Maintaining good vision is ensured through regular, comprehensive eye exams. Depending on your age and your health status, it is recommended that you have a complete eye exam every 1 to 3 years.
Contact lens fittings
With today's variety of contact lenses, there are lenses for just about everyone. Your Optometrist will determine the right lens type for you, and evaluate the impact of lens wear on the health of your eyes.
Frame selection and fittings
We offer an excellent selection of independent and designer eyewear to suit your personal style. Our optical staff will assist you in picking out the pair of glasses that work best for you.
Diabetic eye care
People with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing eye diseases. The most common problem is diabetic retinopathy, which is the leading cause of blindness in American adults. If you have diabetes, you should have a complete eye exam every year.
Retinal imaging allows your Optometrist to examine the retina, blood vessels, and optic nerve in the back of your eyes. This helps your Optometrist in detecting and managing ocular diseases that affect your vision and overall health.
Many eye diseases have no early symptoms. It is important that you see your Optometrist right away if you have a sudden change in vision, see flashes of light, or have double vision. Your best defense against eye diseases is to have regular eye exams.
When something's wrong with your eyes, you don't have to wait. We offer same day appointments for patients requiring urgent care.
Dry eye treatment
Dry eye is a common condition, which occurs when there are insufficient tears to lubricate the eye. Tears are necessary for maintaining good eye health.
Recommendation for eye surgery
If you're considering laser vision correction or require surgical management of your eye condition, we will refer you to a highly-qualified surgeon in our network.