Important Message for Eyecare During the Covid-19 Pandemic

We Are Open For Business!
We are open and are observing social distancing protocols. We are also asking that patients wishing to be seen should bring their own masks.

For the public’s health and safety, optometrists, ophthalmologists and other doctors are being urged to see patients only for urgent or emergency problems during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The importance of this:

  • Limiting contact between patients and staff in offices, waiting rooms, exams rooms, and surgical facilities helps to reduce the spread of the coronavirus;
  • Conserve vital disposable medical supplies (like masks, gloves, face shields, and sanitizing wipes, etc.) helps for use in hospitals where they are most needed right now.

Be sure to call your eye care provider for guidance in the following situations:

  • You have an eye disease (such as macular degeneration or diabetes-related retinopathy) and receive regular eye injections;
  • You have any vision treatments that are routinely applied at the eye care provider’s office, and you are uncertain whether these are considered urgent care;
  • You suddenly lose or notice changes in your vision (such as blurred vision, wavy areas of vision, or blank spots in your field of vision);
  • You notice a lot of new floaters or flashes of light in your vision;
  • You have eye pain, headache, red eye, nausea, and vomiting.

For more information on Corona Virus Eye Safety, visit the resources available through the American Academy of Ophthalmology and/or the American Optometric Association.

Comprehensive Eyecare in a Professional and Friendly Atmosphere

At Advanced Eyecare Optometry, the doctors are thoroughly trained in the detection, diagnosis and treatment of vision disorders and eye disease. They utilize state-of-the art equipment such as the Zeiss OCT Optos Retinal Scanning Laser, and Humphrey Auto-Refractor and Visual Field Analyzer, which provides a higher level of care. This facilitates the early detection and management of eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataract which helps preserve your vision!Examinations also include the detection and treatment of eye muscle imbalance, poor eye coordination and reduced focusing ability, which are common problems among children and 40+ year olds.When indicated, the doctors fit any contact lenses required, including specialty lenses for astigmatism, monovision, (simultaneous far and near vision), or bifocal needs, as well as colored contact lenses for those who desire a “different look”.If you are interested in laser eye surgery, (LASIK), the doctors will determine if you are a good candidate, and will provide the pre- and post-op management to insure a good outcome for this procedure.

Should you choose to wear eyeglasses, Advanced Eyecare Optometry offers a modern eyewear boutique with hundreds of styles to from which to choose. The licensed opticians are trained to help you select fashionable eyewear that compliments your lifestyle and fashion sense, all in a relaxed, friendly, caring atmosphere.

If you are looking for someone to help you with all your eyecare needs, then call Advanced Eyecare Optometry today. We’ll put your needs in focus!

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American Academy of Ophthalmology

American Optometric Association