Find Out Why You're Squinting

Find Out Why You're Squinting

Get a comprehensive eye exam

Wouldn't you love to have access to a highly-trained Doctor who could accurately assess your eye health, create a customized treatment plan, and prescribe a vision solution that meets all of your needs - all in under an hour? At Smart Eye Care you can have it all, and then some!
We'll evaluate the refractive state, binocular function, and your overall eye health. Our doctors will take the time to educate you on the best ways to keep your eyes seeing and feeling their best.

When you think about preventative wellness, make sure you include your eyes. We always accept new patients. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Prioritize your eye health

What to Expect During Your Comprehensive Eye Exam:


  • Consultation – Your optometrist will ask you about your medical history, medications, workplace environment, and any current eye strain or discomfort issues you may be having.
  • Vision testing – We will measure your current vision and then make adjustments to your glasses/contact lens prescription to help you see more clearly. The doctor will typically use an instrument called a phoropter to assess this.
  • Eye health evaluation – We use a microscope called a slit lamp to examine the front of the eye. We also measure the pressure of the eye and may use retinal imaging or dilate your pupils to view the retina, macula, optic nerve and blood vessels. These evaluations can detect glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, eye tumors, hypertensive retinopathy, and many other conditions that can cause vision loss.
  • Eye function evaluation – Even the healthiest eyes can falter if they’re challenged by eye misalignment, dominance, tracking, depth perception, or color vision deficiencies. We test these and other visual functions to determine you can benefit from vision therapy or other treatments.


 

Items to bring to your visit:

 

 


  • Any glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses, and contact lens boxes
  • Medical and/or vision insurance card
  • Prior eye care records
  • You can either bring these documents with you or have your previous doctor fax them to our office