Comprehensive Eye Exam: We recommend that patients get a yearly health examination regardless of vision. Seeing clearly with or without glasses is just a fraction of your overall eye health. An eye health examination is to detect and screen for ocular eye diseases before it can cause permanent vision loss.
Comprehensive Pediatric Exams: It is especially important for children to get early eye exams in order to insure proper development of vision. According to the American Optometric Association, infants should have their first eye examination at 6 months of age. This is to detect and prevent permanent visual lost stemming from a common condition called Amblyopia. A common name for this condition is called “Lazy Eye.” Please note that an eye turn is NOT the only criteria for developing Amblyopia.
Dry Eye: Dry eye syndrome is a condition that affects many of us. It can be as minor as a slight burning/watering sensation or it can be severe enough to cause permanent eye damage. Don’t suffer in silence. Schedule a dry eye consultation today for relief!
Ocular Allergies: Tired of those itchy, watery, swollen, and red eyes? Ocular allergies affect thousands of us daily and some of us don’t even realize that there is help out there! You don’t have to suffer from ocular allergies. Ocular allergies are especially prominent in the spring, summer, and fall months. You don’t have to discontinue contact lens wear when it hits you! Please give us the opportunity to bring you relief!
Emergency Visit: All emergency visits are GUARANTEED to be seen the SAME day.
Foreign Body: Accidentally got something in your eye? Stop manipulating the foreign object as you may cause further damage.
Trauma: All direct traumas to the eye required a thorough evaluation to rule out damage to the back of the eye.
Red Eyes: Not all red eyes are the same; therefore one must approach each case with caution. Some require just artificial tears for lubrication and comfort while others may cause blindness if it is not addressed promptly.
Sudden flashes of light or floaters: These may be early signs of a retinal detachment. A thorough dilated examination needs to be performed in order to rule out this potentially blinding condition.
Eyeglasses & Contacts: Not all glasses are created equal. We provide the highest quality glasses and sunglasses to fit your exact needs and lifestyle. Choosing the right eyewear is no easy task, but our eye care professionals will assist you in selecting the perfect frame for that perfect fit. We will also recommend what lenses will be the best for your unique lifestyle, be it a single vision lens or a no line multifocal. We offer a huge selection of frames for even the most selective of patients and offer an extensive array of most the technologically advance lenses for every aspect of your life.
If you elect contact lenses, a thorough health examination your eyes will be carefully evaluated in order to determine the best lens for YOU. Here is but a small list of the lenses that we offer:
Toric Contact lenses: “I can’t wear contact lenses because I have astigmatism!” This myth no longer applies.
Bifocal and Multifocal Contact Lenses: Provides another option if the word “bifocal” makes you cringe.
Rigid Gas Permeables: For the patient with the irregular cornea or high astigmatism.
Contacts for “hard to fit” patients: There are few and far between patients that cannot wear contact lenses.
Give us the opportunity to give you a complimentary contact lens evaluation.
Here are some of the popular brands that we offer:
- Air Optix
- And many more...
Contact us if you do not see a brand that you are interested in.