We are here to serve your vision needs


A comprehensive eye exam is recommended at least once per year to maintain and manage eye health and vision correction. Comprehensive exams include a detailed look at the health of your eyes as well as an updated prescription for glasses and/or contact lens correction. Along with comprehensive exams, our office also provides care for your urgent eye care needs.

Routine Comprehensive Exam
A vision exam is considered routine when there are no prominent medical conditions that are also being monitored such as Diabetes, Glaucoma, Cataracts, etc.. Routine exams are billable to vision insurance without going through your medical insurance.  


Medical Comprehensive Exam
A vision exam is considered medical when there is a prominent medical condition also being monitored such as Diabetes, Glaucoma, Cataracts, etc.. Medical vision exams are billed to medical insurance coverage rather than vision insurance. However your vision benefits will still be applicable to glasses and/or contact lenses that may be needed for vision correction.
Medical Office Visit
If ever you feel the need for urgent care of an eye issue we are here to assist. Flashes, floaters, foreign objects, pain, itchiness or burning, or just general concerns please do not hesitate to call and schedule a visit with one of our doctors. 





Bringing the most advanced technology to our patients, we recommend optomap® ultra-wide digital retinal imaging as part of your comprehensive eye exam.


Why an optos image?

The optomap ultra-wide digital retinal imaging system helps you and your eye doctor make informed decisions about your eye health and overall well-being. Combining your eye doctor’s expertise and optomap technology, optomap brings your eye exam to life. Most retinal conditions and other diseases can be treated successfully with early detection. Without a comprehensive eye exam, you may not be aware of a potential problem. You may see clearly, and because the retina has no nerve endings, you may not feel any pain, a symptom which may otherwise prompt you to see your doctor.


Your Retina

The retina is a delicate lining at the back of the eye similar to film in a camera. Light strikes the retina through the lens in your eye and produces a picture which is then sent to the brain, enabling you to see. An unhealthy retina cannot send clear signals to your brain which can result in impaired vision or blindness. 


Optomap Story

“In 1990 my five year old son Leif Anderson went blind in one eye because a retinal detachment was detected too late for treatment. Although he was having regular eye exams, conventional tests were uncomfortable, especially for a small child. I sought to find a way to make retinal examinations easier. Leif, now a young man, has adjusted beautifully and we are thankful to, hopefully, help other families avoid vision loss.” —Douglas Anderson, Optos founder

Visit http://www.optos.com/ for more information.