Our comprehensive eye exams are thoroughly designed, using a multi-step diagnosis approach coupled with digital ocular tests, to acutely assess the overall health of your eyes. We strive to personalize your eye exam for your optical needs by listening to your concerns and balancing them with our multi-step diagnosis;
A fundus imaging is the creation of a digital image of the interior surface of the eye, including the retina, optic disc, macula, and posterior pole (i.e. the fundus). This technology allows us to evaluate the peripheral retinal health WITHOUT dilation by usage of blurring, burning eye drops. At every annual eye exam, we track and compare the images to prior years and analyze the progressions and any abnormal changes to the retinal health.
Mapping of the surface of the cornea allows very early detection of genetic abnormalities that may require special care to maintain eye health and also determines whether a patient is a good candidate for laser surgery or corneal reshaping. It enhances the ability to fit regular contacts more successfully, notably for patients with irregular corneas.
A visual field test is an eye examination that can detect dysfunction in central and peripheral vision which may be caused by various medical conditions such as glaucoma, stroke, brain tumors, or other neurological deficits. We use the latest equipment and technology to perform this test.
Patients who have issues with dry eyes may have developed problems from LASIK surgery, contact lenses, or from systematic problems, such as Sjogren’s Syndrome. Dry eyes can be irritating and disruptive to your everyday life.
Pink eye treatment and relief from red eyes is just a phone call away! Typically, patients with pink, red, or painful eyes are dealing with an infection, bacterial build up, or other serious condition, so we welcome these patients in for same day appointments for conjunctivitis treatment or treatment of red eye.
Staring excessively at computer screens and other digital devices may cause eye fatigue and discomfort. In addition, these screens emit “blue light” that can cause certain vision issues over the long run.
The progressive ocular disease, Glaucoma, is a serious condition that can impact a person’s peripheral vision as they age. We offer advanced Glaucoma screening tools and diagnostic approaches to help catch the signs and symptoms of this disease early on.
LASIK (Laser Assisted in-Situ Keratomileusis) is the most common approach to refractive ocular surgery today and can help patients restore their vision without contacts or glasses. We provide LASIK vision screening services and offer an unbiased and educated opinion to you on the best procedures for eye enhancement.