The Eye Exam
The objective of our eye examination is, first and foremost, to prevent blindness or serious vision loss. In addition, we take the time to carefully evaluate the eyes in order to determine the most accurate prescription for glasses or contact lenses.
An accurate assessment of the ocular refractive status is essential in a successful result with refractive surgery. These are the reasons why we go through a great deal of effort to provide our patients with the best care possible.
We have invested in ophthalmic equipment to ensure accurate diagnosis and timely treatment of most eyecare problems. We routinely perform the following:
We provide the newest technology - the Panoramic200™ Retinal Imaging System which enables us to see nearly all of your retina usually without the discomfort and inconvenience associated with pupil dilation. As a result, you will not experience blurred vision or sensitivity to light following your eye exam. Occasionally, however, dilation will be necessary to better view certain abnormalities or if we cannot obtain an acceptable image.
Conditions We Treat and/or Manage (partial list)
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