At University Optometric Center, our optometry staff works together to ensure your visit is comfortable and completed in a timely manner.
Ocular Motility & Muscle Balance
Trial frame refractions
Slit-lamp evaluation of the anterior & posterior portions of the eye
Tonometry for evaluating eye pressure ( glaucoma check )
Automated visual field testing for glaucoma and other neurological issues
Dilated fundus exam for a detailed look of the lens and retina
Fundus photo documentation
Contact lens evaluation and training
FREE Lasik consultation
Eye emergency office visits
Dry eye evaluations
Macular Degeneration screening
Optomap (retinal imaging)
Optomap is easy and comfortable. It does not require pupil dilation, an often-uncomfortable procedure. As a result, you will not experience blurred vision or sensitivity to light. You simply look into an eyepiece OptoMap will produce a complete image of your retina. The image is then brought to a screen, which your doctor will then review with you. This image is kept as a permanent record, and your doctor can compare the images captured at each of your yearly exams.
Again, an annual exam of your retina is a safeguard for you and your family that can ensure early detection and protect against many threats to health and possible loss of vision. When coming in for your scheduled comprehensive eye examination you will be given the opportunity to have Optomap retinal testing.
Any paperwork that needs done such as for DMV, Schools, Licensing Requirements etc.
Eye Infection – “pink eyes”
Mild to severe eye allergies
Inflammations of the eye
Contact lens related irritations/infections
Dry eyes – we will discuss all your treatment options
Foreign body removal on the cornea & conjunctiva
Punctal pluts for dry eyes
Gas Permeable contacts
High Oxygen contacts
-Medically Necessary contacts (such as gas permeables for keratoconus)
Bifocal contact lenses
Astigmatism Lenses (Toric) -Soft and gas permiable
Color contacts with or without prescription
One day disposables
Extended Wear dispasable
Contacts for dry eye patients
Frame Repairs and adjustments for that perfect fit
On-Site optical finishing lab to fill your eyeglass prescription
Fill outside valid prescriptions for glasses and contacts
Laser eye surgery (LASIK) consultation and management
It is not unusual to wear glasses or contact lenses. In fact, according to the Vision Council of America, as many as 75% of adults rely on some sort of vision correction with the vast majority preferring glasses. Nevertheless, people who wear prescription eyewear do find that there are some compromises and considerations that they need to make as a result of this choice. For example, people who wear glasses may find that they cannot wear them when participating in certain activities such as sports or swimming, may find it inconvenient to remember to take them wherever they go and may be unhappy with the maintenance costs of keeping their glasses in good condition. Meanwhile, people who wear contacts may struggle to wear them if they have allergies or find them hard to handle. They are generally also more expensive than glasses.
We understand the frustrations and limitations that can be experienced by patients who are reliant on glasses or contact lenses to see clearly. To help overcome these issues, we are able to offer an innovative new solution known as Ortho-K.
EyeGlass Guide will help you better understand the many lens choices available to you. This on-line tool will guide you through a series of questions about you, your lifestyle and your specific eyewear needs. At the end, you’ll receive eyewear suggestions specifically tailored to meet your needs. EyeGlass Guide is brought to you by Transitions.
View an instant demonstration of Transitions photochromic technology. See how lenses darken and fade back to clear to provide continual visual comfort and protection. Demonstrations brought to you by Transitions.
If you have any questions about our services or procedures, please call us today at (949) 216-8900.