See Better with Our Eye Exams in Jacksonville, FL
Would you like to see things clearer? At St. Johns Eye Associates at Nocatee, we provide the personalized attention and comprehensive eye exams you need. Count on an optometrist to help you see 20/20 again. In addition to our experienced family eye doctor, the entire staff here is highly qualified and ready to address your vision needs. That includes everything from routine vision exams to fitting you with the hottest styles in eyeglass frames. Contact us today to schedule eye exams in Jacksonville, FL.
From routine and advanced eye examinations to laser vision correcting, we are your go-to eye clinic for everything vision! We fit you with contact lenses and glasses from well-known brands. See better, and look great by coming to our office.
Many patients today are looking for more from their eyewear. Our practice meets these needs by offering convenient appointments for a variety of eye care services. This includes accommodating your schedule by offering evening and weekend appointments.
In addition, with the latest treatment options and surgical techniques at our disposal, our optometrist is able to offer you the highest level of care. Our team focuses on providing you with an accurate diagnosis followed by the appropriate treatment for diabetic eye problems, glaucoma, and other conditions. Let us help you improve the health of your eyes.
What Happens During a Vision Exam?
Eye health problems are not always obvious. In fact, many eye problems can only be detected with advanced equipment. Don’t wait until they become apparent to the naked eye. Instead, allow our eye doctor to identify problems early. In addition to checking for conditions like glaucoma and macular degeneration, we dilate your eyes to assess their overall health.
During the vision exam, our optometrist evaluates your need for glasses along with how well your eyes focus, move, and work together. If you choose to wear contacts instead of glasses, then we perform a contact lens evaluation to determine the best type of lenses for your eyes, such gas-permeable lenses and disposable lenses.
According to the Vision Council of America, about 75% of people use some type of vision correction. Of those, approximately 30% are nearsighted (hyperopic) and 60% are farsighted (myopic). Regardless of your eye condition, we are experienced at helping customers with complicated prescriptions, such as high-minus, high-plus, astigmatism, prisms, and slab-off prisms. Whether you are nearsighted, farsighted, or you have astigmatism or presbyopia, you can trust our skilled optometrist to make your window to the world much clearer.