We can wax on and on about the importance of having a semi-annual comprehensive eye exam. But really, the best part happens right after the exam wraps up. When your prescription changes or you’re just in the market for a new pair of glasses, you walk out into the lobby and can choose a new pair of frames from the hundreds we have to choose from. We have a team of talented opticians that not only have impeccable tastes in finding the right frames for you but also have the skills to make your glasses fit properly.
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It may seem to speak for itself, but it cannot be overstated enough. The health of your eyes relies on the accuracy and comprehension that comes from your semi-annual or annual eye exam. While it may seem silly, every piece of equipment we use to examine your eyes serves a specific purpose in identifying, diagnosing, tracking, and treating over 240 different ocular disorders. We use a few different pieces of equipment to get as detailed of a picture of your eye as we can.
When we say “we give complete care for our patients”, we really mean it. On top of the more regular, every-day eyewear prescriptions and contacts/frames fittings, we provide a number of services to detect, treat, and prevent ocular diseases and disorders. Among these ocular diseases and disorders, we provide services for patients with keratoconus. What is Keratoconus? Keratoconus is an eye disorder that affects the shape of the cornea. While a normal cornea takes a slight to a pronounced dome shape, a cornea with keratoconus is thinned out and bulging, taking a protruded cone shape.