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Comprehensive Services

Providing All Your Eyecare Needs

Eye Test

Annual Comprehensive
Eye Exam

We are strong believers that your annual eye exam is of the utmost importance for your overall health.  We provide ample one on one time with one of our highly qualified Optometrists.  This allows the patient to feel comfortable in the exam lane that they are getting the perfect eyeglass & contact lens prescription to ensuring their ocular health is up to par!

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Adult & Senior Eye Exams

Did you know that the American Optometric Association recommends all adults from 18 to 64 years old at least have their eyes examined every 2 years.  Our doctors recommend seeing you yearly though due to a lot of eye diseases do not show symptoms in the early stages but by examining your eyes yearly we can ensure your eyes are staying healthy or be proactive with a specified treatment plan for your condition.

After age 40, the risk of eye diseases and conditions increases. Common  conditions & diseases include:

  • Presbyopia

  • Cataracts

  • Age Related Macular Degeneration

  • Dry Eye

  • Diabetic Retinopathy

  • Glaucoma

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Children's Eye Exams 

Vision role in development of your child is of the utmost importance.  Many children will struggle with school, home, sports and much more due to vision issues.  

The American Optometric Association recommends eye exams for children:

  • 6 months of age

  • 3 years of age

  • Before starting Kindergarten

  • Every year after

Vision accounts for nearly 80% of learning! Knowing that, did you know that 1 in 5 preschoolers have a vision problem!

Children are unfortunately a lot of time unable to communicate with their parents that they may be having a hard time seeing. Some signs your child may be struggling may be: 

  • Headache

  • Squinting

  • Falling behind in school and/or reading

  • Sitting too close to tv or holding Ipad too close

  • Inability to focus or losing their place reading

  • Eye fatigue

  • Clumsiness

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