The Comprehensive Ophthalmology provides general eye care for patients, including medical and surgical services with emphasis on state-of-the-art cataract surgery.
Comprehensive ophthalmologists manage:
1. Dry eyes
2. Blepharitis, styes
3. Eye infections and inflammations
5. Cataracts and refractive problems
6. Certain retinal disorders
What you can expect when visiting Specialty Eye Care Medical Center:
It’s important for everybody to have eye exams on a regular basis to check for problems. Regular eye exams are critical for detecting:
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
Before your eye exam, the eye doctor or an office staff member will take your medical and vision history.
Your eye exam may take from half an hour to an hour. It will evaluate both your vision and the health of your eyes.
First time patients will be asked to fill out some paperwork to help us better understand your current and prior medical conditions. One of our skilled technicians will then bring you back into our office.
Our trained technician will then ask you more about your eye condition to gather more detailed information to be entered for yours and our records.
Most common eye exams administered are Visual Acuity, Intraocular Pressure Measurement, Refraction, Glaucoma Testing, and Pupil Dilation. Very often additional tests will be required such as Fluorescein Angiography, OCT, etc.
Your physician at Specialty Eye Care will determine the exam needed pertaining to your problems and will explain the results. Based on the results of your exam, the physician will recommend a procedure to correct the problem or surgery.
The time estimates are based on regular visitation and testing procedures. It does not include diagnostic testing or performance of the procedures.