All your visual needs in one place
Many patients see a family doctor for regular physical exams, even when they are healthy and active. They also visit the dentist twice a year, whether or not they have cavities. In just the same way, regular visits to your eye doctor help to guarantee normal and healthy vision — even if you feel you have perfect eyesight.
Annual eye exams are important for maintaining overall ocular wellness and preventing eye disease to ensure that your vision lasts a lifetime.
Our experienced doctors diagnose, treat, and manage a wide range of ocular diseases including glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and chronic dry eye. We put a strong emphasis on disease prevention by staying up-to-date on research and diagnostic testing.
Contact lenses are an excellent alternative to wearing glasses. Schedule a fitting with our experienced doctors and see the world in a whole new way.
Around 80% of what your child learns is presented visually. Undetected vision problems can put them at a disadvantage.
Whether it’s red eyes, eye infections, sudden loss of vision, flashes, floaters, eye injuries, or any other unexpected eye problem you might have, we are equipped to handle it.
Vision therapy is like physical therapy for the visual system, including the eyes and the parts of the brain that control vision.
Patients that are interested in laser vision correction and refractive surgeries can put their trust in us as we guide them through the entire process.
Many eye diseases do not cause symptoms early on, so they often go undetected until the problem becomes more advanced. We encourage yearly visits for all patients to ensure nothing gets missed.
Cataracts are the most common cause of vision loss in people over age 40 and is the principal cause of blindness in the world.
Dry eye related discomfort is one of the most frequent complaints heard by eye doctors. For many patients, the feeling of grittiness, dryness, burning or stinging, or even excessive tearing, cannot simply be relieved with over the counter methods. If you experience any of these symptoms, we encourage you to schedule a dry eye evaluation. Our doctors will utilize cutting-edge technology to evaluate how your eyes are being affected by dryness and develop a customized treatment plan.
On of the most common causes of Dry Eye symptoms is Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD), a condition that results from blocked oil producing glands in the eyelids. When MGD is present, it should be properly treated as a way to maintain a healthy tear film, the protective coating on our eye. If MGD is left untreated and the blocked glands stop functioning, the glands can deteriorate and irrecoverable damage is possible. Our office is proud to offer our patients LipiFlow®, the only FDA-approved treatment for MGD.
Glaucoma is a group of related eye disorders that cause damage to the optic nerve, which carries information from the eye to the brain and allows us to see.
It is important that diabetic patients receive yearly diabetic eye exams, as the eyes are one of the best indicators of how diabetes may be affecting other areas of your body.
Age-related macular degeneration (a.k.a. AMD or ARMD) refers to the deterioration of the macula, which is the small central area of the retina of the eye that is responsible for our central vision. Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss among older Americans.
This is a group of vision and eye-related problems that result from the prolonged use of computers, smartphones, e-readers, or tablets. Common issues include headaches, eyestrain, dry eyes, and neck and shoulder pain.
Contact lenses, if you need them, can make everyday tasks possible. Because they are invisible, they are a popular alternative to glasses. However, they can also be too big, too small, too weak, or too strong, adding more problems or even injuries to your eyes.
We fit and prescribe contact lenses to correct a number of vision problems, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. We also prescribe specialized contact lenses for patients following a corneal or refractive surgery, such as LASIK, or after corneal injuries and scarring.
Soft contact lenses are the most commonly worn modality of contacts, as they provide excellent comfort and vision. There are a number of different wear schedules including daily disposable, bi-weekly, and monthly lenses.
Multifocal lenses offer presbyopic patients an alternative to bifocal glasses and reading glasses.
Give yourself a new look with a number of colored contact lens options, as well as special Halloween contacts.
These lenses are made of durable plastic that transmits oxygen very well. They are made to custom fit a patient’s cornea to provide excellent vision and comfort.
Frames & Lenses
We carry the top industry and designer brands, as well as some brands you may have not heard of. We also offer frame adjustments, repairs, and the most advanced lens fitting available.