COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAMINATION

Our doctors are committed to provide a comprehensive eye examination to every patient, which can reveal underlying health conditions you may not be aware of.

If you only get vision screening tests, you will be able to get a prescription for glasses but having a comprehensive eye examination at our clinic will check for both your vision exam and your eye health.

We screen you for glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and other retinal diseases. Our doctors may need to dilate your eyes and run more testing if any abnormal signs were noted.

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COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAMINATION

Our doctors are committed to provide a comprehensive eye examination to every patient,
which can reveal underlying health conditions you may not be aware of.

If you only get vision screening tests, you will be able to get a prescription for glasses but
having a comprehensive eye examination at our clinic will check for both your vision exam
and your eye health.

We screen you for glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and other retinal diseases. Our
doctors may need to dilate your eyes and run more testing if any abnormal signs were noted.

SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY

 

GLAUCOMA DIAGNOSIS & MANAGEMENT

GLAUCOMA DIAGNOSIS & MANAGEMENT

Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in America.
It is usually associated with a buildup of internal eye pressure, which can damage the eye’s optic nerve
that transmits visual information to the brain leading to a loss in peripheral vision, and if not treated
could then lead to blindness.

During every examination we screen our patients for glaucoma, and if any risk was noted, more testing
could be done to rule out or conform diagnosis and initiate treatment

Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in America.
It is usually associated with a buildup of internal eye pressure, which can damage the eye’s optic nerve
that transmits visual information to the brain leading to a loss in peripheral vision, and if not treated
could then lead to blindness.

During every examination we screen our patients for glaucoma, and if any risk was noted, more testing
could be done to rule out or conform diagnosis and initiate treatment

Diabetic eye care

Diabetic retinopathy is a serious sight-threatening complication of diabetes where the tiny blood vessels leak blood and other fluids to the retinal tissue to swell, resulting in cloudy or blurred vision.

Patients with diabetes who can better control their blood sugar levels will slow the onset and progression of diabetic retinopathy.

Early detection of diabetic retinopathy is very important to prevent further complication.
Our doctors use the most advanced technology to take photos and scans throughout the retina to screen for any changes under the retina and catch and changes that could lead later on to more damage and blindness if it goes untreated.

Diabetic retinopathy is a serious sight-threatening complication of diabetes where the tiny
blood vessels leak blood and other fluids to the retinal tissue to swell, resulting in cloudy
or blurred vision.

Patients with diabetes who can better control their blood sugar levels will slow the onset
and progression of diabetic retinopathy.

Early detection of diabetic retinopathy is very important to prevent further complication.

Our doctors use the most advanced technology to take photos and scans throughout the
retina to screen for any changes under the retina and catch and changes that could lead
later on to more damage and blindness if it goes untreated.

 

LASIK & VISION CORRECTION

LASIK & VISION CORRECTION

There are several surgical vision correction options depending
on your glasses prescription, cornea shape and thickness,
and your eye health.

After your comprehensive eye examination our doctors will
determine if you are a good candidate for surgical vision correction
and discuss the best procedure for your eyes.

There are several surgical vision correction options depending
on your glasses prescription, cornea shape and thickness,
and your eye health.

After your comprehensive eye examination our doctors will
determine if you are a good candidate for surgical vision correction
and discuss the best procedure for your eyes.

SMILE

SMILE is the most advanced laser vision correction for people with myopia (nearsightedness), with or without astigmatism, providing LASIK-like outcomes in a minimally invasive procedure, that is bladeless, flapless, and effortless.

ICL

(implantable collamer lens)

ICL (implantable collamer lens) provides sharper and clearer vision than most
other forms of vision correction.

The ICL allows excellent results without altering the shape of the cornea.
While traditional contact lenses fit on the surface of the eye, ICL are surgically
placed within the eye.

They are positioned between the iris (which is the colored part of the eye) and
the eye’s natural lens.

These lenses are intended to permanently correct vision, but they can be
replaced if eyes subsequently change.

VUITY EYE DROPS

(Non-Surgical near vision correction)

As we age, the lenses of our eyes become harder and less flexible, making it more difficult
to see up close, which is known as presbyopia.

Vuity is the first and only FDA-approved prescription eye drop to treat age-related blurry
near vision (presbyopia) in adults.

