the oculist optique difference
Getting your eyes examined at Oculist Optique is different than getting your eyes examined at virtually any other place. We call this the Oculist Optique difference.
Our staff knows who you are, you aren't a number, you are a person with your own concerns, interests and ocular symptoms. The Oculist Optique clinic provides state-of-the-art services and tests in a serene spa-like atmosphere.
We provide eye care in an integrated way; the same people who take your visual history and conduct many of the screening tests will be the ones helping you select glasses, sunglasses or contact lenses. This allows you to build a relationship with our staff, and for us to best serve you all along the way
Contact Lens Fitting and Management
Our doctors are experts at fitting contact lenses for even the most challenging prescriptions. Advances in technology allow our doctors to fit an increasing number of patients in disposable soft contact lenses, even if you wear bifocals, have high astigmatism or have not worn contacts successfully in the past.
If you have had problems in the past trying contact lenses, are a Rigid Gas Permeable contact lens wearer or require specialty fitted lenses, we are here to help with expertise, patience and experience.
state of the art technology
Many of our patients have a similar experience during the first eye exam at Oculist Optique: they are surprised by the number of tests the receive during the "pre-testing" process. Patients frequently tells us they have never had such a thorough evaluation. This is because we are dedicated to giving our patients the highest quality eye care we can.
We use the latest technology to diagnosis and treat eye disease and vision problems, including the icare tonometer, which eliminates that awful puff of air. Our digital retinal fundus imaging system captures, stores and evaluates pictures of the back of a patient's eye. Our doctors use these images in a similar way that dentists use x-rays. Our Optometrists use these images to evaluate potential ocular diseases and to detect subtle changes in a patient's eyes over time. Like they say, "a picture is worth a thousand words."