top of page
Eye Exam



Visiting an eye doctor for an annual eye exam is incredibly important to maintaining the health of your eyes, regardless of your age. Adults, seniors, and children should make an appointment with our optometrist on a yearly basis in order to correct any vision issues, update prescriptions for eyeglasses and contact lenses, prevent vision loss, and identify any early warning signs of disease. Eye exams can also reveal previously undiagnosed health issues like high blood pressure and diabetes.

We recently added the Maestro2 OCT to our line-up of equipment to better evaluate and treat your eyes. This amazing piece of equipment scans the layers retina over 50,000 times in a single second and gives us a complete 3D picture of your retinal health. It also helps us better diagnose conditions like retinal detachments, macular holes, and other serious eye diseases. It can also help detect glaucoma years before traditional methods. By starting treatment for glaucoma early, it can dramatically reduce vision loss associated with that disease. 


Our eye exams are a series of diagnostic tests performed to evaluate your vision health. The diagnostic tests performed evaluate your vision health based on these key areas:


  • Visual Acuity

  • Refraction (Eyeglass Prescriptions, Contact Lens Prescriptions)

  • Eye Alignment

  • Depth Perception

  • Peripheral Vision

  • Color Vision

  • Eye pressure and Glaucoma Risk Assessment

  • Blood Pressure

  • Dry Eye Assessment

  • Retinal Photography for Ocular and Systemic Disease Assessment including Macular Degeneration


An annual eye exam can assist in the detection of underlying health problems that may be in the early stages of development.

bottom of page