We are a full service vision and eye health provider and offer a wide scope of services. In addition, to vision and medical eye care, we are also the leading providers of specialty, hard-to-fit contact lenses.
Read more about each service below.
Yearly Eye Exams
At ProView Eye Care Optometry, our eye examinations are performed not just so the patient can see their best now, but so they can see for the rest of their life. We do more than just prescribe glasses and contact lenses. We are able to detect eye diseases that may eventually cause permanent vision damage, something glasses and contact lenses can’t fix.
Bottom line, an eye examination is like a “physical” for your eyes, and it should be performed every year.
Contact lenses are a great option for vision correction. Tremendous advancements have been made in the contact lens design and materials, resulting in better comfort and vision.
Whether it’s comfort, vision or both, we are likely to meet your contact lens needs with our large array of contact lenses.
Our doctors are also highly trained in hard-to-fit and specialty contact lenses. We have helped restore functional vision in many patients with corneal disease and corneal transplants with the use of specialty contact lenses. Call or visit us today to find out more!
Dry eyes occur when the eyes do not produce enough tears, or the tears are not staying on the surface of the eye. There are several forms of dry eyes that may be causing this condition.
Our doctors will be able to assess your eye health to determine the most effective treatment plan.
If you have a headache, especially in or around your eyes it may be from eyestrain or uncorrected vision. Our doctors will be able to assess your vision and eye health to determine if these headaches are caused by your eyes.
Glaucoma is a disease that causes damage to the optic nerve. Think of your optic nerve as the power cord that connects your eye to your brain. Therefore, damage to this connection can cause loss in vision and possibly blindness.
There are several types of glaucoma, but generally it is when the pressure in your eye is elevated. At every yearly eye exam, we measure your eye pressure and perform several tests to determine if you have a risk for glaucoma.
Typically, patients do not feel elevated eye pressures. Therefore, it is extremely important to keep up with yearly eye exams in order to track your eye pressures. If glaucoma is diagnosed, our doctors are experienced in treatment and management of this condition.
Our eyes have a lens that helps us see clearly, just like a camera. As we get older, our natural lens loses clarity and becomes cloudy and opaque. This results in cloudy vision, difficulty with glare and driving at night as well as trouble reading small print.
Once the cataract has matured to a point that it has significantly impaired your vision then cataract surgery is indicated. Our doctors can assess your natural lens to determine if there is cataract development and if present, the level of significance.
Diabetic Eye Care
Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in working aged adults. There is a likelihood you may know someone who has lost vision or went blind because of diabetic retinopathy.
Prevention of diabetes occurring in the back of the eye starts with having yearly eye exams. Our doctors are experts at identifying any vision threatening damage from diabetes and uses state-of-the-art technology to detect any potential risks.
Be proactive with your eye health and make sure to have yearly diabetic eye exams to prevent blindness!
Computer Vision Syndrome
Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) has become a widespread problem. Many of our jobs require us to use the computer for several hours during the day. In addition, when we are away from work, we find ourselves using tablets, smartphones and laptops.
Focusing on these devices puts a heavy strain on our eyes. Especially when we are going from focusing on the computer, to a paper, and then back at the computer screen. This routine of focusing and refocusing can cause eye problems such as eyestrain, fatigue, blurred vision, and dry eyes.
Our doctors can assess for CVS by listening to your symptoms and evaluating your visual system. Computer lenses with a specific coating can be prescribed to reduce symptoms caused by CVS. Come in today to find out more!