Our Services

Comprehensive Eye Exam
  • Prescription: Evaluation of nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and benefits of glasses and/or contacts

  • Ocular Health Evaluation: Detection for presence of cataracts, glaucoma, diabetes, hypertension, macular degeneration, and other ocular and systemic diseases

  • External Ocular Photography

  • optomap Ultra-widefield Retinal Imaging

  • Dilated Eye Exam

  • Computer Vision Syndrome Evaluations

  • Dry Eye Evaluations and Treatment

Contact Lens Exam
  • Spherical Contact Lens

  • Disposable Daily Contact Lens

  • Astigmatism or Toric Contact Lens

  • Bifocal or Multifocal Contact Lens

  • Monovision Contact Lens

  • Colored & Cosmetic Lens

  • Gas Permeable Lens & Specialty Lens

Medical Eye Exam
  • Bacterial & Viral Infections

  • Itchy or Watery Eyes

  • Styes & Swollen Lids

  • Flashes & Floaters

  • Headaches

  • Red or Painful Eye

  • Dry Eyes

  • Glaucoma

  • Sudden Vision Changes

  • Eye Injuries or Trauma

Full Optical Service
  • Single vision and progressive lenses

  • Computer vision lenses

  • Fulfillment of outside prescriptions

  • Blue Light Blocking Lenses

  • Frame Selection including Low Bridge fits (Asian & Children)

  • Frame Repairs & Adjustments 


Find out more information about our latest service addition:

The optomap




Regular detailed examination of the inside of the eye — the retina, is critical to eye health. Doctors use a number of techniques to examine the retina including looking into the eye, usually after dilating and the use of special cameras for imaging inside the eye. Until recently, most ophthalmic cameras could only photograph about 20% of the retina at a time. We now know that many eye diseases occur or begin at the outer edges of the retina, so examining this area is extremely important. 

Because seeing the entire retina is so important at Eye&I we have invested in the most advanced camera for ultra-widefield photography and angiography. In a single, quick shot, this camera produces "optomap" photos or angiograms of about 82% of the retina. These optomap images provide superior visibility of the retinal periphery allowing us to see, document, show you, and follow pathology that could not be seen with traditional eye cameras.

The optomap exam is quick and painless and combined with the thorough eye exams our doctor is trained to provide this advanced technology offers a new level of diagnostic confidence. We are proud and happy to offer this service to our patients.

For more information on the optomap please visit the optomap website: