We are a fully equipped eyecare clinic offering comprehensive eye examinations for patients of all ages. We strive to make your eye examination as thorough and convenient as possible, starting with options for online booking, text, phone and email reminders, and direct billing of your MSP and extended insurance benefits.
Comprehensive Eye Exam
Your comprehensive eye examination includes three main components:
- Vision assessment. Refraction is performed to diagnose and determine your best optical correction for myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia.
- Total eye health assessment. Our doctors will check for eye disease such as glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, dry eyes, and diabetic retinopathy. We diagnosis, manage and treat both acute and chronic eye issues, and recommend ways to keep your eyes healthy in the future.
- Lens consultation. Our doctors and licensed opticians will discuss the best options to optimally correct your vision with glasses or contact lenses, including options for UV protection, sports eyewear, safety glasses and other customized solutions.
Wearing contacts? Please assist us by bringing your contact lens prescription or your lens packaging to your office visit
Problem Specific Exam
Our doctors can assess and treat red eyes, sore eyes, sudden onset blurred vision, double vision, flashes and floaters, and vision loss. We can perform foreign body removals and treat abrasions and injuries. We give you excellent care on an urgent basis and keep you from having to wait in the emergency room.
We do LASIK and refractive surgery assessments and co-management.
We utilize EIDON retinal imaging as part of every comprehensive eye exam. The EIDON retinal camera is a state-of-the-art imaging technology which provides a wide-field, high definition photo of the retina. This helps us diagnose and monitor eye diseases such as macular degeneration and glaucoma, as well as complications of diabetes and high blood pressure. The images are saved as a permanent part of your record, allowing us to compare the images year to year and detect any changes.
Visual field testing is available for assessing your peripheral vision for driver’s exams and glaucoma testing.
Dilation drops may be used to better assess your ocular health. These drops will open up your pupils and make you more light sensitive for about two to four hours. They may make your near vision temporarily blurred. Most patients are fine to drive with dilated pupils, but will require sunglasses for comfort outside.