A comprehensive eye exam will evaluate how well you see and maximize your vision based on your specific needs and identify any potential eye diseases. Often patients with certain eye diseases don’t experience any visual symptoms before vision loss occurs.
We offer Comprehensive Eye Exams services, including:request an appointment
Your exam may include a:
- Visual acuity and refraction test to determine the degree to which you may be nearsighted, farsighted or have astigmatism.
- Color vision screening to see if you perceive colors properly.
- Eye muscle function test to check the efficiency and range of movement of your eyes in all directions. This test will identify any muscle weakness or involuntary eye movement.
- Binocular vision assessment to ensure that your eyes work together properly as a team. This is important for proper depth perception, eye muscle coordination and the ability to change focus from near to far objects.
- Eye pressure test. Your doctor may administer one or more tests to evaluate your intra-ocular pressure. High intra-ocular pressure may be a sign of glaucoma.
- Eye health assessment. Your doctor will use special instruments to evaluate the health of structures of the eye including cornea, lens, optic nerve and retina. We utilized the latest in technology to assist us in providing the most thorough eye examination possible.
- Visual field test to measure your peripheral vision, the area to the sides when you’re looking straight ahead.
- All appropriate treatment options, if necessary, will be presented at the conclusion of your examination.
Infant Eye Exams
Infant eye exam offers early detection of potential eye and vision problems as a complement to the eye screening conducted in a pediatric well-care visit. A comprehensive exam between the ages of 6 months and 12 months is recommended to determine healthy development of vision. Risk factors for many eye conditions, including amblyopia (often referred to as lazy eye), muscle imbalances, and some ocular diseases, have no signs or symptoms and may not be detected in a well-baby check-up. Significant risk factors for eye and vision disorders are not detectable by base-level infant eye screening by a pediatrician.