List of available services & treatments

Medical Eye Care

-Optometrists are the primary care provider for the eye. In addition to evaluating one’s need for vision correction, we also provide diagnosis, treatment, and management for the following conditions:

  • Diabetes
  • Cataracts
  • Allergies
  • Hypertension
  • Glaucoma
  • Age Related Macular Degeneration
  • Infections
  • Dry Eye
  • Stroke and Brain Injury
  • Emergency Visits

    -Have a red eye? Think you got something in your eye? Call us! We are here to help- even if it’s after hours! A red eye is the body’s way of telling you something is wrong with your eye. It could be an infection, a foreign object, or even allergies. The only real way to properly diagnose the cause of a red eye is to have it evaluated by an eye care professional, and the sooner you receive treatment the more likely your condition will resolve quickly. Never, self-medicate a red eye as certain eye drops can actually make your red eye WORSE. Always see your eye care professional first before using eye drops.

    Routine Vision Care

    -As the primary care provider to the eye, we provide outstanding care for all of your visual needs. We offer individually tailored fits for your spectacle prescriptions to place the optics exactly where you - and only you- need them to help you see the world better. Whether it’s glasses to help you see the road signs, computer, or tablet better, our digitally measured and laser surfaced lenses will more than satisfy your visual needs. In addition to glasses, we provide contact lens evaluations for all visual needs including multi-focal and astigmatism correction.

    Pediatric Eye Care

    -Just like you would take your child to the pediatrician to ensure they are growing and developing normally, your child should have routine annual eye examinations to ensure the eyes and visual system are properly developing. We see children 6 months of age and older to measure visual acuity and check ocular health, as well as look for eye turns (strabismus) and lazy eye (amblyopia). We even offer a specialty contact lens options that can help slow down the progression of your child’s near-sightedness.

    Specialty Contact Lens

    -Not everyone is fortunate to have eyes that can be corrected with soft contact lenses. For those instances where a soft contact lens or glasses cannot correct your vision due to a medical cause, we provide specialty contact lens fits. Our services range from scleral contact lenses and RGPs (hard contact lenses) to hybrid contact lenses. If you have been told you can’t wear contact lenses, schedule an appointment for a specialty contact lens fitting. We even fit orthokeratology lenses that provide a blade-free and laser-free alternative to LASIK and other forms of laser vision correction!


    -Just like your primary care doctor will co-manage your surgery with your surgeon, we co-manage your surgery with your ophthalmologist for laser vision correction, cataract, and retinal surgeries. We provide all of the pre-op and post-op care and communicate with your ophthalmologist’s office directly to make sure your surgical experience goes as smoothly as it should.

    Optos Digital Retinal Imaging

    -Every comprehensive exam at Primary Eye and Vision Care will include wide field imaging of the retina. This is like a panoramic "bird's eye view" of the back of the eye, allowing our doctors to manage and document the state of the optic nerve, macula, retina, blood vessels, and more. Additionally, we love to educate our patients about their own eyes and Optos is a useful tool for that. Easy and non-invasive, Optos digital imaging is great for kids, too.

    You are in a good hands....