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Comprehensive Vision Exam
A comprehensive vision exam in our practice includes an evaluation of your overall health history as well as your ocular history. We do a refraction to determine your glasses and contact lens prescription if you wear contacts. Contact lens patients have their corneal topography mapped and are fit with the best lenses based on their prescription and lifestyle. Binocularity tests, which determine how well your eyes are teaming together, are performed. Your eyes are dilated to allow us to do a complete health evaluation of the internal structures of your eyes. Visual field tests (testing peripheral vision), blood pressure screening, retinal photography, and measurements of your intra-ocular pressure are all done during the exam. We communicate our findings to your pediatrician, internal medicine physician, or other referral sources if needed.

Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT)
Correct your vision while you sleep with safe, nonsurgical Paragon CRT lenses. These specially designed lenses reshape the cornea temporarily during the night. Take the lenses out in the morning and enjoy clear vision through the day without glasses or daytime contacts.

OCT
Our Doctors are currently utilizing OCT scans to monitor glaucoma patients as well as patients with retinal abnormalities. The non-invasive instrument gives a cross section view of the retinal layers of the eye. These scanned images are reviewed and retained for future comparisons to evaluate disease progression. The OCT instrument is particularly valuable for detecting and monitoring Macular Degeneration. Combining the OCT scans with retinal photos allows for careful monitoring of subtle retinal changes.

LASIK Consultation
Laser Vision Correction is a surgical approach to correction of hyperopia, myopia, or astigmatism. Both doctors have had specialized training to assist LASIK patients in pre and post-operative care. We work with a variety of surgical centers and refer based on each patient’s individual needs.









Children’s Vision
Our office staff welcomes children and we make every effort to make the examination a positive experience for both the child and the parent. We recommend eye exams before one year of age, at 3 years, at 5-6 years, and then every year or two depending on the case.
Roughly 80% of children’s learning is achieved through the visual system. Regular vision exams help ensure that your child’s eyes are healthy, the eyes are properly aligned, and the vision is clear.

Infant SEE
InfantSEE is a public health programs designed to ensure that vision care becomes an integral part of well-baby care. The program stresses early detection management and treatment of ocular conditions. Both doctors are InfantSEE doctors and will provide a comprehensive infant eye assessment at no charge within the first year of age. InfantSEE will complement the care a child receives at the pediatrician’s office by broadening the review of the infant’s vision and eye health status.