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Eye Exam

An annual eye exam involves a series of tests to fully evaluate your vision. We also evaluate for the presence of eye diseases. Your exam will include these tests:

  • Exam Technology
  • Waiting Room
  • Eye Chart
  • Care

Color Vision Test

The color vision test includes looking at colored shapes to check your ability to distinguish colors and determine if your color blind. The color vision test is also used for screening for jobs where color perception is essential to proper performance, such as law enforcement.

Depth Perception

The depth perception test determines your visual ability to use both eyes together properly to perceive your surroundings three-dimensionally. By wearing special 3-D glasses and looking at pictures, we can determine if you can properly identify the distance of an object.

Eye Balance Tests

A Maddox Wing test and a Fixation Disparity test are done to see how well one eye works with the other. Small difference in the directions that your eyes point, can cause eyestrain. Proper correction keeps your vision most comfortable.

Visual Acuity

Visual Acuity is the clarity or sharpness of vision determined by looking at a chart of letters in different sizes. Normal visual acuity is 20/20 vision. Vision of 20/10 is considered twice as good as normal visual acuity.

Wavescan (Optical Pathway Differences)

Wavescan measures and analyzes your entire optical system almost instantaneously. By sending gentle but highly-controlled light through your eye, your prescription and all distortions of your vision are measured. Then computer calculations show the best prescription for you for optimal for day AND night vision.

OCT (Optical Coherence Topography)

A newer technology, OCT is similar to ultrasound, except that it uses light instead of sound to produce 3-D images from within your retina and optic nerve.

Glaucoma Test

With just a gentle air puff in each eye to determine eye's pressure.


Advanced Testing

Visual Field (Peripheral Vision Test)

The visual field test measures the sensitivity to light in different areas of your eye. Measuring both peripheral and center vision. Computerized testing with dim flickering has shortened the screening test to a just a couple minutes.

OCT (Optical Coherence Topography)

A newer technology, OCT is similar to ultrasound, except that it uses light instead of sound to produce highly detailed 3-D images from within your eye. This can show damage that might not be otherwise visible. Testing is most commonly done for glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetes.

Visual Field (Matrix Peripheral Vision Test)

This most advanced visual field test measures the sensitivity to light in many different areas of your eye. Careful monitoring of vision fields is most important in glaucoma.

  • A scan
  • B scan
  • Ocular Photography
  • Corneal Topography
  • Eye protrusion measurement
  • Tear Test for Dry eye

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    Davenport, IA 52807


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    1734 N Roosevelt Ave Suite 100
    Burlington, IA 52601