Are you looking for an optical practice where you can receive comprehensive eye exams as well as purchase eyeglasses and contact lenses? If so, you will want to come and visit us at our optical practice, Eye Town. Patients come to our practice for great eye exams as well as for eye care and St. George eye testing.
Our expert and highly trained optometrist is Dr. David R. Albrecht. He has been providing exemplary eye care to his patients since 1997. Dr. Albrecht has been known for always making his patients feel comfortable and at ease when they are having their optical exams. During the first part of your eye exam, our optometrist will test your eyes to see if they have any refractive errors. If it is determined that you are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism, our eye doctor will be able to write a prescription for you that will have you seeing clearly again. At our practice, you will be able to get a prescription for contact lenses as well as eyeglass lenses. Today, even patients with astigmatism are able to have their vision corrected using contact lenses. In fact, with the great advances in contact lenses, almost all patients are now able to wear contact lenses for vision correction. Our optometrist will then go on to perform different types of St. George eye testing during your exam.
Since many eye diseases do not show any symptoms in the early stages, having an annual eye exams is very important. There are many eye diseases which can be effectively treated when diagnosed in their early stages. Glaucoma is one such disease which can be successfully treated when found early. However, if left to go on undetected, glaucoma can go on to cause blindness or serious vision impairment. This is just one reason why you will want to make sure that you and your family members have annual eye exams at our practice. Our St. George eye testing will screen your eyes for many different types of eye diseases and disorders including: glaucoma; cataracts; diabetic retinopathy; retinal tears; macular degeneration; and other problems of the cornea, macula, and retina. If it is determined that you have an eye problem that needs advanced treatment, our optometrist will be able to refer you to an expert ophthalmologist in the area who will be expertly trained to provide you with the advanced care that you need. For an appointment to be seen by our optometrist, contact us today.