We complement vision and ocular health examinations with the latest technology. Visual demands change day to day and we'll customize a visual plan based off your lifestyle and goals. With so many options it can be overwhelming what is best for you- let us guide you to clearer vision!
Did you know myopia or nearsightedness is now viewed as an epidemic? We're finding more and more of our patients are becoming nearsighted- and it's starting at younger ages. What's wonderful is we now have treatments to not only give your child clear vision but also help to slow the progression of the nearsightedness.
You may have heard of treatments such as orthokeratology, CRT, or soft MF CLs for patients. Schedule a myopia control consult with Dr. Kasper to find out which treatment is best for your child.
Dr. Kasper will work closely with recommended surgeons to make sure our patients have the best experience and results. Our goal is to make sure patients understand the procedure, feel prepared, and are well cared for before and after the ocular procedure.
Patients with systemic conditions such as high blood pressure, and diabetes should have eye exams regularly. Our doctors also have the ability to manage diseases such as dry eye, cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinal conditions, and other eye conditions that warrant regular exams.
Red eyes? Painful eyes? Flashes of light or new floaters? We know things can happen to your eyes at the most unexpected times. Patients with emergency ocular conditions will be given same day appointments.
Did you know there are specialty contact lenses for patients with corneal dystrophies such as keratoconus or pellucid? Patients with severe dry eye who are unable to wear conventional soft contact lenses may also be good candidates for specialty contact lenses. Call our office for more information and a specialty contact lens evaluation.
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