Comprehensive Eye Exams
Your eyes change over time!
Due to things such as natural aging, climate, hormones, pregnancy, medications, and daily activities it is common for our eyes to need some corrective aids over time. Just like you would see your family doctor to maintain your health, it is vital to visit your optometrist to maintain excellent vision and quality of life!
With a comprehensive eye exam at our clinic, our optometrist will not only determine your prescription for eyeglasses and or contact lenses but will also check your eyes for common eye diseases, as well as assess the overall health of your eyes.
Many ocular diseases can develop without symptoms. Diseases such as diabetes, glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration can permanently damage your vision if left untreated. We provide high-resolution images to catch signs of disease early as well as monitor subtle changes in your eye health by comparing photos side-by-side over time.
Our clinic is equipped with the latest technology to diagnose and treat patients including:
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT): This imaging technology uses rays of light to take high-resolution, cross-sectional images of the back of your retina, optical disc, and blood vessels. The use of light allows us to comfortably examine the layers of the retina in order to fully assess and care for your eyes.
Fundus Camera: This camera uses a low-power microscope to take full color, high-resolution images of the fundus or the back of the eye. This helps to detect any abnormalities within the retina and optic nerve.
Visual Field Testing: Loss of peripheral vision can be a sign of diseases like glaucoma. Our clinic uses modern, innovative, virtual reality technology to measure the accuracy of the vision on the edges or sides of your eye
Intraocular Pressure: This is the fluid pressure inside our eyeballs. Since you cannot feel your own eye pressure, it’s essential to have an optometrist measure this. If uncontrolled, it can lead to severe vision loss such as glaucoma.