entire staff is always happy, pleasant, and helpful. Dr. Heller is wonderful... always thorough, and accurate. An excellent doctor. I was fortunate to meet his second son, Ben, who will be joining the practice soon. Now with their two offices, it is even more convenient to book appointments."
    Erin D. -Customer Since 2015 Phoenix, AZ