• Comprehensive Eye Exam

    At 121 Eye Care, we believe that an annual comprehensive eye exam is the best way to maintain healthy vision. Not only will a routine eye examination help keep your glasses or contact lens prescription current - it will also help detect potential eye problems before they cause any long-term damage to your eyesight. Remember that a comprehensive EYE EXAM is not the same thing as a VISION SCREENING. Vision screenings are general eye tests that are meant to help identify people who are at risk for vision problems. Screenings include brief vision tests performed at your local school, pediatrician's office, or at the DMV when getting your driver's license renewed.A vision screening can indicate that you need to get an eye exam, but it does not serve as a substitute for a comprehensive eye exam. Annual comprehensive eye examinations are necessary for ensuring overall ocular health. Moreover, they help to detect abnormal changes in the eye that can indicate a more serious issue. This is true for those that wear eyeglasses or contact lenses, as well as for individuals that have 20/20 vision. While some changes in vision may be obvious, such as the inability to read the board, many vision problems have no symptoms or signs, and without an annual eye exam they can go unnoticed until they fester into a much worse issue that cannot be reversed. The key to maintaining good vision, and good health, is early detection.During the exam our eye doctors look for any abnormal changes that could be indicators of potential eye diseases or conditions. Additional tests may be required based the results of the comprehensive eye exam.
  • Infection, Allergies & Injuries

    Our doctors can prescribe medications to treat and manage various ocular conditions such as infection, allergies, Dry Eye Syndrome, foreign bodies, and more. During the exam our eye doctors look for any abnormal changes that could be indicators of potential eye diseases or medical conditions.
  • Eyeglasses & Contacts

    Our doctors have thousands of trial contact lenses at our finger tips to fit you with the best mode for your lifestyle. One-day, two week, or one month disposable lenses are designed for health, comfort, and convenience. They’re perfect for the occasional or full-time wearer, and are also available in toric and multifocal (bifocal) designs. Some brands are even FDA-approved for continuous, overnight wear. Also, we have an array of trial color contact lenses for cosmetic purposes.
  • Child Eyecare (5+ years)

    Undetected or untreated vision problems can hinder a child's ability to perform to their full potential in school. In fact, many eye diseases can impair vision or lead to vision loss. Since vision is closely linked to the learning process, children who have trouble seeing will often have trouble with their schoolwork. Many times, children will not complain of vision problems simply because they don't know what "normal" vision looks like. This is why it is important for people of all ages to have their eyes checked regularly.
  • Retinal Imaging

    A high-definition digital image of the retinal area (the inside of the eye) helps your doctor diagnose and manage eye diseases in the delicate retinal area. Damage to these delicate structures of the retinal area is often the first sign of systemic diseases such as MS, diabetes and more. The retina is the “window to the body” and routine retinal imaging can help your eye doctor monitor the changes in your eye health from year to year.
  • Automated Visual Field

    Visual Field testing can help save vision because it is another test used to diagnose or rule out glaucoma and other neurological disorders that affect vision. This simple, but effective service can detect various medical conditions such as strokes, brain tumors, and other neurological defects.
  • Dilation

    Eye drops are used with patient consent to dilate the pupils for a detailed look into the inside of the eye. Vision may be impaired for several hours following this procedure. Based on your medical/ ocular history, your doctor will recommend when this procedure should be done.