At Clearly Eye Care, our detailed vision exams will accurately diagnose any visual issues you may be experiencing. Typically, this means refractive errors, however, as part of our regular exams we also test for other ocular diseases like macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts, and more.
Contact Lens Fitting
If you are looking for an alternative to glasses contact lenses are a great choice. There are a wide range of contact lens types: soft, hard, toric, multifocal, colored and many others. Our doctors are all highly experienced with any type of contact lenses.
Allergy and Dry Eye Treatments
Dry eyes are a common chronic problem, especially for women. There are several factors that can contribute to this problem. That is why it is important for you to discuss this problem with our doctors. Allergies are another frequent eye problem. Just like with dry eyes, there are several treatments available.
It is important to remember that your child’s sight is rapidly changing. Because of these changes it is even more imperative for them to have yearly exams. This does not include a school screening, which is not a substitute for a comprehensive eye exam done by an optometrist. Three important factors of learning that are sight dependent are recognition, comprehension and retention. Remember that your child’s development is dependent on their eyesight!
Many eye surgeries are available today. Two of the most common are LASIK and cataract surgery. In LASIK surgery, lasers are used to reshape the eye to improve visual acuity. There are several factors that must be evaluated to determine a person’s eligibility for LASIK. Please contact our office for a free LASIK consultation.
Glaucoma Screenings and Management
Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the world. Much of this blindness is preventable. Early detection is key and annual exams can catch the earliest signs of glaucoma. Give our office a call to schedule your comprehensive exam, which includes glaucoma screening
Cataracts can be diagnosed in comprehensive eye exams. Once the doctor has determined that a patient has cataracts then they are able to prescribe a treatment. This treatment may or may not involve surgery at that time. If surgery is needed then our office will refer the patient to a specialist and assist in post-surgery visits.