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Comprehensive Eye Exams

At Simmons Eye Care, we believe that regular eye exams are essential for maintaining good eye health and detecting any potential vision problems early on.

A comprehensive eye exam involves an in-depth evaluation of your eye health and vision. This includes various tests administered by our optometrists to screen for eye diseases, conditions, and vision problems.

Vision Problems

Our comprehensive eye exams are designed to screen for any potential eye conditions and diseases so you can maintain clear eyesight. Our optometrists will pinpoint the root cause of your vision issues and offer customized treatments that cater to your specific needs.

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Laser Co-Management

Our expert optometrists will determine whether you’re a suitable candidate for laser eye surgery or not. They’ll also refer you to a reputable laser eye surgeon and take care of your treatment before and after the procedure to ensure the best possible results.


Cataract Co-Management

We know that cataracts can impact your vision and daily life. That's why we offer comprehensive cataract co-management services where our optometrists work closely with ophthalmologists to ensure you receive the best care possible.

Trust us to guide you through every step of the co-management process and help keep your eyes healthy. We will provide pre-operative and post-operative care, as well as ongoing monitoring to help you achieve clearer, sharper vision.

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During a comprehensive eye exam, our optometrists will use the best in optical diagnostic equipment to assess your visual acuity, eye movements, eye pressure, and eye health. They’ll also screen you for signs of common eye diseases or conditions, such as cataracts, glaucoma, or macular degeneration.

Our eye exams also help with detecting eye problems such as nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism, which can be treated with prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses..

If you’re experiencing any vision problems or changes in your vision, no matter how small, it's important to schedule an eye exam as soon as possible. Common signs of vision problems include blurry vision, eye strain or fatigue, headaches, and difficulty seeing at night.

Even if you have 20/20 vision and feel that your eyesight is perfect, you should still see an optometrist annually to rule out any issues and ensure that your eyes remain healthy. It will also help you maintain good overall health, because serious diseases may show symptoms in the eyes before manifesting in the rest of the body.

Every patient has unique needs and concerns. We take a patient-centered approach to every eye exam so that we address each individual’s unique needs using a tailored treatment plan.

Trust Simmons Eye Care for all your eye care needs. Schedule your appointment today!