Services

Our staff can serve you and your family with any of your eye care needs.

Eye Exams

Doctors of optometry are independent primary health care providers who examine, diagnose, treat, and manage diseases and disorders of the visual system, the eye, and associated structures as well as diagnose related systemic conditions.

Optometrists provide more than two-thirds of the primary eye care services in the United States.

According to the American Optometric Association healthy, low-risk adults aged 18-39 should have an eye exam performed every two years. If you are considered “at risk” you should have an eye exam performed annually or more frequently if recommended.

Patients at risk include those with diabetes, high cholesterol, hypertension, a family history of ocular disease which includes glaucoma and macular degeneration, working in an occupation that is eye hazardous, those who are taking prescriptions which have ocular side effects, high near-sightedness, and patients who have had eye surgery.

It is recommended that infants receive their free InfantSee exam before the age of 12 months. Per the findings of the InfantSee exam, A child’s next appointment should be at 3 years of age. At 5 years old, the child should receive their next eye exam. After this, the adult guidelines apply.

Contact Lens Exams

Contact lens exams are done on a regular basis here at our clinic. We fit many different types of soft and hard contact lenses. Dr. Thompson and Dr. Hager fit scleral contacts as well to help with many ocular diseases such as keratoconus, dry eye syndrome, and post-surgical ectasia.

Visual Perception and Dyslexia Testing

Dr. Thompson performs visual perceptual and developmental visual evaluations. These examinations look for difficulties that might include deficits in oculomotor tracking, accommodation (focusing), vergence (eye alignment), visual-motor integration and dyslexia screening. If you suspect that you or someone in your family might have issues fully coordinating their eyes request an appointment with Dr. Thompson today.

Co-Management

Medical Optometry
We have great working relationships with other health care providers in our community and our State. An optometrist is a critical partner in the proper care and treatment of many health conditions including diabetes, hypertension, multiple sclerosis, and many others. We routinely work with other medical professionals to help coordinate treatment.

Cataract Co-Management

In the United States, cataracts are the most frequent self-reported cause of visual impairment and the third leading cause of preventable blindness. A cataract is an opacification of the lens inside your eye which effects your vision and thus your daily activities. Cataracts are a normal aging change. Cataract surgery is the most common surgical procedure for those over 65. Our doctors can determine if cataract surgery is right for you and refer you to a surgeon who can help provide excellent surgical care.

Retinal Camera, Visual Fields, Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)

We have a state of the art retinal camera. This specialized microscope/camera combination is designed to photograph the interior surface of the eye, including the retina, optic disc, macula, and posterior pole with great precision. This allows our optometrists to detect subtle changes over time, confirm eye health issues much sooner than usual, and help you understand your ocular condition in a simple, visual way.

The Humphrey Visual Fields technology allows our doctors to monitor any visual field defects for our patients. These defects may be due to glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, strokes, and many other ocular and systemic disease. A baseline screening is included in our annual exam procedures. The visual field can also help diagnose vision loss due to lid droop (ptosis).

The Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) takes cross-sectional pictures of the retina. This allows our doctors to look within the layers of the retina to find pathology and monitor changes. This machine is vital for disease processes such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetes, and many more.

Infant See

The InfantSee program allows your infant one FREE eye exam (before 12 months old) to ensure the health of their eyes. We gladly provide these exams to children in our area because we have seen the difference proper treatment and early detection make in the life of a child.

Lens Fabrication

We can fabricate and finish most lenses in-house which saves you both time and money. Most glasses can be ready within a week, sometimes much sooner. Our Certified Opticians will help you find the perfect frames.

Lasik/PRK Evaluations

With any surgery, an ounce of prevention pays off in leaps and bounds. If you are thinking about having LASIK surgery performed on your eyes request a pre-LASIK evaluation today to ensure that laser surgery is the right option for you.

Proper care must be provided before and after your laser eye surgery; our optometrists will make sure you receive the quality care you and your eyes deserve.

Products

We’re always getting new frames in, so stop in and check them out. Also, if you’re looking for a brand of frames that we currently aren’t advertising get in touch with us and let us know. We also fabricate the majority of lenses for your glasses in-office thus lowering costs for you and your family.

We carry a huge selection of contact lenses. Our contact lens products include soft, hard, and scleral contacts. Dr. Thompson and Dr. Hager fit scleral lenses in our office.