1) Comprehensive Eye Exams for Adults and Children
The eye exam consists of two parts: The first part of the exam is to determine if you have a vision condition.  Vision conditions can include Amblyopia (lazy eye), Astigmatism, Hyperopia, Myopia, Presbyopia and Strabismus (eye turn).  The second part of the exam requires a dilation to determine the presence of any eye disease.  Some of the most common eye diseases can include Cataract, Computer Vision Syndrome, Conjunctivitis (pink eye), Diabetic Retinopathy, Dry Eye Syndrome, Glaucoma, Hordeolum (sty), Hypertensive Retinopathy, Macular Degeneration, Retinal Detachments, Vitreous Floaters.

2) Contact Lens Fit

After a full comprehensive exam, measurements of the cornea are taken to determine whether you are a candidate for contact lenses.  Then the appropriate lenses are chosen followed by training on insertion and removal.  Education on proper techniques in lens handling, cleaning, and care is also provided.  After one week of using a complimentary trial pair of contact lenses, you will then need to follow up for a final prescription.

Contact lenses we commonly prescribe are:  Colored Contact Lenses, Contacts for overnight wear (breathable lenses), Contacts for Dry Eyes, Contacts for Astigmatism, Monovision Contact Lenses, Bifocal or Multifocal Contacts, Rigid Gas Permeable Contact Lenses (hard contacts), Specialty Contact Lenses (Keratoconus)

3) Emergency Services

We provide urgent care to all patients during normal office hours for eye injuries, eye infections or contact lens related problems.  If you are under the care of our doctor and need to reach us outside of normal business hours, we can be reached at  407.497.6203.

4) Ocular Disease Diagnosis & Management

We detect eye diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and many more.  Once we have detected a problem in your eye, we will choose whether to manage this problem in our office, or to refer you to the appropriate specialist.

5) Surgery Co-Management
We will refer you to a cataract surgeon and will work closely with them before and after your surgery to provide the appropriate follow up care.

6) Laser Vision Consultation
Many patients are a candidate for laser vision correction.  We provide each patient with a full comprehensive exam and corneal measurements, then work closely with your surgeon before and after your surgery.  We then perform all follow up care at our office.

7) Drivers License Exam
We gladly fill out the Department of Motor Vehicle’s forms after completing a comprehensive eye exam at our office.