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Your Eye Examination

Eye care to meet your needs! When you arrive, we’ll get you checked in and an optician will perform various prescreening tests (including depth perception and check for colorblindness). Then, your optometrist* will perform a comprehensive eye examination with state-of-the-art equipment. This includes examining the general health of your eyes (both internal and external ocular structures). As part of this review, the doctor will test for conditions such as dry eyes, cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. The doctor will provide a care and treatment plan designed specifically for you.

Convenient Eye Care Appointments

We’re committed to your wellness, which is why we offer morning, evening, and Saturday appointments to accommodate your schedule.

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Experienced Optometrists

Our fully-licensed optometrists are passionate about what they do and draw on years of experience to provide you with the best care possible.

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Personalized Care

Our opticians and optometrists will work with you to meet your individual needs, whether that means treating eye conditions, showing you how to put in contacts, custom frames fitting, or finding you just the right lens.

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Your Eye Health

Annual appointments keep you seeing your best. The American Optometric Association recommends you have your eyes examined once a year.

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How Often Should You Schedule an Eye Exam

Even if you have not noticed changes in your vision, regular checkups ensure you maintain healthy vision and help detect glaucoma, high blood pressure, retinal and corneal disorders, diabetes and cataracts earlier.

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