Our doctors are all board certified to provide exceptional care for you and your family's vision needs. Individual care plans are designed to provide eye care on a personal level. Annual comprehensive examinations are important for preventative healthcare [similar to yearly physicals with a physician] and assist in early diagnosis and treatment of eye and vision problems. The assessment of Patient History, Preliminary Tests, Visual Acuity and Refraction are all included in this type of visit. Should the need arise, we work closely with local specialists to make referral appointments with appropriate professionals and co-manage care throughout. We pride ourselves in providing cutting edge technology to determine the visual and health status of your eyes.
Do you hate leaving the eye doctor wearing sunglasses and struggling to read all afternoon? Good news is, you may have the choice not to! The OptoMap or Optos is a diagnostic replacement for dilation for most patients. It is an elective procedure that costs a CoPayment of $24 for children and students and $29 for adults. Peering through a keyhole, a bright flash will take a picture of your retina. These images are captured and kept in your patient file as a baseline year after year. What's not to love?
All of our doctors are capable of diagnosing and treating many eye conditions. These can range from infection and injuries to ocular diseases like glaucoma and macular degeneration. Co-management with specialists and primary care providers allows us to ensure you are receiving the best care. Emergency appointments can be fit into the schedule same day and after hour care is available via a 24/7 emergency phone number on our answering machine. Your health is our priority!
Dailies, Monthlies and Gas Permeables [Oh My!]. Our doctors select, fit and evaluate each patient to match them with a contact lens that meets their individual needs while providing the best vision without sacrificing eye health. Returning patients may renew their contact lens prescription at their annual eye exams. A fitting fee may apply to new patients and new contact lens wearers;
Between our two offices, we offer a wide selection of frames, lenses and extras in all price ranges. Our opticians are ready to assist you in frame selection and lens options to ensure optimal visual quality and performance. Our inventory is stocked with brands such as; Adensco, Airlock, Autoflex, Banana Republic, Bebe, Bobbi Brown, Boss Orange, Calvin Klein, Carerra, Chesterfield, Classique, Converse, Dutz, DVF, Dragon, Elasta, Emozioni, Europa, Flexon, Fossil, Humphrey's, Juicy Couture, Kate Spade, Lacoste, Liberty Sport, Liz Claiborne, Marc Jacobs, Marchon, Menizzi, Michael Kors, Nautica, Nike, Nine West, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tommy Hilfiger, William Morris and X-Games.
We also offer specialty frames and lenses such as over-the-counter readers, safety and sports frames.
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Our staff is always available to answer questions, offer professional opinions or price out a pair of glasses.
If you have dreamed of being able to enjoy hobbies or even complete every day tasks without depending on glasses or contacts, then call and schedule an appointment! Our doctors co-manage care with all Madison area refractive centers and surgeons to make your dream a reality. Ask our doctor; Dr. Callie Enyart had LASIK in 2002 and still does not require optical correction. Many of our office staff have experience with the procedure as well, so do not hesitate to contacts us with questions and concerns!
Our offices use a range of equipment that assist in the diagnosis and treatment of a number of eye conditions and diseases. These procedures are often billed and covered by medical insurance as opposed to routine vision coverage.
Commonly known as an OCT, this equipment uses light waves to take cross-section images of the retina. These images can be used in the monitoring and treatment of Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration and Eye Related Diabetic Conditions.
This piece of equipment specializes in the detection of Glaucoma and the monitoring of the condition that follows. Using a harmless, invisible laser the GDx takes a scan of the back of the eye for near instant results that would otherwise be obtained through dilation.
This instrument uses flashing lights to identify and track vision loss. This is done by recording the press of a button for each flashing light seen. A map of an entire field of vision is created that includes peripheral or side vision. Loss of peripheral vision can be an indicator of glaucoma.