Products & Services


Eyewear as a fashion statement is more popular than ever. Our optical boutique carries a broad selection of today’s popular designer glasses as well as unique, artistic styles. Optical brands include:

Jimmy Choo, Kate Spade, Lilly Pulitzer, Vera Wang, Fysh, Kliik, Modo, Oakley, Ovoo, ProDesign, Ray Ban, Seraphin, State, American Optical, OGI, Line Art, Silhouette and more.


What is a comprehensive eye exam?

A comprehensive eye exam includes the following tests to fully evaluate your visual system:

Visual Acuity – A measurement of your vision with and without correction.

Color Vision Testing – Evaluates color selectivity and deficiencies.

Stereovision Testing – A measurement of your depth perception up close (near).

EOM Testing – Evaluates eye muscle movement and coordination.

Cover Test/Focusing – A cluster of tests that evaluate eye positioning and focusing.

Visual Field Screening – Evaluation of central and peripheral vision. This test helps detect early neurologic problems (such as tumors) and ocular disease.

Pupil Testing – Evaluates pupil response to light stimulus, which is a neurologic and ocular disease screening.

Determination of Refraction – The doctor uses several tests to determine the extent of your prescription for both distance and reading.

Eye Pressure Check – NO air puff!! Eye pressure is one of the factors evaluated when checking for glaucoma.

Ocular Health Evaluation – The doctor with use multiple instruments to look and the outside and inside of your eye, to determine if you have any eye diseases that can lead to vision loss.

What is dilation, and why should I have it done?

Dilation is when the doctor puts a dilating drop in your eye that will cause the pupil (black circle) to get bigger. This allows the doctor to look at the structures inside your eye and check for eye diseases. There are many eye diseases that can only be seen when your eyes are dilated. These drops will cause your vision to be blurry for 45 minutes to 2 hours, depending on the drop used.

What is a contact lens fitting?

The contact lens fitting is a separate exam in which the doctor measures the curves on the front surface of your eyes to select the right size contact lens. He then has you put a diagnostic pair of lenses in and checks the fit on your eyes. If the contact lenses do not fit properly, the contacts can damage your eyes and vision.

Medical/Post Operative Care for:

  • Surgical Co-management for LASIK/PRK
  • Post Operative Care for Cataract and Glaucoma Surgery
  • Treatment for Glaucoma, Dry Eye, and Conjunctivitis
  • Organized Referral Relationships for Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy, and Blepharoplasty
  • ONCALL Emergency Care for Ocular Foreign Body Removal, Corneal Abrasion, and Corneal Ulcers