Our comprehensive eye examination includes a test of the visual system and how the eyes work in coordination with each other as well as the external and internal ocular health of the eye. After a brief medical history, you will be examined by the latest in technology. The instrumentation we use to map your prescription can also allow us to detect rare disorders like irregular astigmatism as well as corneal diseases such as keratoconus. We also use a 21 megapixel retinal camera to show you a picture of the inside of your eye so that you can see what we see. From there, you will receive a refraction (better one or two) from Dr. Sean Hensley via our TRS automated system. This allows not only an instantaneous view of your old and new Rx, but allows us to keep more than 6 feet of separation from you. Helping to protect our patients like you from Covid-19. From there, you will have a thorough evaluation of your ocular health with some of the best technology available today. Your examination will typically take from 25-45 minutes depending on if you have your eyes dilated.
The starting point of all prescriptions begins with an auto-refraction. This uses circular wavelengths of light, reflected off the cornea (the front, clear window of the eye) to give us an idea of your near-sightedness, far-sightedness, and astigmatism. Our new Tomey RT7000 now allows us to detect early changes in the cornea. This enables us to diagnose and treat at an earlier stage diseases like dry eye, night blindness, and keratoconus.
Just like you, eye doctors have to see other eye doctors to keep their ocular health maintained. Which means we are poked and prodded just like you are. And if you’ve ever had the old “puff test” performed on your eyes, we can almost assure that you hate it just as much as Dr. Hensley does. So he decided to get rid of it and use the brand new iCare Tonopen. Using a probe smaller than the size of a fine tipped pen, we can now accurately check your eye pressure without any air!
The M&S Visual Acuity TV Charts allow us to use HDTV to enhance your exam. This technology lets us change contrasts, give an infinate number of letters to keep you from memorizing charts, and allows us to display pictures and television to help with younger children’s exams as well as entertain everyone else.
The Marco TRS 5100 is one of the most advanced and clinically useful refraction systems ever invented. This phoropter allows the doctor to modify your Rx from a distance, instead of being awkwardly close and uncomfortable. It also uses technology called monocular diplopia to allow you to choose between fuzzy and clear dots, instead of confusing letters. Everyone can tell the difference between a fuzzy and clear dot, but sometimes we have a hard time telling between a “G” and an “O”. This allows you the most accurate Rx possible as well as giving you an instantaneous measurement between your old and new Rx.
- Complete optical with a trained staff
- Same Day lenses (in some cases)
- Orthokeratology (“Non-surgical Lasik)
- Advanced Diagnostic Capabilities
- Eye Trauma and Infections
- Lasik, Cataract, and Surgical Consultations
Our optical offers the latest in frame styling and fashion. We house over 700 selections from designer brands to the everyday affordable. A complete list of our designer brands can be found under our frames section. Also, be sure to check out our specials section for great deals on frames!
We stock a large range of prescriptions in house to accommodate emergency situations or update your new Rx. In the event we do not stock your lenses, we overnight ship all orders offering you the fastest availability possible. Certain insurance restrictions apply to in house lab orders.
Contacts can correct for almost all ranges of prescriptions as well as come in bifocals. In addition, we carry specialty lenses for correcting corneal diseases, surgical complications of all types including post-RK difficulties, and all manner of unique prescriptions.