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Our Services

Pediatric Eye Examinations

Your child's best eye care begins early. Even if no eye or vision problems are apparent, the American Optometric Association recommends scheduling eye examinations for your child at ages 1, 3, and 5.

We recommend a vision test prior to beginning school each year. Early detection and treatment will help reduce the need for more invasive eye care later in life.  Some problems, like amblyopia (or lazy eye), can be detected and addressed at a young age before becoming more serious issues.

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Comprehensive Eye Health Examinations

Visiting an eye doctor for an annual eye exam is incredibly important to maintaining the health of your eyes, regardless of your age. Adults, seniors, and children should make an appointment with our optometrist on a yearly basis in order to correct any vision issues, update prescriptions for eyeglasses and contact lenses, prevent vision loss, and identify any early warning signs of disease. Eye exams can also reveal previously undiagnosed health issues like high blood pressure and diabetes.

An annual eye exam can assist in the detection of underlying health problems that may be in the early stages of development.

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Medical Examinations

Clear View Vision eye exams are a series of diagnostic tests performed to evaluate your vision health, based on these key areas:


  • Visual Acuity

  • Refraction (Eyeglass Prescriptions, Contact Lens Prescriptions)

  • Eye Alignment

  • Depth Perception

  • Peripheral Vision

  • Color Vision

  • Eye pressure and Glaucoma Risk Assessment

  • Dry Eye Assessment

  • Retinal Photography for Ocular and Systemic Disease Assessment including Macular Degeneration

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Contact Lens Examinations

The contact lens industry is always developing new innovations to make contacts more comfortable, convenient and accessible. Therefore, one of the initial steps in a contact lens consultation is to discuss with your eye doctor some lifestyle and health considerations that could impact the type of contacts that suit you best.

Some of the options to consider are whether you would prefer daily disposables or monthly disposable lenses, as well as soft versus rigid gas permeable (GP) lenses. If you have any particular eye conditions, our eye doctor can provide specific recommendations for the right type or brand for your optimal comfort and vision needs.

Additionally, we offer these contact lens options:

  • Gas permeable

  • Soft contacts

  • Multifocal contacts

  • Monovision

Even if you've been told you can't wear contact lenses, we may be able to help. Specialty contacts are available for patients with dry eyes, severe astigmatism and more.

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Full Service Optical 


We have one of the most extensive eyewear collections in the area. We are always on top of trends and favorite styles.

Our staff will help you find the best fit for your specific needs and explain how different lenses and frames will impact your vision. They will help you narrow down your choices so you can find the look, fit and functionality you want from your eyewear.

We have the below features in our optical:

  • Glasses styles and sizes for infants to adults

  • A full range of ophthalmic lens

  • Safety glasses

  • Sunglasses

  • Free adjustments, nose pad changes and cleaning

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