Eye Exams


Children at the age of five should be examined to assess their readiness for school activities, such as reading at a close range and from a distance. We treat children as young as three years old.


Examinations for adults begin with our thorough eye health exam and assessment for a wide variety of eye disorders. Requests for contact lens exams and fittings, and consultations for LASIK eye surgery can also be made.


Senior citizens require special attention to maintain eye health. We strive to diagnose glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration as early as possible. If detected, we’ll create an individualized treatment plan to help you achieve the highest level of vision.

Routine eye examinations are an important part of ocular health, regardless of your age.


For eye-related conditions and disorders


“Pink Eye” can be the result of several infectious and non-infectious conditions. Based on our comprehensive evaluation of your condition, antibiotics, or other pharmaceutical medications may be prescribed for treatment.


Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness. Extensive testing – including pressure management, optic nerve evaluation, and visual field testing – assists the doctors in determining an accurate diagnosis. If a diagnosis of glaucoma is made, one of several treatments to lower the pressure in the eye may be instituted.


Our examination includes a detailed evaluation for cataracts. If cataracts are diagnosed, we’ll schedule a consultation with you to discuss the various treatment options available to you. If surgery is necessary, the doctors will provide comprehensive pre and post-operative care.

Diabetic Retinopathy

This complication of diabetes is a leading cause of blindness among middle-aged individuals. The longer a patient waits to be diagnosed and treated for diabetes, the more apt the patient is to develop diabetic retinopathy. Treatment programs can be developed by our professionals to help slow down the progress of this eye disorder.

Age-Related Macular Degeneration

This eye disease is the degeneration of the macula: the part of the retina responsible for central vision. Early detection of this disease allows our professionals to develop treatment programs that can slow down its progression.

Retinitis Pigmentosa

This is an inherited eye disease that slowly destroys the retina. Signs of Retinitis Pigmentosa show up in childhood, with the patient losing their side vision first. This progressive disease continues, leaving only a small portion of their central vision.

Advanced Technologies

Our vision specialists utilize cutting-edge technology to provide superior eye care and treatments

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Community Outreach

We give back by helping those in need see the world more clearly

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