Our team of ABO-certified opticians are ready to help you with frame selections, frame adjustments and repairs, and making lens recommendations.
In-house lens edging available
Our licensed Optometrists take a full health history, assess your visual status, and prescribe treatment for your visual problems. Our doctors thoroughly examine your overall eye health to check for ocular diseases such as glaucoma, cataract, dry eye, and retinal disease.
Unique Technology available in our office:
Optomap Ultra-Wide Retinal Imaging
I-Care eye pressure test (No air puff!)
Marco Automatic Phoropters
Light-Guided Octopus Visual Field Testing
NIDEK Corneal Topography
Children’s eye examinations are similar to adult examinations, but also emphasize on the following: patient’s developmental history and school performance, early diagnosis and treatment of eye turns (strabismus), lazy eye (amblyopia), color vision screening, and eye teaming and tracking.
Our Optometrists fit a wide selection of contact lenses including daily disposable, monovision/multifocal, toric, colored, and rigid gas permeable lenses. A good contact lens fit starts with a thorough eye exam, assessing the shape of the cornea (with topography), and checking the compatibility of the contact lens with the surface of the eye.
“Digital Eye Strain” also known as “Computer Vision Syndrome” (CVS) is becoming exceedingly common. You’ll be asked about your daily use with computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices. After assessing the strength and flexibility of your visual system, treatments (such as computer glasses) and techniques will be discussed by your optometrists to reduce your digital eye strain both at home and at work.
Early detection of diabetic retinopathy in patients with prediabetes, Type 1, or Type 2 diabetes is achieved with a comprehensive eye examination that includes dilated fundus examination. Eye drops will be used to fully assess the inside of the eye (the retina).
Our optometrists will evaluate your candidacy for LASIK by assessing our vision, curvature of the eye, and look for eye surface disease. Once we’ve determined you are a good candidate, we’ll review the risks and benefits of surgery and make the appropriate referral for consultation. After laser surgery, we also monitor for vision and eye health changes.
Cataract Management starts with a thorough eye examination. Our optometrists can detect the earliest levels of cataract, review habits to reduce your risk, and assess your candidacy for cataract surgery.