It is important to have a full comprehensive eye exam prior to starting these drops.
Ask our doctors is you are a candidate for Vuity.

As we age, the lenses of our eyes become harder and less flexible, making it more difficult to see up close, which is known as presbyopia.

Vuity is the first and only FDA-approved prescription eye drop to treat age-related blurry near vision (presbyopia) in adults.

It is important to have a full comprehensive eye exam prior to starting these drops.
Ask our doctors is you are a candidate for Vuity.

orthokeratology

Ortho-k, is a surgery-free way for some myopia patients to leave their glasses behind and not have to
wear contact lenses/glasses all the time.
It is done using specially designed and fitted contact lenses to temporarily reshape the cornea to improve
vision.
The ortho-k lenses are only worn at night to reshape the front surface of the eye while you sleep then
they are removed in the morning, and it is reversible at any time you choose to stop.

Ortho-k, is a surgery-free way for some myopia patients to leave their glasses behind and not have to
wear contact lenses/glasses all the time.
It is done using specially designed and fitted contact lenses to temporarily reshape the cornea to improve
vision.
The ortho-k lenses are only worn at night to reshape the front surface of the eye while you sleep then
they are removed in the morning, and it is reversible at any time you choose to stop.

Who is ortho-k for?

It can be used in all ages including kids.
It is a non-surgical way to correct vision for those who do not want to go with LASIK or
PRK or those who are too young to have a Vision correction surgery.
In addition to seeing clearly without glasses or contacts, also Ortho-K will slow down the
progression of myopia in kids.

Who is ortho-k for?

It can be used in all ages including kids.
It is a non-surgical way to correct vision for those who do not want to go with LASIK or
PRK or those who are too young to have a Vision correction surgery.
In addition to seeing clearly without glasses or contacts, also Ortho-K will slow down the
progression of myopia in kids.

How does ortho-k work?

The cornea tissue is very flexible and wearing the lenses at night will flatten the center of the
cornea causing a change in how light is bent as it enters the eye.

Our doctors will measure the surface of your cornea using an instrument called a corneal
topographer that maps the cornea (without touching the eye) to show the shape and curves
of your cornea.

Then, ortho-K lenses will be especially designed for your eyes.

Those special lenses are rigid, gas-permeable lenses that are sturdy enough to reshape the
cornea, but also allow oxygen through so your eye stays healthy.

The lenses are worn overnight to flatten the cornea, and when they are removed, the cornea
stays flattened for a while and vision is corrected without the need for glasses.

If you stop wearing the lenses at night, your eyes will eventually go back to their original
shape and the refractive error will return.

You need to keep wearing the lenses regularly to keep the vision correction.

 

 

 

How does ortho-k work?

The cornea tissue is very flexible and wearing the lenses at night will flatten the center of the
cornea causing a change in how light is bent as it enters the eye.

Our doctors will measure the surface of your cornea using an instrument called a corneal
topographer that maps the cornea (without touching the eye) to show the shape and curves
of your cornea.

Then, ortho-K lenses will be especially designed for your eyes.

Those special lenses are rigid, gas-permeable lenses that are sturdy enough to reshape the
cornea, but also allow oxygen through so your eye stays healthy.

The lenses are worn overnight to flatten the cornea, and when they are removed, the cornea
stays flattened for a while and vision is corrected without the need for glasses.

If you stop wearing the lenses at night, your eyes will eventually go back to their original
shape and the refractive error will return.

You need to keep wearing the lenses regularly to keep the vision correction.

 

 

 

What can you expect from ortho-k?

It can take about two weeks or longer to attain the maximum vision correction
from orthokeratology, although some people experience significant vision
improvement in days.

In clinical studies of FDA -approved ortho-k lenses, most patients achieved
20/40 vision or better.

Our doctors will see you at multiple visits and may change the ortho-K lenses
size, power or fit to reach the desired prescription.

Then when the ortho- K molds are finalized you will continue to use the same
retainer lenses each night to maintain the vision correction.

Is orthokeratology safe?

Ortho-k lenses are, like any other contact lenses, associated with an increased risk
of infection especially in patients who may be less able to maintain good hand and
contact lens hygiene.

