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Comprehensive Eye Exams

  • An annual comprehensive eye exam is an important part of anyone’s health care regimen. It  allows us to test and maximize your vision with corrective lenses and examine the inside and back areas of your eye. A glasses prescription will be provided with each comprehensive eye exam.

Pediatric Eye Exams

  • Childhood is an important time in eye development. During a pediatric eye exam, we will provide a comprehensive exam and may use special hand-held tools and lenses to evaluate each child’s prescription, check eye health, and rule out potential problems such as strabismus (eye turn) or amblyopia (lazy eye).

Contact Lens Evaluations

  • Contact lenses are a great option for anyone who needs nearsighted, farsighted, astigmatic, or multifocal correction. They offer an alternative for people who feel restricted by eyeglasses. There are many types of contact lens options with different materials, length of wear, frequency of disposal, lens design, and additional features, such as color.

Dry Eye Treatment

  • Dry eye is a common problem with many individuals. Our natural tears help moisturize the surface of the eye, and without them, mild to severe irritation and inflammation is very common. Our doctors are experts at finding the source of dry eyes and providing treatments to alleviate the symptoms and prevent the progression of the condition.

Diagnosis and Management of Eye Diseases

  • The eye gives us a good picture of the overall health of the whole body. Routine dilation allows us to see the back of the eye, called the retina, which gives us clues on systemic diseases, such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Many diseases can be diagnosed and treated from examining the eye, including glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration.

Diabetic Eye Care

  • Diabetes is a vascular disease that directly affects the small- and medium-sized blood vessels in our body. Blood and/or protein can leak out of the essential blood vessels in the back of the eye. Also, if the blood vessels are too damaged to deliver adequate oxygen into the retina, severe hemorrhaging, retinal detachment, and irreversable vision loss may occur. It is important for all diabetics to receive an annual dilated eye examination.

Glaucoma Screening and Treatment

  • Glaucoma is a disease of the optic nerve that leads to peripheral vision loss and eventual blindness. Due to the lack of pain and initial symptoms, glaucoma can go undiagnosed for years without a comprehensive eye examination. Elevated intraocular pressure is a major risk factor for glaucoma and should be measured yearly in all adults. Early detection and treatment is key for controlling and minimizing the impact of this disease process.

Cataract Screening

  • A cataract is the clouding or yellowing of the natural lens in the eye. These opacities develop over time and may affect your best corrected vision. When the vision is moderately compromised, the best treatment is to remove the natural lens and replace it with an artificial lens during a procedure called cataract surgery. We are happy to co-manage any cataract surgeries at InView Eye Care.

Refractive Eye Surgery Consultations

  • If you’re ready for an alternative to glasses and/or contacts, refractive surgery, such as LASIK, may be the right solution for you. We are happy to co-manage those surgeries with our local refractive surgeons.

Urgent Care

  • Our optometrists can help relieve red eye, pink eye, sore eyes, foreign body removal, and other eye emergencies.