- Medical Vision Examinations
- Cataract Surgery
- Laser Procedures
- Diabetic Retinopathy
- Macular Degeneration
- Dry Eye
- Allergic Conjunctivitis
A medical eye exam produces a diagnosis, like allergic conjunctivitis, dry eye, glaucoma, or cataracts, to mention a few. Depending on your medical insurance policy, it may cover a medical eye exam, but will not pay for the examination if it a routine eye exam. Examinations for medical eye care, assessment of current eye complaint or to follow up on an existing medical condition are billed to your medical insurance plan.
Comprehensive Eye Exam
- Refractive evaluation to diagnose refractive errors
- Pressure test to determine interocular pressure of the eye.
- If necessary, a visual field test to measure your peripheral vision will be completed.
- Testing vision by evaluation of visual acuity.
- Dilated pupil examination of the back of the eye, retina, and underlying blood vessels.
- Slit lamp Exam to examine the cornea, the lens, iris, and surrounding tissue/fluid.
- It is done as part of a Comprehensive Examination
- It is a measurement of the refractive error of your eyes. We do this to help calculate your best vision.
- It helps establish the quality of vision in the presence of certain diseases.