Comprehensive Eye Exams
During your eye exam, we don’t just focus on your vision, we take a look at the overall health of your eyes. Because of this, your exam includes checking:
- Prescription for glasses and contacts
- Pressure in eyes
- Overall eye health with dilation
- Macular degeneration
- Holes/tears/detachments of retina
- Dry eyes
Contact Lens Fittings
Your eyesight is important to your everyday functionality, and you don’t want to risk getting the wrong fit or type of contact lenses. There are many different types of contact lenses depending on your specific needs so it’s important to talk to your doctor about what may work best for you. A contact lens fitting is crucial as having the wrong fit of contact lenses can be uncomfortable, cause blurry vision, or even damage your eye.
At Eyes on Towne Lake, we have an in-house lab which means we cut your lenses right here in the office. This eliminates the time it takes to send out your glasses and will help you receive your frames in a timely manner. We offer custom prescription lenses including:
Single Vision Digital Drive Lens. This is a good option for those that may need some aid for optimal night driving.
Single Vision Eyezen. Experiencing eye fatigue from screen time is common but can be reduced with blue blockers. These computer lens with blue blockers are great for younger professionals and children who spend any length of time on the computer.
Latest High Definition Progressive Lens. This lens can help you gain more peripheral vision than ever before, thus giving you a smoother adjustment period.
With the many developments in eye care and eyewear, some of the latest technology in prescription glasses can be worn for colorblindness, light sensitivity, and fluorescent lighting.
We offer a wide variety of brands for both glasses and sunglasses. See the comprehensive list below.
Treatment of Eye Infections, Emergencies, and Diseases
Life happens and you never know when you might have an eye infection, disease, or other optical emergency. We diagnose and treat:
- Foreign body in eye
- Allergic, bacterial, and viral conjunctivitis
Vision Therapy for Learning-Related Vision Problems
Many children with learning disabilities also have visual problems, which can greatly affect the child’s performance in school. Each program is individualized and can help your child work towards a more normal life. For examples of eye issues that warrant vision therapy, click here. This also applies to traumatic brain injuries and concussions.
Are you a candidate for LASIK? We would love to speak with you to determine if this elective refractive surgery is an option for you.
With so many children having learning disabilities linked to vision deficiencies, it’s important for your child to have a comprehensive eye exam before they start school. Your child will benefit greatly if we can detect and correct vision issues early on.
InfantSEE is a program that offers no-cost eye exams and vision assessments to children between the ages of 6 and 12 months. According to the American Optometric Association, infants should have their first eye exam anywhere from 6-12 months of age.
We take the following insurance:
- Superior Vision
- United Health Care
- Davis Vision