Routine Eye Exam
Comprehensive Eye Exam:
A window to your health
A comprehensive eye exam should be done routinely every 1-2 years. Your eye doctor will make her recommendation based on your results. Contact lens exams are usually recommended every year to ensure the prescription and fit are accurate. If you have a medical condition that requires closer monitoring and/or treatment, your eye doctor may advise an eye exam more than once a year and may refer you to see an ophthalmologist.
Listed below are what you can expect at your visit to Panoptic Eye Care and what make our practice unique:
Hassle-free check-in at Panoptic Eye Care! Please access and complete your Patient Forms under the "Patients" tab above prior to your appointment. We use an electronic medical records system to keep our office eco-friendly.
**Please be sure to bring your photo ID, vision insurance, and medical insurance cards to your appointment.
**Please also bring your current medications list, glasses, and contact lens prescription.
Puff Free Zone:
Have you ever had a puff of air blown into your eyes at your visit to your eye doctor? At Panoptic Eye Care, we understand how uncomfortable this test could be for you. We have invested in technology that will accurately check your intraocular pressures with ease and comfort.
State Of The Art Refraction System:
This advanced technology assists the doctor with determining your prescriptions for glasses (all-purpose, driving, computer, reading, sun protection, blue light protection, and others). Its sleek design keeps you comfortable for the duration of the test. You’ll also be able to easily appreciate the improved quality of vision.
This great device has 2 functions:
It can be used as a screening tool if dilation is not permitted during your routine eye exam. It allows the doctor to carefully evaluate your retinal health. Note: routine dilation is still the recommended and most comprehensive method of evaluating eye health.
It can be used to monitor changes and/or progression of eye conditions. If there is a finding that the doctor would like to document, this procedure will likely be recommended.
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT):
We now offer even more detailed imaging for your eye health evaluation. This device takes cross-section pictures of your retina, like a CT scan. Our doctor can map and measure the underlying retinal layers. These measurements help with diagnosis and provide treatment guidelines for glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, and more.
Exceptional Customer Service:
Panoptic Eye Care values our patients and their time. We pride ourselves in making your visit as personalized and efficient as possible, from welcoming you to our practice to sending you home with better vision in your new glasses and contact lenses. We have partnered with a lab that is highly reputable in quality and service. Our lab will make your product with great precision and deliver it in a timely manner. We hope to meet you soon!