A comprehensive eye exam consists of much more than testing to see if glasses are needed. We recommend regular annual exams to keep vision prescriptions current and to check for early signs of disease. Many conditions are painless and silent. Early detection can prevent vision loss. Our examinations include all-digital, high definition refractions utilizing wave-front guided aberrometry for the most precise prescriptions possible. Many physicians including several ophthalmologists and optometrists trust us with their own eyes.


Our doctors utilize advanced computer-assisted techniques to accurately measure and manage:

Refractive error

Precise optical power measurements for Eyeglasses, sunglasses, contact lenses or pre-surgery.


Binocular vision and ocular motility

Analysis of the two eyes ability to work together comfortably as a team, as well as smooth eye movements, tracking and pupil reactions.



“Lazy eye,” detecting and treating a potentially permanent vision decrease in one eye.


Strabismus and Phoria

Eyes that turn abnormally inward, outward or vertically relative to the other eye causing diminished binocular vision, depth perception and amblyopia.


Peripheral Vision

Subtle changes in one’s side vision can be an early indicator of diseases such as glaucoma, stroke and brain tumors.


Eye Pressure

Assessing intra-ocular pressures to rule out ocular hypertension and glaucoma.



A detailed micoscopic examination of the anterior structures of the eyes to rule out infections, foreign bodies, allergy, dry eyes and cataract.


Retinal Examination

Frequently using dilation drops and/or Ultra wide-field Optomap retinal imaging to assess the critical, light- collecting interior membrane at the back of the eyes. Conditions evaluated include glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinal detachment, diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer and brain tumors.