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Diagnostic Technology

As part of our mission to provide the latest technology in eye care, we offer Optomap imaging, OCT testing, and Automated Perimetry.
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Adult Wellness Exam

Patients should see their optometrist for a comprehensive eye examination every 1-3 years, depending on their age, risk of disease and overall physical condition. 
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Contact Lens Fitting

Eye examinations for contact lenses include special tests that typically aren't performed in routine eye evaluations for eyewear. 
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Pediatric Wellness Exam

Typically scheduled every one to two years, your optometrist is able to evaluate your child for a wide range of pediatric visual and health complications that school screenings regularly miss.
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InfantSEE Exam

InfantSEE is a health program sponsored by the American Optometric Association (AOA) where participating optometrists provide a one-time, comprehensive eye assessment to infants in their first year of life, offering early detection of potential eye and vision problems at no cost regardless of income.
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Diabetic Eye Examinations

Diabetic eye examinations are recommended at least annually to detect early signs of diabetic eye disease, which can cause blindness.
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Dry Eye Evaluation

Depending on severity, Dry Eye evaluations may be scheduled anywhere from every 1 month to every year.
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Emergency Eye Care

Same-day appointments are schedule for emergent cases of eye pain or vision loss.
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Cataract, LASIK, & Other Post-Operative Surgical Care

Vision Care Associates provides pre-operative and post-operative care to patients undergoing refractive surgery.
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High Risk Medication Monitoring

High-Risk Medication Monitoring is typically recommended annually for patients that are taking medications that can have severe ocular complications.
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