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Comprehensive Exam

Comprehensive Examination: 

 

Also known as an Annual Eye Examination, this preventive exam is important in maintaining good eye & overall health. It includes tests to:

  • determine the best prescription for your visual needs

  • test efficiency of eye coordination & teaming

  • observe the ocular structures 

Not all eye exams are created equal. What makes the Family Tree Optometric comprehensive exam different from other practices? The short answer is time. We take more time with each patient, we get to know you, to better understand what you need to see and how your using your vision. We have more time to look for health concerns that others might not have the time to test for in their examination. 

Here are just a few of the health conditions Dr. I has found during her comprehensive eye examinations.

  • Retinal detachment

  • Brain aneurysm

  • Rosacea

  • High blood pressure (Patient was unaware of this prior to exam)

  • Diabetes (Patient was unaware of this prior to exam)

  • Optic nerve swelling

  • Small tumor (Patient was unaware of tumor, they came in complaining of headaches)

Contact Lens Evaluation

Contact Lens Evaluation: 

 

Determines the contact lenses that work best for your eyes & lifestyle & ensures they fit properly & are comfortable. Contact lenses are suitable to correct:

  • nearsightedness

  • farsightedness

  • astigmatism

  • presbyopia (need for distance & near correction in one lens)

InfantSEE Examination

InfantSEE Assessment

Preventive assessment for your infant (during the first year, ideal between 6 & 9 months). These are no-cost & are important in determining proper visual development. Performed tests detect non-apparent visual problems that can lead to developmental & learning difficulties later on. Such health issues are easier to correct if treated early. 

Refraction

Refraction

 

Reveals how your lens powers may have changed. Let's face it, your eyes (& especially your children's eyes) don't always change just prior to Annual Comprehensive Eye Exams. If you or a loved one is having difficulty seeing objects (distant or near) & the last exam was a few months ago, a refraction will detect the change & get you seeing clearer & more comfortably again.

Refractive Surgery

Refractive Surgery (e.g. LASIK) Pre-Op Assessments:

Evaluates whether you are a good candidate for a Refractive Surgery like LASIK. Historical variability of your prescription & health of all ocular structures is assessed. In addition, important information about the procedure is discussed & you are matched to a fantastic surgeon with a known track record of superb outcomes.

Health & Wellness Evaluation

Health & Wellness (Dilation) Evaluation

Eye health evaluation where your pupils are dilated for a better view of internal eye structures. These evaluations are especially important if you've been diagnosed with life-threatening conditions like Diabetes & High Blood Pressure.

Optomap

Retinal Imaging (Optomap)

 

Panoramic 200 degree picture of your retina (a.k.a. the back of the eye) taken to help in the early detection of life-threatening diseases like Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Cancer, & Stroke.

Problem-Focus Visit

Problem-Focused Visit

Addresses specific eye-related symptoms you may be having. These symptoms include but are not limited to:

  • red eyes (aka pink eye)

  • itchy eyes

  • swelling of the eyelids

  • something in the eye (or feels like it)

  • painful eye(s)

  • light sensitivity

  • weepy or watery eyes

  • eye pain after computer-use

  • flashes

  • floaters

Cataract Surgery (e.g. LASIK) Pre-Op Assessments:

Evaluates whether you are a good candidate for Cataract Surgery. Historical variability of your prescription, best corrected vision, & health of all ocular structures is assessed. In addition, important information about the procedure is discussed & you are matched to a fantastic surgeon with a known track record of superb outcomes.

Cataract Surgery
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