Obtaining an annual eye exam is important for both the health of the eyes and making sure that you are seeing your best at all times. Every patient is different as we each have unique visual demands in our day-to-day lives; therefore, each exam is catered towards meeting these individual visual needs. Whether it be a pair of progressive glasses for seeing the keys of a piano while focusing on the sheet, a monovision contact lens fit to play golf with precision, or a good set of computer bifocals to use at the office, every effort is taken in providing the best corrective solution that is ideal for each individualized lifestyle.



Soft Contact Lenses

The contact lens exam entails choosing from a variety of the latest lens selections and ensuring that the best lens design is chosen for optimal vision and comfort. The soft contact lenses can be tailored for an astigmatism, monovision, and mulifocal fit and are available in daily disposables, 2-week and monthly replacement modalities. 

Specialty Contact Lenses

Our office also offers a line of contact lenses for our hard-to-fit contact lens patients. The hybrid contact lens consists of a central gas-permeable (GP) lens material to provide exceptional optics, breathability, and durability, while the outer skirt is made of a soft lens to maintain lasting comfort throughout the day. These specialty lenses offer a great alternative for patients who are looking for crisp, high-definition vision that cannot be obtained through traditional soft lenses. These include patients who require a high myopic, hyperopic, astigmatic, or complex multifocal correction.

The hybrid class of contacts also provide a unique lens specifically designed for patients with keratoconus - a progressive disease that leads to the gradual thinning of the corneal surface overtime. Its special design allows the central GP lens to create a smooth front surface over the irregular cornea, thereby enabling it to achieve optimal vision, as the soft skirt ensures a long-lasting comfortable fit.



A medical exam includes any issue that we may experience outside of "normal". These symptoms include discomfort, redness, or pain in the eyes that may indicate (but are not limited to) dry eyes, allergies, or a corneal infection. Sudden phenomena such as floaters or flashes in our field of vision also indicate reasons for being seen as soon as possible to rule-out potential sight-threatening causes.


Certain medical conditions such as diabetes, cholesterol, high blood pressure, and autoimmune disorders may pose additional risks of ocular complications; therefore, seeing your optometrist for an annual medical evaluation is crucial for co-managing your overall health with your primary care.


Our office is equipped with the latest state-of-the-art technology to facilitate in the diagnosis and treatment of ocular diseases such as glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration. These cutting-edge technologies also allow us to identify retinal abnormalities, which include holes or a detachment in the retina. Such diagnostic equipment are valuable tools to monitor changes to one' eye health. From recovery from a stroke to eye-related complications resulting from an underlying systemic issue, these tests serve as both a baseline of the patient's visual health as well as a method of tracking one's progress over time.