Absolutely! It is our goal to act as an extension of your primary eye care practitioner. We will immediately return you to your referring doctor, once our care is complete.
We want to provide the best care to our patients based on their needs, not the insurance company’s requirements and limitations. We, therefore, do not act as a participating provider for any [...]
During a primary eye exam your eye care provider will evaluate, diagnose and treat eye diseases and visual disorders. Some patients, however, require more extensive testing to fully assess their [...]
My daughter has severe farsightedness in one eye and was diagnosed with refractive amblyopia. She just received her glasses, and one lens is much thicker than the other. She is complaining that the glasses make her dizzy and she won’t wear them. Can anything be done about this?
When one eye needs much stronger vision correction than the other eye, contact lenses are sometimes preferable to eyeglasses. Unequal lens powers in glasses can cause an unequal magnification [...]
According to the visual screening done at school, my 5 year old son has 20/40 vision in both eyes. Is this a reason for concern, or could his visual condition improve with time?
In general, 5 year old children can see 20/25 or better. Yet there are a number of possible reasons for his vision diagnosis. Visual acuity testing is highly subjective. Your child is asked to [...]