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A complete eye exam involves a series of tests designed to evaluate your vision and check for eye diseases, taking an average of 30 minutes.
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The American Optometric Association recommends that infants have their first eye exam between 6-12 months of age. Some signs to look for, but not limited, is constant turning of their head to one side or if their pupils do not look the same.
Less than 15% of all preschoolers have received an eye exam from an optometrist. Eye exams before entering school ensures their vision is accurate and avoids potential learning problems. Your child may sit close to the tv, hold phones/tablets close to their face, tilting their head to one side while watching tv
In many cases, the child has lived with the eye condition since birth and may not know anything different, therefore not realizing that something is wrong. They may have trouble paying attention during lessons, trouble seeing the board, letters jump around when reading
Trouble focusing when reading, complaints of headaches, eyes feel tired after using a digital device
It is recommended that adults have their eyes examined every year, even if you do not wear any correction, to check for eye diseases, that we have no symptoms for. When it comes to your eyes, prevention is the best medicine
The American Optometric Association recommends that seniors over the age of 60 receive annual eye exams. The risk of developing eye diseases increase as we age, and many diseases can be managed and treated if detected early, as in the case of glaucoma
One of our staff members will be able to guide you in the proper care and insertion methods for your contacts. We offer soft contacts including daily disposables, lenses for astigmatism, colors and multifocal lenses
Our doctor is able to treat corneal diseases that require a specialty lens, including but not limited to, keratoconus, and corneal transplants. Ortho-K lenses are a type of Corneal Refractive Therapy that refers to a technologically advanced, non-surgical process, which reshapes the cornea while you sleep
Signs and symptoms include: burning, itching, aching, scratchy, redness, fatigue, sensitivity to light, difficulty driving at night, and/or a sensation of having something in your eyes
Also referred to as Digital Eye Strain can result from prolonged computer, tablet and cell phone use. You may experience eye discomfort and vision problems when viewing a digital screen for extended periods
Signs and symptoms include: itching, tearing, swelling, and/or redness and can cause temporary blurriness
For patients who are experiencing medical problems with their eyes such as itching, pain, redness, or a sudden loss or change in vision, or for patients who have been diagnosed with conditions known to affect the eyes such as diabetes, hypertension and thyroid problems
This exam is recommended once a year for patients diagnosed with diabetes, and includes dilating the pupils to ensure the doctor is able to see inside your eyes to inspect for damage caused by diabetic retinopathy
Glaucoma is an eye disease that can cause vision loss and blindness. There is no cure for glaucoma, therefore early detection and treatment are essential to stopping or slowing the disease progression and saving vision
Cataracts is a clouding of the normally clear lens of your eye, that results in hazy vision and sensitivity to glare. The doctor is able to diagnose cataracts and be able to refer you to the appropriate ophthalmologist for the surgical procedure, and in addition handle all post-operative care after your surgery.
Our office uses high-resolution imaging to take a digital picture of the back of your eye, and is used to detect early signs of damage to the retina due to certain diseases.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye disease that may get worse over time. It's the leading cause of severe, permanent vision loss in people over age 60. Early detection is key and referral to an opthalmologist for surgical treatment may be warranted.
A non-essential eye surgery used to improve the refractive state of the eye and decrease or eliminate dependency on glasses or contact lenses, including LASIK, PRK, and corneal cross-linking. Our doctor can provide a consultation to determine if you are an eligible candidate as well as handle any post-operative care.
Most common include: painful or red eye, eye injury or foreign body, sudden loss of vision, a curtain or veil over vision, flashes or floaters, halos around lights, sensitivity to light, sudden onset of double vision.