Optics and Eye Care

Comprehensive Consultation to determine your eye health and vision needs
Every patient is unique and has different requirements. Dr. Roberts will assess your individual needs, determine a diagnosis, and establish a treatment plan based on those requirements.

Patient History
A thorough patient history helps to determine any symptoms the individual is experiencing and helps identify general heath problems or other conditions that could be affecting vision. This includes past history and family history.

Preliminary Tests
Preliminary evaluation may include tests for depth perception, color vision, peripheral or side vision, and the way your pupils respond to light
Visual Acuity
Visual acuity determines how clearly each eye is seeing. The results are written as a fraction such as 20/40. The top number in the fraction is the distance at which testing is done, twenty feet. The bottom number is the smallest size letters you were able to read on the chart. Normal distance visual acuity is 20/20.

Refraction For Glasses and/or Contact Lenses
Determining your best vision with glasses and/or contacts.

Visual Acuity At Near and Mid-Range Distances
Clear vision at near distance is critical to reading, writing, close work, computer use, etc.

Eye Focusing, Eye Teaming, and Eye Movement Testing
Assessment of how well the eyes focus, move and work together. To obtain a clear, single image of what is being viewed, the eyes must effectively change focus, move and work together. Deficiencies can cause numerous difficulties, including poor depth perception, visual fatigue, headaches, and reduced reading comprehension.

Complete Eye Health Evaluation
The health of your eyes, inside and out, is carefully evaluated for problems such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetes, hypertension, etc.

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