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Our team provides patient’s with best care possible. It is very important for ages between 19-65 to get the comprehensive Eye Health Exam done every 1-2 years.

Comprehensive vision and eye health examinations include:

  • Full medical and ocular history
  • Prescription for corrective lenses
  • Eye health evaluation
  • Binocular vision testing
  • Color vision testing
  • Depth perception testing
  • Pupil testing
  • Extraocular muscle testing
  • Peripheral vision screening
  • Digital Retinal Photography

Diagnosis, treatment and management of eye disease and visual disorders including:

  • Glaucoma
  • Macular degeneration
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Eye infections
  • Eye Allergies
  • Dry eye syndrome
  • Computer vision syndrome
  • Binocular vision disorders (“Lazy eye” – amblyopia, strabismus)
  • Floaters
  • Retinal disorders

Coverage is available for children under MSP for annual exams.

Your child’s eye health is very important because 80% of their learning is based on their vision and how they see. We recommend for your child’s eye health examination to be examined by age of 6 months, then at age of 3 which is prior to entering elementary school and on a year basis thereafter to avoid serious eye problems later on.

Some signs that a parent can watch if their child is suffering from an eye problem:

  • Sitting very close to the TV
  • Holding objects too close
  • Squinting
  • Covering one eye when looking at something
  • Avoiding near activities i.e. reading books
  • Crossed eye(s)
  • Complaints of headaches, blurred vision, or double vision
  • Poor coordination, balance, and depth perception
  • Tilting of the head on a regular basis
  • Has a white pupil
  • Excessive blinking or rubbing of the eyes
  • Losing place while reading
  • Slow reading speed or below average reading comprehension
  • Short attention span or lack of concentration when performing visual tasks

Diabetic Patient Eye Health Care:

Diabetes can harm your eye health; it can cause changes in nearsightedness, farsightedness and premature presbyopia. Diabetes can lead to cataracts, glaucoma, paralysis of the nerves that control of the eye muscles or pupil and decreased corneal sensitivity. It is extremely important for diabetic patients to get there eye’s examined on yearly basis.

Some visual Symptoms of Diabetes include:

  • Some visual Symptoms of Diabetes include:
  • Fluctuating or blurring of vision
  • Occasional double vision
  • Loss of visual field
  • Flashes and floaters within the eyes
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