Comprehensive Eye Exam
Comprehensive eye exams use a series of advanced tests and evaluations to provide far more information about your vision and your eye health. In addition to checking for refractive eye errors, your eye doctor will screen you for common eye disease by evaluating the external and internal health of your eyes, including dilation.
Pediatric Eye Exams
Preventative Wellness Testing
With advancements in technology we are able to assess your unique individual risk patterns and provide medical intervention for most ocular diseases at an earlier stage. Take control of your eye health with our Macular Pigment Optical Density (MPOD) testing, peripheral visual field testing, and our widefield retinal imaging.
Medical Eye Exams
A child’s first eye exam should be between 6 months and 1 year of age. Many vision conditions are asymptomatic or not readily recognized, and will not prompt a patient, caregiver, or parent to seek a comprehensive eye and vision examination. Your child’s vision is crucial as they grow, and it is up to us to teach them how they should be able to see the world. We provide our exams in a comfortable environment where we can teach your child about the importance of their vision.
We provide specialized care for patients with Glaucoma, Cataracts, Dry Eye, Keratoconus, Macular Degeneration, Diabetes, Hypertension and Plaquenil use. During your vision exam if your doctor discovers a medical condition that will require further testing and follow-up, the follow-up that results is a medical eye exam. This exam focuses on further evaluation, additional testing, and a recommended treatment plan.
Emergency Eye Care
Our eye doctors can diagnose and treat a range of eye emergencies, from mild to severe. Our goal is to resolve the condition, relieve your painful symptoms, and prevent any further damage to the eye. For true eye emergencies, we can usually see patients the same day.
Specialty Contact Lenses
Each eye is unique and must be evaluated prior to fitting a contact lens and on an annual basis. To help you see and feel great, we offer a range of contact lenses to suit your individual needs, from traditional soft contact lenses to Rigid Gas Permeable (RGPs) and scleral lenses. Our friendly and experienced team is here to help you find the perfect pair of contacts so you can see clearly and comfortably.
Dry Eye Management
Ocular surface disease is more than an uncomfortable inconvenience and can lead to significant visual consequences if left untreated. An accurate diagnosis and individualized treatment plan is essential for clear and comfortable vision. With our training, experience, and state-of-the-art diagnostic instruments you will learn the root cause of your symptoms and learn about dry eye solutions for your unique needs.
Myopia can affect more than your child’s ability to see without glasses. Myopia tends to progress as your child grows, worsening their vision. If unaddressed, myopia can increase their risk of eye disease. Myopia control treatments include special types of spectacle lenses, soft contact lenses, orthokeratology, and atropine eye drops. At your initial consultation, your eye doctor will determine which treatment option will work best for you child.
Our Patients Say
"From the moment you call to make your appointment to picking up your glasses, there isn't a staff member that isn't pleasant and courteous. Dr. Sandra Barker has been my eye doctor for 15+ years and I would recommend her and her staff to anyone. They will work with you to take care of all your needs"