A Comprehensive Eye Exam includes a visual acuity test to measure the sharpness of your vision, a color blindness test, a cover test, eye movement test, depth perception test, retinoscopy test, refraction test, and more. You should have a Comprehensive Eye Exam once a year.
The most usual reasons that patients visit us for urgent eye care are irritation from a foreign substance, infections (such as pink eye), extreme eye allergies, and foreign bodies stuck in the eye or any emergent care. If you experience any of these problems, please contact Hilltop Eyecare PLLC for assistance and the most cost-effective treatment!
Our surgical management includes SLT (Selective Laser Trabeculectomy) for glaucoma and removal of benign skin lesions such as skin tags.
Dry eye syndrome is very widespread. For some people, the symptoms of dry eyes are a mild irritant. Perhaps a bit of soreness. For others, however, Dry Eye Syndrome can be a chronic eye condition that is debilitating and makes day-to-day- living painful and difficult.
Many eye diseases are associated with aging, and even before you notice any problems. It is common for one of these conditions to be detected during a comprehensive eye exam. If you were diagnosed with an eye disease, such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, or dry eye, you may be overwhelmed by the diagnosis and confused about what happens next.
Whether you’re nearsighted, farsighted, have astigmatism, or need help reading smaller type, Hilltop Eyecare PLLC is committed to fitting all of our patients in the most suitable prescription contact lenses.
Diabetic Retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in all American adults, but with consistent care and treatment, that doesn’t have to be the case. Up to 95% of cases of blindness related to diabetes can be prevented with early diagnosis and treatment.
In lieu of the routine dilated eye exam, we use Optos Retinal Photography. This gives us a 200-degree view of the retina, which is used to diagnose several conditions like retinal tumors, diabetes, and macular degeneration.
Provide treatment to slow down the progression of nearsightedness in children thus keeping the prescription low and reducing the risk of sight-threatening eye diseases. This treatment may include soft or hard contact lenses or specialty glasses.
We see patients for routine eye care ages 6 months and older. Our doctors are very comfortable working with young patients and encourage eye exams starting at an early age.