The Clarifye eye exam is so precise; it maps the exact curvature of your cornea to give your doctor a digital fingerprint of your eye. It pinpoints the smallest changes that can occur in your eyes over time. Think back to your last eye exam. Remember the old style phoroptor-the one that tests lots of lenses on each eye while the doctor bombards you with question after question "which one is better, this lens or that lens?" It's a lot easier now, Clarifye takes the guesswork out of the exam so diagnostics are fast and accurate.


Under normal circumstances, dilation drops might not be necessary. The capture takes less than a second. Images are available immediately for review. You can see your own retina. You see exactly what your eye care practitioner sees, even in a 3D animation. An optomap image provides a bigger picture and more clinical information which facilitates the early detection, management and effective treatment of disorders and diseases evidenced in the retina such as retinal detachments and tears, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration.


LensCrafters' exclusive AccuFit® Digital Measurement System measures your eyes five times more precisely than traditional methods, down to a tenth of a millimeter. Meaning you get to see your world more clearly. Your lenses are crafted based on exactly how glasses sit on your face, where your eyes line up in the frame, and the distance between your eyes–putting the prescription exactly where you need it to see your best. Goodbye rulers, hello super hi-tech future machines. The LensCrafters AccuFit® system replaces old-fashioned hand-held measuring tools with a state-of-the-art digital system that is 5 times more precise.

Optovue OCT

In just a few seconds our painless and non-invasive OCT imaging scans can give your doctor a comprehensive view of your ocular health. This type of imaging visualizes the structures of your eye; from the front, or anterior segment, to the back, or retina. Your doctor may use OCT aid in diagnosing disease and managing your ocular health. The iWellness scan is an easy-to-read report that displays the thickness of your retina and your ganglion cell complex as compared to a database of normal eyes. These metrics along with a high-resolution image and symmetry analysis help to identify if you are displaying the early signs of retinal disease such as macular degeneration and glaucoma.

Contact Lenses

At the contact lens fitting, your eyes will be examined to see if you are a candidate for contact lenses. This examination includes the measurement of the curvature of the cornea, health assessment of the eye, and a fitting with a diagnostic lens. Contact lens fitting fees and contact lens prices vary depending on the type of lens used and the patient's specific needs. If you are over age 40 and need bifocals, your eye doctor will discuss your options, including multifocal contact lenses and mono-vision, technique where one eye is corrected for distance and the other is corrected for near.


LASIK treats nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism by removing precise amounts of tissue in specific parts of the cornea (the clear window in front of the eye).
The procedure usually takes about 4 minutes per eye and involves minimal discomfort for most patients. Most patients heal within 4-6 hours and are able to return to work the next day. We work closely with Dougherty Laser Vision, and will take care of all your post surgical needs. Our doctors and family have had their eyes corrected there, we would never send our patients anywhere we wouldn’t go ourselves!


A cataract is a clouding of the natural lens of the eye that occurs slowly as we age. Cataracts are an incredibly common occurrence, the majority of Americans have a visually significant cataract or have had cataract surgery by age 80. Cataracts can form in one or both eyes and can cause blurry vision. The symptoms of cataract can include blurry or hazy vision that cannot be improved with glasses, poor night vision, glare and/or halo at night, difficulty reading and yellowing of the vision.
When a cataract is causing vision loss that decreases the quality of life for a patient, many opt to regain their vision with cataract surgery.


Approved by the FDA in December 2005, the Visian ICL is an implantable contact lens made of a biocompatible material called collamer that allows the lens to be rolled into a tiny cylinder for insertion into the eye. As the lens is inserted, it gently unfolds behind the iris, where it remains virtually undetectable to an observer. The ICL is self-cleaning and needs no maintenance, unlike traditional contact lenses. The Visian ICL can provide clear vision for nearsighted patients who demand a higher quality of vision than LASIK or who do not want a flap. Visian ICL is also an excellent option for patients who are not good candidates for LASIK due to thin or irregular corneas, dry eyes, or prescriptions that exceed the acceptable range for LASIK.

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