Treatment for a Full Range of Thyroid Eye Disease Symptoms
Thyroid eye disease is an inflammatory autoimmune disorder that affects the structures around the eye, expanding the fat and the muscles. It can cause dry eye, eyelid retraction, red eyes, bulging eyes and puffy eyes. Some people may experience double vision with the inability to move each eye fully. Since thyroid eye disease affects multiple areas of the eye and face and is affected by the body’s hormone and inflammatory status, we bring together a team of specialists to manage all aspects of your care.
Our USC Roski Eye Institute ophthalmology and oculoplastic experts work collaboratively with endocrinology; ear, nose and throat; and rheumatology doctors to treat this complex disease and design a strategic treatment plan to ease your symptoms and to improve your vision and quality of life.
Internationally Renowned Consultations and Eye Care
By listening and providing compassionate care, we tailor our state-of-the-art diagnostic services and innovative treatments to your unique needs.
We are widely recognized as a leader in patient care, vision research and physician education.
Our team of collaborators in endocrinology, rheumatology and rhinology have achieved groundbreaking results in medical discoveries and revolutionary treatments that bring new hope to patients with debilitating diseases.
Our nationally and internationally renowned physicians represent every ophthalmic specialty and are available to you for consultations, specialized testing and treatment.