Patient Resources

Since most blindness is preventable if diagnosed and treated early, regular medical examinations by an ophthalmologist are very important. Eye disease can occur at any age. Many eye diseases do not cause symptoms until the disease has done damage. We can help. Our mission is to help your whole family see a brighter future.

 

FAQ

Our frequently asked questions section if full of helpful information, all designed to enhance your awareness of many medical questions relating to your vision and eye exam.

Contact Lens Form

For new or current patients who wear contact lenses, please review our contact lens form. Fill out the form and bring it with you to your appointment. Please wear your current lenses, bring your glasses, and a copy of your current contact lens prescription or your contact lens boxes. Contact lens fees are charged in addition to the exam fees.

Normal Vision Development in Babies and Children

Babies’ vision goes through many changes in the first months after birth. Understand what your baby is seeing at the different stages of his or her life.

Did you know?

Helpful and educational tips on many eye-related topics – all designed to enhance your eye health.

Notice of Privacy Practices

This Notice of Privacy Practices is required by the Privacy Regulations created as a result of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996.

Lazy-eye Test. org

If not discovered and treated early, an eye with amblyopia (“lazy-eye”) may never develop good vision and could even become legally blind. This free vision test is for children aged 3 years and up.

How the Eye Works Video

The macula is a small area at the center of the retina that gives us our pinpoint central vision. The area of retina surrounding the macula gives us our peripheral vision. AMD is a breakdown of the macula. When the macula doesn’t work properly, your central vision can be diminished.

Healthy Vision at the Computer

People who sit in front of a computer for long periods of time often encounter a variety of uncomfortable symptoms. Headaches, neck strain, backaches and wrist pain are common, but, sadly, the most prevalent symptoms of prolonged computer use-eye strain, blurred vision and dry eye-are often overlooked. In fact, eye and vision problems are the most frequently reported health care problems among computer users.