Comprehensive Eye Exams and Vision Testing
Routine eye exams give us a chance to assess your eye health, vision, and eye function. Many eye health diseases don’t show up with symptoms at first, so a comprehensive eye exam is important for promoting earlier detection and treatment.
Eye exams help us make sure your vision correction needs are met and modified as needed. This is especially important for young children who may have undiagnosed vision problems affecting their athletic and academic performance.
The benefit of having comprehensive eye exams with an ophthalmologist is that as a medical doctor, you eye doctor will be able to bring more advanced training and technology to the examination and treatment room, which improves the quality of your care.
Ocular Disease Screening, Treatment, and Management
Common ocular diseases and conditions treated by our Weston and Hialeah ophthalmologists include:
- Refractive errors (like astigmatism, nearsightedness, and farsightedness)
- Lazy eye (amblyopia)
- Age-related macular degeneration
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Pink eye (conjunctivitis)
- Blepharitis (eyelid inflammation)
- Computer vision syndrome (digital eye strain)
Certain people are more at risk for eye problems, including older people, people who smoke, and people with a history of underlying health conditions like autoimmune disorders or diabetes. They may benefit from more regular screening and assessment.
We’ll address your unique factors impacting your eye health and provide individualized services to optimize your eyesight and minimize symptoms.
Dry Eye Clinic
This specialty service allows us to determine the underlying cause of your dry eye syndrome (which often presents with red, itchy, irritated eyes, blurry vision, and watery discharge). Knowing the cause of your dry eyes allows us to implement the appropriate treatment, such as tear duct plugging and medications.
Prescription Eyewear: Eyeglasses, Sunglasses, Contacts, and Hard to Fit Contacts
We offer prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses to suit your personality, lifestyle, and budget.
You may also benefit from contact lens exams to assess your tolerance for “hard to fit” lenses like scleral lenses. It’s a great option for people with dry eye, keratoconus, and other conditions who want contacts but find normal ones uncomfortable.
Need Individualized Ophthalmologist Services for You and Your Loved Ones? Contact Vision Care and Surgery Associates Now
Our ophthalmologist services are conveniently available in two Florida locations, so contact us today to schedule an appointment: 305- 835-7588 for our Hialeah clinic, and 954-945-5570 for our Weston clinic.