- Routine eye exams to obtain your prescription for eyewear and contacts and check the overall health of the eye.
- Medical exams to investigate any problems of the eye (i.e. an eye infection, cataract evaluation, glaucoma or the presence of a foreign body).
- Visual fields to detect any loss of sight.
- DMV Tests to satisfy the NY State driver requirements.
Our licensed opticians will help with the fitting, repair, adjustment and construction of eyewear. With a lab on premises, we also offer 1 hour completion of glasses for select single vision polycarbonate and plastic lenses. Please note some insurance plans require that glasses are sent to their lab for completion. This may result in a lengthier wait time before you receive your glasses.
Whether you are a seasoned contact lens wearer or interested in trying them for the first time, contact lenses provide you with the freedom of vision without glasses. For new and current wearers, you will be examined to obtain your prescription and fitted with the appropriate contact lenses. Additionally, you will be trained to put in and take out your contact lenses.
Glaucoma, the leading cause of blindness and visual impairment in the United States, is an eye disease that can lead to a permanent loss of vision. Glaucoma generally provides no warning signs or symptoms of disease, making testing an important part of a full vision exam.
Macular degeneration is a chronic eye disease that can severely impact vision. The most common type is called dry macular degeneration. The less common wet form is more severe and can be very disabling. Today, through early detection and treatment, eye care professionals are better able to manage this disease.
In the United States, diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in people under the age of 65. While it can cause cataracts and glaucoma, diabetes can cause the devastating eye disease known as Diabetic Retinopathy. Diabetic Retinopathy is a complication of diabetes involving abnormal blood vessels which nourish the retina of the eye. As part of our diabetic screening process, we will perform a comprehensive eye exam that includes a visual acuity test, pupil dilation, and careful examination of your retina.