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Eye Exams

I See Eyecare

Eye Exams

Getting a routine eye exam is the best way to detect early warning signs of chronic eye conditions and preserve your vision. The leading team of optometrists at I See Eyecare use state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge technology during all eye exams, so you can feel confident that your eye health is in capable hands. You can book your eye exam with the online booking feature.


Eye Exams

Q & A

For preventive care and to maintain optimal health, it’s important to see your primary care physician (PCP) each year. But your PCP doesn’t thoroughly check the health of your eyes or your vision, which is why it’s so important to build a long-term relationship with an optometrist. Getting an eye exam is important to:

  • Detect early warning signs of glaucoma
  • Check your vision and overall eye health
  • Update eyeglasses or contact lens prescriptions
  • Perform essential testing based on your previous medical history or family history
Plan on seeing your optometrist once a year, even if you don’t currently need corrective eyewear. These visits are simply preventive and can help you continue having healthy eyes and optimal vision.

The team at I See Eyecare together to provide comprehensive eye exams. After evaluating any current symptoms, your eyeglasses or contact lens prescription, and family history, the team customizes an eye exam based on your needs. Your annual eye exam could include:

  • Retinal photography or imaging to check the back of your eye
  • Visual acuity testing to measure your vision sharpness
  • Eye ocular health evaluation, and color blindness evaluation if required
  • Contact lens or eyeglasses exam and fitting

The doctors routinely examine a patients’ eye pressure to assess ocular pressure that can be associated with glaucoma. This exam, performed with a contactless tonometer, involves a small puff of air into each eye.

If you need to start wearing glasses or contacts, or need to update your current prescription, the optometry team helps you find the best possible solution based on your needs, eye health, and lifestyle.

Before heading in for your eye exam appointment at I See Eyecare, make sure you have a copy of your previous contact lens or eyeglasses prescription. Don’t worry if you don’t have it, though. Bringing in your contact lens boxes or current eyeglasses to give the team the information they need to see if you have any vision changes.

It’s also helpful to make a list of any eye conditions that run in your family, like glaucoma or macular degeneration. Or if you’re experiencing any current symptoms, including squinting, dry eyes, watery or itchy eyes and headaches, write them down so you remember to discuss them with your optometrist.

To schedule your comprehensive eye exam at I See Eyecare​​​​​​​, click on the online booking feature. You can also call the office to schedule.

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See what advanced technology

can do for your eye health

At I See Eyecare Comprehensive Eye Exams are performed with state-of-the-art optical equipment. The electronic phoropter allows our doctors to provide an in-depth eye exam and give you an accurate prescription with minimal physical contact. Contactless Tonometry and Pachymetry are used to check your ocular health and maintain social distancing measures for your comfort and safety. Eye health is extremely important, our doctors ensure that they explain and discuss findings while providing recommendations for the next course of treatment.

50,000 scans of your eye in an instant

Topcon, Maestro 2

No harmful X-rays or radiation, only common light rays. In single click, it images the deeper layers of your optic nerve, retina and cornea. This cutting edge technology enables the earliest detection of many diseases of the eye.

A topographical map of your eye

Medmont E300, Corneal Topographer

Your cornea is the clear window on the front of your eye, responsible for 70% of its focusing power. A topographer maps the surface curvature of your cornea to determine your corneal health. It’s a powerful tool for the management of myopia control.

Check your peripheral vision

Humphrey Visual Field Analyzer (HVA)

A visual field analyzer identifies peripheral vision defects as well as their location. It can also diagnose neurological conditions like glaucoma and strokes.