For this reason, ortho-k may be more dangerous than glasses if not used properly.
It is important to consult with our optometrists if you are considering ortho-k and
maintain your regular checkups

If there are no eye infections and your eyes stay healthy and comfortable using the
proper hygiene, there is no limit to how long you can use ortho- K lenses.

Is orthokeratology safe?

Ortho-k lenses are, like any other contact lenses, associated with an increased risk
of infection especially in patients who may be less able to maintain good hand and
contact lens hygiene.

For this reason, ortho-k may be more dangerous than glasses if not used properly.
It is important to consult with our optometrists if you are considering ortho-k and
maintain your regular checkups

If there are no eye infections and your eyes stay healthy and comfortable using the
proper hygiene, there is no limit to how long you can use ortho- K lenses.

Is orthokeratology safe?

Ortho-k lenses are, like any other contact lenses, associated with an increased risk
of infection especially in patients who may be less able to maintain good hand and
contact lens hygiene.

For this reason, ortho-k may be more dangerous than glasses if not used properly.
It is important to consult with our optometrists if you are considering ortho-k and
maintain your regular checkups

If there are no eye infections and your eyes stay healthy and comfortable using the
proper hygiene, there is no limit to how long you can use ortho- K lenses.

Is Orthokeratology limited by age?

There are no age restrictions on orthokeratology unlike the age limits
imposed on refractive surgeries. Adults and children can have ortho- K to serve as an alternative for vision correction, and also for myopia progression control in younger patients.

There are no age restrictions on orthokeratology unlike the age limits
imposed on refractive surgeries. Adults and children can have ortho- K to
serve as an alternative for vision correction, and also for myopia progression
control in younger patients.

Scleral lenses

Scleral lenses are very special new technology contact lenses that provide
much better vision to many patient.

They also can be customized as bifocal lenses to meet most visual needs.
Our doctors have a great success in improving patient’s vision using those
scleral lenses.

Scleral lenses are larger than conventional contact lenses and they are designed
to cover the entire cornea and rest on the white part of the eye (sclera).
This design allows the replacement of the irregular cornea with a perfectly
smooth surface causing less distortions of images and ultimately sharper
vision.

They are intended for patients with:

Irregular corneas such as keratoconus (cone-shaped cornea)
Ocular surface disease like keratitis and dry eye syndrome
Inability to tolerate RGP contact lenses and unable to wear soft lense

SCLERAL LENSES

Scleral lenses are very special new technology contact lenses that provide
much better vision to many patient.

They also can be customized as bifocal lenses to meet most visual needs.
Our doctors have a great success in improving patient’s vision using those
scleral lenses.

Scleral lenses are larger than conventional contact lenses and they are designed
to cover the entire cornea and rest on the white part of the eye (sclera).
This design allows the replacement of the irregular cornea with a perfectly
smooth surface causing less distortions of images and ultimately sharper
vision.

They are intended for patients with:

Irregular corneas such as keratoconus (cone-shaped cornea)
Ocular surface disease like keratitis and dry eye syndrome
Inability to tolerate RGP contact lenses and unable to wear soft lense

PEDIATRIC VISION EXAMINATION

Since children may not be able to tell you if they have any issues with
their vision, an annual examination is recommended to catch any visual
problem as early as possible.

Our doctors are skilled and equipped to examine kids of all ages.
They use different methods based on the kid’s age to determine
whether glasses are needed and make sure their visual skills are at best
during their early development and learning.

The doctor will perform a comprehensive eye examination to check on
eye health and visual development, eye alignment, depth perception,
color vision, and many other tests in addition to determine if any vision
correction is needed to avoid amblyopia (lazy eye).

Sine children may not be able to tell you if they have any issues with
their vision, an annual examination is recommended to catch any visual problem as early as possible.

Our doctors are skilled and equipped to examine kids of all ages.
They use different methods based on the kid’s age to determine
whether glasses are needed and make sure their visual skills are at best during their early development and learning.

The doctor will perform a comprehensive eye examination to check on eye health and visual development, eye alignment, depth perception, color vision, and many other tests in addition to determine if any vision correction is needed to avoid amblyopia (lazy eye).

Some signs to look for that could indicate that the kid needs an eye examination:

Poor learning at school

Frequent headaches

Poor eye-hand coordination

Squinting or covering one eye

Tilting head while reading

Rubbing of the eyes

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