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Medical Emergency Eye Exams

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Contact Lens Fitting

Optomap Retinal Imaging

Optical Coherence Tomography

HVF Visual Fields

Specular Microscopy

 

Advanced medical diagnostic technologies usually found only in major medical centers are available for area eye doctors and patients alike. Insurance covers most of these diagnostic procedures and priced at the Medicare fee schedule providing low out of pocket expenses for uninsured and patients with high or unmet deductibles. The data is electronically transferred into the exam room for on screen review by the physician in the presence of the patient and transmitted into the electronic health record.
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The Optomap is used in primary level eye care for the screening of eye and non-eye diseases and disorders. The Optomap provides the practitioner with a digital wide-field of view of the patient’s retina without the inconvienece and discomfort of dilation. All patients presenting for comprehensive exams receive Optomap screening as part of the comprehensive exam   (more)...
This is a laser retinal scanner useful for high resolution scans of the back of the eye including the macula, retina and optic nerve. The OCT allows advanced diagnosis and treatment of macular degeneration, glaucoma, retinal disease and eye tumors.   (more)...
Examining the back of your eye. Your eye doctor will examine the back of your eye to look for a mottled appearance that's caused by drusen, yellow deposits that form in people with macular degeneration. To examine the back of your eye, your eye doctor will use Optomap. If necessary we may use Optical Coherence Tomography, HVF Visual Field Testing, and/or dilate your eyes using eyedrops and then use a special magnifying lens.   (more)...
This microscope provides a corneal cell count and high resolution corneal evaluation for advanced diagnosis of corneal disorders such as fuchs dystrophy, corneal edema and lens implant complications.
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Glaucoma refers to a group of eye conditions that lead to damage to the optic nerve, the nerve that carries visual information from the eye to the brain. In many cases, damage to the optic nerve is due to increased pressure in the eye, also known as intraocular pressure (IOP).

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This technology allows for accurate assessment of neurological conditions such as stroke, brain tumors and vision disorders such as glaucoma. It accurately evaluates for central and peripheral visual field loss.
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With the conveniant use of Optomap Retinal Imaging, we can evaluate the back of the eye for eye diseases such as; Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy, Medical Toxcities, Tumors and other Eye Diseases.

This procedure is performed in just 1-2 minutes without the inconvenience of dilating the eyes.   (more)...
LASIK is a procedure that uses cool laser energy to reshape the cornea. Candidates should be in good general health & present with a normal ocular health evaluation. The surgery, takes about five to ten minutes, with the laser application taking less than two minutes




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A Contact Lens Fitting requires our Doctors to obtain particular measurements of the curvature of the front surface of your eye. Other factors that are considered for a potential contact lens wearer are how dry your eyes are, and how healthy your corneas are, these are generally evaluated in the eye exam and again considered during a contact lens fitting.
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When discussing your vision, it is worth noting that your ability to see continually changes as you age. Most infants are hyperopic (farsighted) and more adults are myopic (nearsighted). In between lies a broad spectrum for you to be in. Much of this has to do with the shape of your eyeball. The type of correction that you will need depends on the deviation of your eye.
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