Eye Exams

eye exams for the whole family

Who can receive eye exams?

Our optometry clinic caters to clients of all ages, ranging from 2-200 years old. We provide high-quality eye care to children in the community. Additionally, we serve clients who suffer from dry eyes, providing them with expert treatment to alleviate their discomfort. Ultimately, our ideal patients are those seeking comprehensive eye care services from a team of knowledgeable and experienced optometrists in a friendly environment.

Does insurance cover my eye exams?

We are pleased to inform you that our office accepts most insurance plans. This means that you can receive high-quality healthcare services without worrying about insurance coverage. Our team is committed to providing affordable and accessible healthcare services to all patients, regardless of their insurance status.

What are comprehensive eye exams?

Comprehensive eye exams include a series of tests and evaluations to assess the overall health and function of the eyes. These tests may include measuring visual acuity, checking for refractive errors, examining the external and internal structures of the eye, assessing eye movements, evaluating depth perception and color vision, and checking for signs of eye diseases or conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. A comprehensive eye exam may also include a discussion of medical history and lifestyle factors that may impact eye health.

Who are the doctors providing the eye exams?

Dr. Nathan Butterworth and Dr. Kent Doub are our optometrists with over 50 years of combined experience. They have a variety of experience with working with children, and also with patients who have glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and many other eye conditions. Their expertise allows them to provide personalized eye care to each patient, ensuring that their vision needs are met with precision and care. Patients can trust that they are in the hands of highly skilled and knowledgeable professionals when they see Doctors Nathan Butterworth and Kent Doub.

Why should I have a comprehensive eye exam?

1. Detecting vision problems early: Many eye conditions and diseases do not have noticeable symptoms in the early stages. A comprehensive eye exam can help detect these issues before they progress and become more difficult to treat.

2. Checking for other health conditions: Eye exams can also reveal signs of other health issues such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and autoimmune disorders.

3. Updating your prescription: Regular eye exams can ensure that your prescription is up-to-date, which can improve your vision and prevent eye strain and headaches.

4. Preventing eye diseases: Comprehensive eye exams can help prevent eye diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration, which can lead to vision loss if left untreated.