• Comprehensive Eye Exam.  A comprehensive eye exam, with dilation, includes a series of tests to determine the health of the eyes and visual status. 
            These tests are as follows:
  1. Visual Acuity Testing. Visual acuity is a measurement of the patient's vision using an eye chart. This exam is a preliminary test of how clearly a patient can see in each eye; however, it does not give a prescription for corrective lenses.
  2. Confrontational Fields. This grossly measures the patient's peripheral (side) vision.  This test also allows the doctor to determine if conditions, such as stroke, brain tumors, or glaucoma, have affected your vision.
  3. Pupil Testing. Assesses the neurological function of the nervous system.
  4. Retinoscopy.  The retinscope is a hand-held instrument that allows the doctor to obtain you approximate prescription for eyeglasses.
  5. Phoropter | Refraction.   The phoropter an instrument that is positioned in front of the patient’s face during the eye exam. Refraction is preformed to determine a patients' refractive status -  will tell the doctor which prescription lenses will correct the eyesight.
  6. Slit Lamp Test.  The slit lamp is an instrument that allows the doctor to examine the internal and external parts of the eye in detail, such as the conjunctiva, iris, lens, cornea, retina and the optic nerve. *Early diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases are essential for preventing vision loss.
  7. Tonometry.  Tonometry is a test to determine the IOP (intraocular pressure- the pressure inside your eye) and is one test used to detect glaucoma.  Glaucoma is a disease of the optic nerve that can cause peripheral vision loss if the IOP in the eye is too high.
  8. Dilated Pupillary Exam.  Pupil Dilation drops are administered to give the doctor a wider field of view of the retina for signs of diseases. 
  • Medical Eye Exam v. Vision Eye Exam.  A Medical Eye examination is a comprehensive examination of the eye that reveals a complex abnormality of the eye and/or systemic conditions that may negatively compromise the visual system.


  • Visual Field Test. This in-depth measurement of the patient's peripheral (side) vision.  This test also allows the doctor to determine if conditions, such as stroke, brain tumors, or glaucoma, have affected your vision.
 
  • Ocular Surface Health ExaminationAn examination of the ocular surface with attention to the function of the eyelids, meibomian glands, cornea, and root causes of Dry Eye Syndrome.
 
  • LipiScan is the first dedicated high-definition gland imager that allows eye care professionals to assess meibomian gland structure during routine workups in a practice setting.
 
  • LipiFlow® is an FDA approved, in office treatment for Meibomian Glands Dysfunction (MGD).
 
  • BlephEx® is an eyelid cleaning procedure. The cleaning procedure should be repeated every 4 to 6 months.
 
  • Refractive Surgery Consults.
 
  • Contact Lens Examination.

          ...and so much more!

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Tuesday

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Wednesday

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Thursday

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Friday

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Saturday

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Sunday

12:30 am - 5:00 pm

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Saturday
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