We have the highest patient care standards
Our patient care standards are unequaled. We combine highly skilled professionals with the newest, state-of-the-art instrumentation for quick and comfortable care. Our friendly doctors and staff serve your needs, while providing the most complete eye care you’ll experience.
We are full service eye care professionals
At our office, our doctors believe in providing the best possible eye care through new technology and instrumentation. As primary gatekeepers of your eyes, our doctors will provide a thorough screening for all ocular conditions that can cause damage to your eyes.
To determine the overall health of your eyes, our examinations consists of:
- Comprehensive patient eye history
- Automatic computer refractions to determine your exact prescription
- Prescription for distance, intermediate and/or near vision
- Ocular health screening for glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and macular degeneration
A contact lens is a medical device and can be worn to correct vision, as
well as for cosmetic or therapeutic reasons. In the United States, all
contact lenses, even purely cosmetic ones, require a prescription. They
must be properly fitted and prescribed by an Eye Care Professional.
An eye examination is needed to determine an individual’s suitability for
contact lenses. This typically includes a refraction to determine the
proper power of the lens and an assessment of the health of the eye.
Prescriptions for contact lenses and glasses may be similar, but are not
We specialize in contact lenses that are worn daily, bi-weekly, monthly, or
in some cases, continuous extended wear.
Having the capability to meet nearly all of your vision correction needs,
our program is simple, but your benefits are vast. If you currently wear,
or have the desire to wear contact lenses, choosing us is your best, first
We fit contact lenses by understanding your needs:
– What is your lifestyle?
– What are your daily visual demands?
– Do you plan to wear contact lenses part-time or full-time?
Advanced Retinal Screening
In the past, the only way to evaluate a patient’s retina completely was to dilate the pupil with eye drops, wait 20 to 30 minutes, and examine the retina through an instrument with bright lights. This procedure causes the patient’s vision to be blurry and their eyes to be very light sensitive for four to six hours because of the dilation of the pupil. Most patients dislike these temporary effects.
Hence, the Optomap Daytona serves as a great screening tool for retinal health assessment in lieu of dilation. This technology provides an ultra-widefield retinal imaging with 200 degrees of the retina in one snapshot. If certain conditions are seen, then dilation can be deemed necessary by the doctor.