- Comprehensive Eye Exams
Eye and vision examinations are an important part of preventive health care. Many eye and vision problems have no obvious sign or symptoms, so you might not know a problem exists. Early diagnosis and treatment of problems can help prevent vision loss.
- Diabetic Eye Exams
Diabetes is the leading cause of vision loss for Americans under the age of 74, and Doctors of Optometry are dedicated to early diagnosis and timely treatment to prevent diabetes related blindness. Optometrists perform the majority of comprehensive, dilated eye examinations for people with diabetes in the United States and are well versed in the treatment and management of diabetic eye disease.
- Management of Ocular Disease
Including Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, and Cataracts using the latest technology for retinal scans and photos.
- Contact Lenses
We love fitting our patients in the latest contact lens technology! Our Doctors will recommend the best brand for your during your exam. We want you to see your best and feel your best.
- Dry Eye Disease and Treatment
Dry eye syndrome (DES) is a chronic condition that develops when your eyes do not produce and maintain enough tears to keep the eye's surface lubricated. Dry eye is a common condition in which a person doesn't have enough quality tears to lubricate and nourish the eye. Tears are necessary for maintain the health of the front surface of the eye and for providing clear vision. Dry eyes can be a chronic condition, but your optometrist can prescribe treatment to keep your eyes healthy and comfortable and to prevent your vision from being affected. The primary approaches used to manage and treat dry eyes include adding tears using artificial tear solution, conserving tears, increasing tear production, and treating the inflammation of the eyelids or eye surface that contributes to dry eyes.
- Eye Emergencies (Pink/Red Eyes)
We can see you the same day to help you with pink eye/eye infection, or sores eyes, foreign body removal and other eye emergencies.
- Pediatric Eye Exams
According to experts, 80% of learning is visual, which means that if your child is having difficulty seeing clearly, his or her learning can be affected. To ensure that your children have the visual resources they need to grow and develop normally, their eyes and vision should be checked by an optometrist at certain stages of their development.
- LASIK & Refractive Surgery Co-Management
If you're ready for an alternative to glasses and/or contacts, look to us for co-management of LASIK, cataract, and other ocular surgery.
Accent Vision Care has the experience and equipment necessary to diagnose and often treat the eye disease at our office. For more information please schedule an appointment with your optometrist. Schedule your visit today!
- Special Health Testing & Technology
Optomap Retinal Imaging
We are pleased to inform you that during your next visit to Accent Vision Care, you will experience the benefits of the latest technology in eye exams – the Optomap™ Retinal Exam. The Optomap will produce the most comprehensive image of your retina, and allow us to perform a more thorough exam than was previously possible. The result is that we can better prevent or reduce vision loss in our patients with a simple, quick and patient-friendly new exam.
Any routine eye exam should always include a careful look at the retina, which is located at the back of the eye, to screen for abnormalities or disease. The sensitive tissue that makes up the retina is susceptible to a variety of diseases that can ultimately lead to partial loss of vision or even complete blindness. Early detection of any retinal abnormality is thus crucial. Previously, this screening was done by dilating the pupils, a procedure that many patients found uncomfortable, inconvenient and time-consuming.
The Optomap is made possible by using a new technology – Optos Daytona Retinal Imaging System. The Optomap enables us to see nearly all of your retina. Furthermore, it eliminates the discomfort and inconvenience associated with pupil dilation. As a result, you will not experience blurred vision or sensitivity to light following your eye exam. It is important to note however, that should any abnormalities be detected or if we cannot obtain an acceptable image, dilation may be necessary.