Modern Eye Care, Made Easy
Set Your Sights on the Treatments of Tomorrow, Today.
Our team is committed to providing vision services that go beyond just a prescription. We offer treatment for advanced eye conditions as well as preventative therapies that can help you see life clearly for as long as possible. Whether you need routine eye exams or more complicated vision testing, we are here for you. Our modern office equipment helps us meet your vision needs with simplicity and comfort at the heart of our approach.
Here are just some of the advanced technologies we are proud to offer at our office locations:
Myopia management is an essential aspect of what we do. Just like our clinics for astigmatism, presbyopia, and other vision conditions, we make a point to address your unique concerns. If you struggle to see road signs, read your texts, or drive at night, we know a way to help!
Optomap retinal photos can be taken in lieu of dilation for patients who may be nervous to have dilation performed, have conditions which contradict dilation, or just lead busy lives and don’t have the time to be dilated. We offer this service for adults who prefer a simpler approach to eye care.
Dry eye therapies, including intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy, therapeutic contact lenses, punctal occlusion, and other in-office and at-home treatment plans.
Visual Field assessments can help determine whether a patient has vision loss or “blind spots” with a simple, non-invasive test. Repeating these assessments over time can show the progression of these blind spots and help your Doctor develop a treatment plan unique to your eyes.
RightEye Vision Testing is also available to our patients. This special testing instrument is used to diagnose eye movement disorders and provide therapy solutions to address these concerns. These movement deficiencies may be found in people that have not developed good eye skills such as: children – especially with symptoms of fatigue, headaches, double vision, reading disorders; patients with minor TBI- mild concussions, strokes, etc; and athletes/ weekend warriors who want to perform at a higher level (just to name a few)!
OCT, or Optical Coherence Tomography imaging is often performed as part of a treatment plan for conditions like glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. This assessment allows us to examine the health of the back of the eye by using light to create cross-sectional images of a person’s retina.
We also specialize in the treatment of thyroid eye disease, macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, and diabetic eye care!
We make eye care easy when it matters most. Visit us to experience the Spectrum Optical difference today.