Eyecare

Through The Hayes Optometry is a full service optometry and vision care practice that serves individuals and families. We offer comprehensive services for eye exams, diagnosis of common vision problems, and vision correction products including eye glasses and contact lenses.

Comprehensive Eye Examinations

During your eye examination we will identify the necessary prescription for corrective lenses, assess your binocular vision, screen for common eye diseases, and perform an overall assessment of your vision related health. Understanding your lifestyle will help us tailor your prescription to your visual needs; such as computer use, driving, outdoor activities, etc.

Regular eye exams are essential, even if you don’t wear glasses or contacts. They allow for early diagnosis of any vision problems and many health issues.

Contact Lens Evaluation

A contact lens evaluation is additional to a comprehensive eye exam and results in a second prescription. Since a contact lens actually lays on your eye, it is important to conduct furtherl tests to examine the fit of the contact lenses. Are the lenses comfortable to you? Is your vision optimized? Are they harming the health of your eyes in any way? Knowing about your lifestyle will allow us to make a better recommendation for the best type of contact lenses for you. If you are interested in wearing contact lenses, please let us know when you schedule your appointment so we may allow more time during your visit.

Urgent Eye Exams

We offer urgent eyecare for patients with sudden changes in their vision, suspected eye infections, foreign bodies, or acute discomfort, even on weekends. Anyone with a traumatic eye problem or emergency should call 911.

Children’s Eye Exams

While vision screenings at school or with a pediatrician are helpful, they do not replace a comprehensive eye examination. The American Optometric Association recommends that infants should have their first comprehensive eye exam by the age of six months and follow up eye exams at the ages of three and six. The American Optometric Association further recommends an eye exam every two years for school-aged children who do not require vision correction. Children requiring eyeglasses or contact lenses should have annual eye exams.

Dry Eye Treatments

Dry Eye Syndrome is a common problem treated by optometrists. There are multiple possible causes of Dry Eye Syndrome. Our dry eye evaluation includes testing the quality and quantity of your tears. Prescribed treatment will be based upon the particular root problem for your dry eye with medicinal and non-medicinal solutions.

Frame Adjustments & Repair

No appointments necessary for these services