Doctors of Optometry are primary health care provides who specialize in the examination, diagnosis, treatment and management of diseases and disorders of the eye, visual system and associated structures, as well as the diagnosis of related systemic conditions.
Comprehensive ocular evaluations include:
Additional tests may be performed when indicated by case history or objective signs and symptoms noted during the eye examination. These tests may include, but are not limited to, exophthalmometry, keratometry, gonioscopy, Amsler grid testing, ultrasonography, and corneal topography.
New England Eye Center's optometrists evaluate the complete ocular health of patients with the use of biomicroscopy and ophthalmoscopy and detect and diagnosis systemic pathology. They provide follow up care to patients and appropriate referral when necessary.
Our optometrists diagnose and treat ocular surface disease with the use of therapeutic pharmaceutical agents and provide appropriate follow up care.
Results of comprehensive ocular evaluations will be analyzed and interpreted and corrective lenses prescribed for refractive errors when necessary.
New England Eye Center optometrists provide consultation services for physicians and other providers who refer patients to the Optometry Service and report examination results to the referring professional when necessary.
The contact lens evaluation encompasses the full range of contact lenses, both cosmetic and therapeutic including spherical and toric hydrophilic lenses, rigid gas permeable lenses, keratoconic, pediatric aphakic, adult aphakic, aniridic, anisometropic, and bandage contact lenses.
The service can evaluate the accommodative and binocular visual system, prescribe appropriate corrective lenses and implement visual training programs when needed.
Our optometrists conduct low vision examinations, prescribe appropriate low vision aides and instruct partially sighted patients on proper use of optical and nonoptical low-vision devices.
For more information on these services, visit our expanded section on Vision Rehabilitation Services.
We provide patient education and advice regarding environmental and occupational factors which influence visual performance, safety, comfort and hygiene.
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