Comprehensive Eye Exams

There are two main components to a comprehensive eye exam.  We want to check and correct for best visual acuity, and also assess the health of the eye.

1.) Vision Assessment:I Can See Clearly

  • Refractive error:  nearsighted, farsighted, astigmatism, presbyopia
  • High order aberrations:  can cause distortions, glare, loss of contrast sensitivity
  • Binocular vision
  • Color vision

2.) Health Assessment:

  • Glaucoma screening
  • Cataracts
  • Macular degeneration
  • Ocular surface disease
  • Retinal abnormalities/ breaks/ degenerations (viewed with either optomap digital scanning or dilated retinal exam)

The best way to ensure that you’ll see the best and maintain the best eye health is to have an annual comprehensive eye exam.  If you haven’t had your eyes checked within the last year, you owe it to yourself to call today for an appointment.