Pediatric Eye Exams
The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends that vision screenings start at age 3 and occur every 1 to 2 years to detect vision problems that need to be addressed early to prevent permanently reduced vision.
Medical Eye Care
Our doctors are committed to ensuring the health of your eyes. This includes the diagnosis and management of conditions including glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts through regular dilated eye exams as well as with state-of-the-art diagnostic tools. Our optometrists also evaluate dry eye and offer multiple treatment options including in-office procedures such as blephex and punctal plug insertion.
We offer same day availability for urgent eye exams if you have sustained an eye injury or are experiencing symptoms including flashes of light, new floaters, or sudden loss of vision.
Myopia, known as “near-sightedness,” refers to a minus (-) prescription resulting from the elongation of the eye or a steeply curved cornea. This results in vision blur that can be corrected with glasses, contacts or, in some cases, refractive surgery. However, improving vision does not address the higher risk of eye problems associated with myopia including cataracts, glaucoma and retinal detachment.