Routine Vision Examinations
Our optometrists offer routine eye exams for checking vision and updating glasses or contact lens prescriptions. They are also screening for eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, age related macular degeneration and many others that can affect the ocular system. If your doctor finds anything abnormal during your vision exam, further testing of a medical nature may be needed at a subsequent visit.
Routine vision examinations do not qualify for prescribing medications as well as yearly diabetic examinations.
Medical Eye Examinations
This is a medically necessary comprehensive eye exam for the diagnoses and treatment of diseases and conditions of the eye such as corneal disorders, dry eye syndrome, cataracts, glaucoma or a glaucoma suspect as well as many others. This exam evaluates the reasons for the symptoms and assesses any treatment needed.
Contact Lens Examinations
Contact lens exams include special tests that are not always done during an exam for glasses. Our doctors will discuss with you your contact lens options that are available for you after they have assessed your eyes. Usually, it may take two to three follow up visits to complete a contact lens fitting. If you wear or decide to wear contact lenses you must be seen on a yearly basis or more frequently depending on your ocular health.
Emergency Services available as well as some other same day services.