At Eye Priority, we strive to provide comprehensive, primary eye care for the whole family. Preventative and routine eye exams are important to maintaining good eye health. Often, eye and vision problems do not have obvious symptoms or signs, but are easily diagnosed by a licensed optometrist. 

Vision Therapy

You can think of vision therapy as physical therapy for the eyes and the brain. We see with our brains and minds, not just our eyes. Vision therapy can help patients with issues like: amblyopia, “lazy eye,” strabismus, convergence insufficiency, concussion symptoms, learning issues, and more. 

Dry Eye Treatment

Eye Priority’s Dry Eye Center of Excellence is dedicated to the diagnosis and management of patients suffering from chronic dry eyes. Our system, MiBoFlo Thermoflo®, is a painless and relaxing treatment that helps clear your eye ducts and improves your ability to produce a natural healthy tear film.

Corneal Reshaping

Eye Priority, offers an advanced corneal reshaping technique known as CRT. Our doctors will map the shape of your corneas precisely and then fabricate special contact lenses. Unlike standard contacts, you'll wear these lenses at night. The lenses perform a subtle corneal reshaping as you sleep, meaning that you can take them out the next morning and enjoy perfect or near-perfect vision.

Computer Vision Syndrome

Squinting at computer, tablet, or mobile screens for hours at a time is a normal part of our lives in the 21st century. Unfortunately, eye problems associated with this activity are also on the rise. Even if you have never had eye problems before, you may have noticed computer vision syndrome symptoms after two or more hours of screen time.

Screening with Optomap

State-of-the-art Optomap provides a clear digital picture of the retina (the very back of your eye) without the need for dilating eye drops. This noninvasive and painless imaging procedure takes just a few minutes to perform, and is an important tool in maintaining the overall health of your eyes.

Contact Lens Exams

Eye Priority has a variety of both corrective and cosmetic contact lenses. Our staff will discuss a variety of contact lens options with you and help you select the type that best fits your vision needs and lifestyle

 Frame Selection

Glasses say so much about your personality and personal style. Eye Priority's experienced opticians will work closely with you to select the proper frames that will not only compliment your face but also fit your budget, lifestyle, and vision needs. 

Multifocal Lenses

As we age, our eyes often lose the ability to smoothly change focus from one field of vision to another. Modern lens technology now ensures that you can have clear vision at all distances – near, far, and in between. These advanced lenses offer a comfortable transition from near to far vision and eliminate distortion and discomfort.

Antireflective Lens Coatings

Antireflective coatings enhance your glasses by reducing glare. Lenses are attractively clear and look invisible so your eyes can be seen and you look your best in your glasses. Your eyes are protected from the distraction and fatigue caused by glare from oncoming headlights or by reflections from computer screens or overhead lighting. AR coatings also improve the scratch-resistance of your lenses and help keep your glasses cleaner.

Protective Sports Eyewear

Eye Priority recently became an official Sports Eye Injury Prevention Center. We are committed to raising awareness of the importance of protective eyewear. Eye injuries are the leading cause of acquired blindness, and over 25% of such injuries occur while playing sports. For athletics and active lifestyles, consider protective sports eyewear.

Hard to Fit Contacts

Contact lenses are not an easy solution for every person suffering with vision problems. Some eye conditions make wearing contacts a difficult proposition. However, it does not rule out wearing contact lenses altogether. It just means patients need to discuss options with their eye care provider and obtain specialized hard to fit contacts for their specific vision problems. For more information on hard to fit contacts click here.