Comprehensive eye examinations for all ages.
Our skilled doctors will determine the prescription for your glasses with the use of the most current technology.  You will be examined for conditions such as dry eyes, ocular allergies, cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration.  The exam can also detect eye problems  related to diabetes or high blood pressure.

We use the state-of-the-art SIFIMAV vision tester with every patient.
This unique device especially aids in the examination of children who have not yet learned their ABC's by using easily recognizable shapes instead of letters.  We also can randomize the letters during your eye examination to generate the most accurate glasses prescription for you.

Contact Lenses.
We have a full scope contact lens practice that ranges from typical soft lens fits to the most complicated cases.  We have successfully treated hundreds of patients with contact lenses,  including many who were previously told they could not wear contacts.  We have experience with all types of contacts (soft disposable, bifocal,  monovision, toric, colored, and rigid gas permeable) and we will work with you to arrive at the best option based on your  lifestyle, occupation, and leisure activities.  New contact lens fittings include insertion-removal trainings, all progress evaluations, and any diagnostic lenses required to successfully complete your fit.

Refractive Surgery:  Lasik & Visian Implants.
We have developed strong relationships with the top refractive surgeons in the area in order to ensure the best possible outcome from your refractive surgery procedure.  We will take the time to explain all of your surgical options, and then work with our corneal specialists to determine if you are a good candidate for a corrective procedure.  We provide all post-operative examinations following the procedure.

Treatment of Eye Disease and Ocular Emergencies.
Our doctors are licensed and certified to diagnose, treat, and manage a wide array of eye conditions.  We routinely treat patients with eye infections, glaucoma, dry eye syndrome, ocular allergies and eye injuries.  We also monitor patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, macular degeneration, and those taking daily medications such as plaquenil.  Emergency situations such as eye trauma, foreign objects, and chemical burns, can often be seen on the same day.  Should your situation require the need of an eye surgeon, we will arrange for you to see the appropriate surgical specialist.