Services

Laser Refractive Surgery Co-Management

Laser Vision Correction (Refractive Surgery) is a good option for certain patients who want to have good vision without glasses or contact lenses. We work with local refractive surgeons to co-manage patients. First, your optometrist will do a pre-operative assessment to determine whether you are a good candidate for surgery and discuss your options. After […]



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Ocular Disease Management

Many eye diseases should to be detected early for a better prognosis and monitored regularly. Your optometrist will work with your family doctor and/or ophthalmologist to co-manage your eye health. Some common eye diseases that we co-manage include: Diabetes – Every patient with diabetes is recommended to have an annual comprehensive eye exam. Diabetes often […]



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Emergency Eye Care

We welcome patients who have ocular emergencies that need to be assessed immediately. Examples of emergencies include red eyes, foreign bodies in the eye, sudden vision loss and blur, sudden peripheral vision loss, eye pain, and symptoms of flashes and/or floaters. Many eye emergencies need to be diagnosed and treated quickly for a better prognosis. […]



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Contact Lens Fitting/Ortho K

A contact lens fitting is needed to determine a contact lens prescription. This service can be added to any comprehensive eye exam. A contact lens is a medical device that sits on a very sensitive part of human tissue, called the cornea. If a lens does not fit your eye well, is not cared for […]



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Children’s Eye Exam

Eye exams are recommended for children starting at the age of 6 months old. During the early years of your child’s vision development, they are learning how to focus on objects near and far, how to coordinate both eyes to work together (eg. depth perception), and how to coordinate the eyes to work with other […]



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Comprehensive Eye Exams for Adults and Seniors

A comprehensive eye exam is much more than reading an eye chart on the wall. First off, your optometrist will inquire about your current/past eye and general health history. This is important because many general health conditions and medications may affect your eyes. Your family history is also important because it will determine your risk […]



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