Comprehensive Eye Exam
We use a variety of tests to examine your eyes. These tests include:
-Colour Vision ( optional test ) We do offer a D-15 test which is required to become a pilot, a police officer, or a firefighter, etc.
-Cover Test: A cover test allows the eye doctor to assess if the patient has strabismus, binocular vision.
-Refraction: This test allows the doctor to accurately reach a final eyeglass prescription.
-Silt Lamp: This test allows the doctor to see the front and back of your eye to rule out diseases such as corneal ulcer, iritis, cataracts, etc.
-Intraocular Pressure Test: Also known as a glaucoma test is designed to measure the pressure inside your eye.
-Digital Retinal Photography: This is one of the most sophisticated and advanced retinal evaluation tools available. It helps diagnose retinal diseases such as macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, hypertensive retinopathy, and glaucoma, etc.
Visual Field Test
This is an eye examination that can detect dysfunction of central and peripheral vision which may be caused by various medical conditions such as glaucoma, stroke, brain tumors, or other neurological deficits.
This is to measure the Central Cornea Thickness also known as CCT. It is an important measurement to assess whether you are a good candidate for laser eye surgery and to determine the risk of certain cornea diseases, glaucoma, etc.
Dispensing Prescription Eye Wear & Sunglasses
Our office carries a wide range of frames and sunglasses, ensuring you’ll find the style you’re looking for on any budget.
We also offer a variety of lenses, including single vision (distance or reading), bifocal, and progressive lenses. All our lenses have anti-reflective and scratch-resistant coatings.
Optional add-on features include blue light filter to protect your eyes from harmful blue light from screens and transition lenses that turn into dark sunglasses outdoors. Our trained staff can help determine the best eyewear for your face and help you make the right lens choices.
Contact Lens Fitting
A contact lens appointment involves a set of examinations to identify the lenses that are ideal for your needs. Detailed measurements are taken, including the curvature of your eyes, the size of contacts needed, and how your eyes focus, in order to create your contact lens prescription. The health of the eyes is examined, and your vision and the fit of the lenses on the eyes are evaluated.
We believe that the first step to successful contact lens wear is a teach with a trained professional. During the teach, you will be taught how to safely insert and remove the contact lenses, as well as how to properly take care of your lenses.
Contact lens wearers should have an eye examination at least once a year. Often, people may not be aware of any contact lens-related problems, as they may not affect vision or comfort until they’re severe.
Eye Wear Tune-up
We offer complimentary tune-up on any eyewear (even if you didn’t buy from us) so you may enjoy the comfort of properly fitted eyewear that feels like new! With regular wear, it’s suggested to have a tune-up every 6 months.
Dry eye treatment
There is an increasing prevalence of myopia (near-sightedness) in children. With age, myopia tends to become progressively more severe.
Strong family history of Myopia, poor reading habits, and early age of onset can sometimes lead to very high myopia. High myopia can lead to increased risk of retinal problems later in their lives.
There are four proven and effective ways to help your child to slow down the myopia progression!
-Feeling stinging, burning or scratchy sensation in your eyes,
-Stringy mucus in or
around your eyes
-Sensitivity to light
-Foreign body sensation in your eyes
-Difficulty wearing contact lenses
-Difficulty with nighttime driving
-Watery eyes, which is the body's response to the irritation of dry eyes
-Blurred vision or eye fatigue
If these sound familiar to you, you may have a dry eye!
Tired of wearing glasses or contact lenses at day time ?
Two choices here:
1. wear Ortho-K lenses at night, yes adult can do that too!
2. have a Laser refraction surgery consultation to see if you are a good candidate!
The earlier you take an action the more beneficial time you will have!