Ocular services

Along with a thorough eye examination, we offer

  • Urgent care appointments
  • Pediatric eyecare and exams
  • InfantSEE Program of the AOA (www.infantsee.org/)
  • Contact lens evaluations and perscriptions
  • CRT (a non-surgical way to correct vision while one sleeps)
  • Treatments of diseases including, but not limited to conjunctivitis (pink eye), iritis, dry eyes (punctual occlusion, Restasis), diabetic monitoring, plaquenil monitoring, glaucoma (GDX, visual field testing, etc.), drooping eye lids and ocular photography.
  • Corneal abrasions and or foreign bodies
  • Flashing lights
  • Foating objects in vision
  • Contact lens stuck in eye
  • Low vision evaluation for individuals whose visual acuity can not be fully corrected with glasses alone.  We use hand or stand magnifiers, telescopes and other magnification devices to help best make use of what vision remains.

Chronic eyecare by self referral and referrals from other doctors include

  • Dry eyes
  • Eye Allergies
  • Glaucoma
  • Diabetes
  • Cataracts
  • Macular Degeneration

Surgical co-management treatments

  • Lasik
  • Cataract
  • Glaucoma
  • Retina

Laser assisted Cataract Surgery please visit our surgeon's websites below


http://www.donelsoneye.com/cataracts/lensx-technology
http://www.clemsoneye.com/cataractlensx/laserassistedcataractsurgerywithlensx.aspx

Following are articles addressing some common eye conditions as well as advice on treatments and resources we offer for eyecare.
  • Glaucoma
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Pediatric Your baby's first complete eye exam should be done between six and nine months of age. It is nothing like Mom or Dad's experience. We will test for excessive or unequal amounts of nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. We also examine the eye muscle alignment and movement ability and the eye health status. Problems are unusual, but when present need attention at this tender age to avoid development of an amblyopic (or lazy eye). When your child's eyes look great we recommend returning at three and five years of age. For more information: American Optometric Assoc. website: www.aoa.org/x4738.xml
  • Children's Eye Care
  • Computer Eye Strain
  • Low vision-More Common Than You Think