Eye Exam Basics

An eye exam not only tests for visual impairment, but also for other underlying health issues. Even if you do not feel like you need glasses, many asymptomatic conditions exist that can be identified early on with an eye exam.

Routine Eye Exam vs Contact Lens Fitting vs Re-Fitting

A routine eye exam is not the same as a contact lens exam. For contact lens wearers, a contact lens exam is necessary to ensure the lenses are fitting both eyes properly and that the health of the eyes is not harmed by the contact lenses.

A contact lens that does not fit properly could cause discomfort or even eye damage.  Overwear of contract lenses may result in significant inflammation and/or infection. Often symptoms may be subtle and ignored. Yearly Re-evaluation of contact lenses insures proper fit, clear vision and excellent eye health


General eye exam

General overview of eye health Includes glasses prescription and glaucoma screening.

Ocular Disease and Injury

Care dedicated to an existing eye pathology or systemic condition that requires monitoring and treatment.

Contact Lens Fitting

Evaluation of contact lens prescription strength and eye surface health. Insures proper fit and clear vision.

Lasik Co-management

A series of pre and post operative examinations coordinated with a LASIK center.

Optical with Onsite Lab

Extensive frame selection with a full service on-site edging lab.

Comprehensive Eye Examination

Glasses prescription and a thorough eye health examination.

Red Eye and Emergency Eye Care

Examination to resolve a specific vision or eye health complaint. ie : conjunctivitis (“pink eye“).

DMV Vision Test

Vision screening form filled or submitted to DMV online.

Looking for an Ophthalmologist?

If the care that is required for your individual needs is outside the scope of our practice, we will gladly refer you to one of our colleagues in our extensive network of physicians.