What type of exam do you need?
Key Words & Symptoms
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
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:
presbyopia (need for distance & near correction in one lens)
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.
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.
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 (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.
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.
Addresses specific eye-related symptoms you may be having. These symptoms include but are not limited to:
red eyes (aka pink eye)
swelling of the eyelids
something in the eye (or feels like it)
weepy or watery eyes
eye pain after computer-use
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.