Products & Services


  • Comprehensive: 30 minutes long, time may vary based on your health history or any additional testing needed. Includes full eye health exam with dilation and vision testing for glasses or contacts (see below for details).

  • Diabetic eye health: dilated exam with a focus on signs of diabetic retinopathy, followed by communication with your primary care physician.

  • Dry eye evaluation: a focus on signs and symptoms in the anterior segment of your eye, potential causes, and treatment options.

  • Glaucoma management and treatment

  • Macular degeneration management

  • Consultations and pre & post-op evaluations for: cataracts, lasik, etc.

  • Emergency Services: red eye, eye pain, eye allergy, foreign body in eye, styes, floaters & flashes, etc.

  • Contact lens fitting, evaluation and follow-ups (see below for details)

  • Pediatric: starting from 6 months old!

  • Binocular vision exam: evaluation of eye focusing and movements, eye teaming and posture, possible need for vision therapy

  • Retinal Photos and Visual Fields



  • Soft and gas permeable contact lens fittings from normal range prescriptions to high myopes, high astigmats, post-RK patients, keratoconus, etc.

  • Specialty contacts: hybrid lenses, scleral contacts

  • Options for presbyopes: multifocals, monovision

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  • Careful and accurate frames and lens selection, measurements and adjustments according to your prescription, eye measurements, face shape and specific needs.

  • Lenses: single vision for reading, computer or distance, progressives, bifocals, trifocals, etc.

  • Polarized, anti-reflective glare coating, tints and more.

  • Computer performance lenses with proper coating or tint

  • Repairs, replacements and adjustments for frames, nosepads, screw replacement, etc.

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  • Detailed case history, which helps direct what testing will be performed

  • Testing of far and near visual acuity using the eye charts, followed by a basic testing of binocularity (how the eyes work together)

  • Retinoscopy and refraction, which is testing done to help determine the proper glasses and contact lens prescriptions

  • Slit lamp biomicroscopy for a detailed examination at health of the outside of the eyes (cornea, iris, conjunctiva, lids and lashes, etc.) and how the pupils respond to light

  • Eye pressure test (no air puff!) to test for glaucoma and other conditions

  • a detailed examination of the internal structures of the eye (the retinal blood vessels, the macula, the optic nerve)

  • Case presentation: a detailed verbal summary of the exam results, with recommendations and answers to any further questions you may have

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