Comprehensive Eye Care

A Comprehensive Eye Exam is more than reading a chart or seeing

20/20 and will include the following:

  • Detailed health case history and review of visual requirements.

  • Pre-testing including evaluation of blood pressure, color vision, visual acuity and digital imaging of the retina.

  • Detailed refraction for the measurement of refractive error, which often results in better than 20/20 acuity, including depth perception and eye muscle deficiency testing.

  • Dilated eye examination when warranted.

  • Internal eye valuation for presence of glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, cataracts, macular degeneration and follow up treatment for all these conditions.

  • Dry eye evaluation and management.

  • Evaluation and treatment of eye infections and injury, including foreign body removal.

  • Refractive surgery (LASIK) pre and post-op management.

  • Pediatric eye care