We take cataract surgery to the highest level using the superiorly engineered Centurion Vision System. This innovative phacoemulsification system makes surgery as smooth and efficient as possible. By using advanced technology lens implants, most people can see at all ranges without dependence on glasses or contact lenses. Ask about the advanced technology upgrade when considering cataract surgery.
We perform numerous eyelid procedures including blepharoplasty (excess skin on eyelids), excision of benign and malignant lid tumors, and in-office removal of skin tags, chalazions (styes), other small lesions.
Routine Eye Exams and Refractions
Just need to get some new glasses or want an up to date eye exam? Our clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art examination tools including the latest Nikon wavefront autorefractor to get the most precise eyeglass or contact prescriptions.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Glaucoma
Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in the world. If you are over 40 and have a family history of glaucoma you should have eye exams every 1-2 years. Learn more about glaucoma.
We use Heidelberg OCT imaging, visual field testing, and precise eye pressure measurements to screen and detect glaucoma before it affects you. Call to schedule an appointment today.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Macular Degeneration
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of severe, permanent vision loss in people over 60. Anyone over 60 or with a family history of AMD should have yearly eye exams.
We can diagnose or rule-out macular degeneration using our diagnostic equipment. Call to schedule an appointment today.
Diabetic Eye Exams
Diabetics can have an eye disease called diabetic retinopathy (damage to blood vessels in the retina). It is recommended for all diabetics to get eye exams at least once a year. Learn more about diabetic retinopathy.
A diabetic exam includes a complete dilated eye examination to help identify damage before it affects your vision. In some cases, we take high resolution images of your retina to help you understand what’s happening inside your eyes.