- Comprehensive medical eye exams
- Routine eye exams
- Emergency office visits and after hours care
- Specialty contact lens fitting
- Medicaid exams and glasses dispensing
- Low vision exams
At your visit we will perform a prescription for glasses, thoroughly check the outside and inside of the eye for any potential problems or eye diseases. If you wear contact lenses or are interested in them, the doctors can perform additional testing to determine the best contact lens prescription for your visual needs.
Myopia Control Treatments:
Myopia (nearsightedness) has become widespread among young people over the last 20 years due in large part to genetics and lifestyle choices. By 2050 more than 50% of our school-age population are expected to be myopic. Leaving myopia unmanaged can contribute to severe eye health complications and sight-threatening conditions later in life including retinal detachment, myopic maculopathy, glaucoma, and even early cataracts. Our skilled doctors can discuss many treatment options to prevent the further progression of myopia.
Low Vision Evaluations:
Our doctors will do a thorough Medical Eye Exam and then work to evaluate your vision and lifestyle needs. Afterward, you will learn the best strategies to restore your ability to do the things you love. We offer a wide range of practical low vision devices, keeping in mind budget and lifestyle of the patient. We are committed to helping each of our low-vision patients achieve their goals of improved vision.
Comprehensive Medical Eye Exams:
This exam is offered to our patients with significant medical conditions including, but not limited to; diabetes, high blood pressure, glaucoma, cataract and macular degeneration.
Routine Eye Exams:
This includes a check up for glasses or contact lenses.
Emergency Office Visits and After Hours Care:
This is offered to our patients with red eyes, infections, foreign materials in the eye and many other urgent eye care issues.
Specialty Contact lens Fitting:
Our skilled doctors can fit patients with special needs including; keratoconus, bifocal, multifocal contacts and toric lenses.
Medicaid Exams and Glasses Dispensing:
We have glasses available for all the Georgia Medicaid plans.
Low Vision Exams:
This exam is for visually impaired patients who require help with mobility and life style adjustments due to vision loss.