Eye Health

The American Optometric Association (AOA) recommends that most people have an eye exam every one to two years, depending upon age and health.

An annual eye exam is one of the most important diagnostic and preventative measures you can take to protect your vision and health. If you are in a higher-risk category for eye disease or complications your eye doctor may recommend more frequent exams. If you notice a change in your vision or receive an injury to your eye, you should contact your eye care professional immediately.

Comprehensive 15-Point Medical Eye Exam

We examine, diagnose, treat and manage diseases and disorders of the visual system, the eye and associated structures; while concentrating on preventative eye care and managing systemic health. Medical eye exams include evaluations for diabetes, headaches, allergies, autoimmune diseases (e.g. Lupus, Thyroid disorders) and many other systemic conditions.

Experiencing fluctuating vision, distortions or difficulty at the computer? You may have Dry Eye Syndrome. Dry eye is a persistent lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture in the eye, causing irritation to ocular inflammation of the front tissues of the eye.

  • Case History
  • Visual Acuity Testing
  • Pupil Responses
  • Depth Perception
  • Color Vision Testing
  • External Eye Health
  • Evaluation
  • Internal Eye Health
  • Evaluation
  • Peripheral Vision Field Screening
  • Binocular and Ocular Mobility
  • Near Point Refraction Focusing Ability
  • Tonometry / Glaucoma Screening
  • Dilation
  • Assessment and Recommendation

Eye Anatomy & Outcomes

  • Amblyopia
  • Astigmatism
  • Blindness or Low Vision
  • Cataracts
  • Color Blindness
  • Computer Vision Syndrome
  • Diplopia
  • Dry Eye Syndrome
  • Floaters
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Glaucoma
  • Hyperopia (Farsightedness)
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Myopia (Nearsightedness)
  • Myopia (Nearsightedness)
  • Ocular Hypertension
  • Presbyopia (Aging Eyes)
  • Retinal Detachment
  • Strabismus

Children, Vision and Learning

The American Optometric Association recommends the following examination guideline for early detection of visual problems:

  • Infants: By 6 months of age
  • Preschoolers: At ages 3 and 5
  • School Age - 5 to 19

The Latest in Eye Care Technology

Eye innovations boasts the latest software and hardware to insure your eye exam is as accurate as possible.

  • Autorefractor
  • Tonometer
  • Automated Visual Field Test
  • Topographer
  • Virtual Eyewear Selector

Specialty Fittings

We offer the latest eye care technology, professional services, products ranging from daily and multifocal contact lenses, to cosmetic and corneal molding (correcting the shape of your eye and reversing nearsightedness without laser or surgery). Dr. Major is also certified to design and fit specialty lenses for patients with Keratoconus and other eye diseases.

Laser Vision Correction

Laser In-Situ Keratomileustis (LASIK)

Laser refractive procedures may reduce an individual’s dependence on other forms of vision correction. A laser light is used to reduce or correct myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism. Statistics show that myopic or near sighted patients respond better to laser refractive surgery than those with other conditions. This procedure cannot correct presbyopia or the gradual inability to read small print or focus on close objects due to the aging process.

Photo-Refractive Keratotomy (PRK)

A noninvasive laser surgical procedure that reshapes the cornea, which is the major refractive surface of the eye, to correct a refractive error. The only approved process at this time is for myopia nearsightedness.
All Surgeries, including LASIK and PRK, are performed at pre-eminent eye centers of excellence, staffed by renowned ophthalmologists and surgeons using the latest, most advanced instrumentation.