Available Services

COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAM

Dr. Siri is committed to helping patients maintain the best vision possible by providing compassionate and comprehensive eye exams for patients, age 6 and up.

What is a comprehensive eye exam?

A comprehensive eye exam is a complete evaluation of your eye and vision health. It includes several vision measurements to determine how well you see objects that are near and far, and your depth of field. It may also include a dilated exam that enables Dr. Siri to see inside your eye in order to check the health of your eyes for signs of eye diseases and other systemic conditions including diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, brain tumors, autoimmune diseases and other cancers.

How often should I have a comprehensive eye exam?

The AOA (American Optometric Association) recommends comprehensive eye examinations every 1-3 years based on age and medical history. Children's first eye exam should be by six months in order to identify vision problems that could eventually decrease vision and/ or function. Next, they should be seen by age three and before first grade in order to ensure they have the best functional vision for learning and interaction. All contact lens wearers should have an eye exam yearly or as indicated by their doctor. 

COMPUTER VISION SYNDROME (CVS) OR EYE FATIQUE

With the increase in screen time by patients of all ages, Dr. Siri offers comprehensive computer vision services in order to help patients of all ages successfully deal with the symptoms of CVS.​

What is computer vision syndrome?

According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), "CVS, also referred to as digital eye strain, describes a group of eye- and vision-related problems that result from prolonged computer, tablet, e-reader and cell phone use."​

According to the AOA,

The most common symptoms associated with CVS or digital eyestrain are:

  • Eyestrain.

  • Headaches.

  • Blurred vision.

  • Dry eyes.

  • Neck and shoulder pain.

These symptoms may be caused by:

  • Poor lighting.

  • prolonged screen time.

  • Glare on a digital screen.

  • Improper viewing distances.

  • Poor seating posture.

  • Uncorrected vision problems.

  • A combination of these factors.

How can computer eye syndrome be treated?

There is hope. We can help. Schedule online or Call our office today to schedule a thorough evaluation and discuss treatment options.

NEW!

SPECIALTY CONTACT LENSES

We provide scleral contact lenses for patients with corneal issues including Keratoconus.

We provide contact lens fittings to slow down the progression of Myopia.

What is myopia?

Refractive error where the patient cannot see at a distance.

When do we slow down myopia? 

When the child's prescription increases by over 1.00D yearly.

How do we slow down myopia?

Numerous ways including special contact lenses.

*COVID-19 and Contact lenses*

  • According to the AAO, it is safe to wear contact lenses during COVID-19. 

  • Ask Dr. Siri and get a free sample of the BEST and most recommended contact lens cleaning solution recommended to use at this time

CONTACT LENSES

Dr. Siri takes pride in making sure every contact lens patient is fitted in the most comfortable, clearest and life-style compatible contact lenses.

Who can wear contact lenses?

Patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia (vision problems that occur with age) and eye conditions like keratoconus can wear contact lenses. Dr. Siri leaves it to the discretion of every parent for their children to be fitted in contact lenses. Parents must take into consideration the importance of sanitation and responsibility. 

I need reading glasses to see things up close; can I wear contact lenses?

YES! Ask Dr. Siri how you can see at far away and up-close at the same time with contact lenses in.

Are contact lenses safe for my eyes?

YES! As long as your contact lenses were fit and prescribed by a Dr. Ask Dr. Siri about hard contact lenses that can slow down the progression of myopia, or nearsightedness especially in children. Ask Dr. Siri today about your options for optimal vision and comfort.

What will happen if I sleep in my contact lenses?

Dr. Siri would never recommend that you to sleep in your contact lenses due to the fact that the risks outweigh the benefits. Nonetheless, some contact lenses are FDA approved for overnight wear. Ask Dr. Siri about them.

*COVID-19 and Contact lenses*

  • According to the AAO, it is safe to wear contact lenses during COVID-19. 

  • Ask Dr. Siri and get a free sample of the BEST and most recommended contact lens cleaning solution recommended to use at this time

NEW! BLEPHERATIS/DEMODEX

AKA EYELID BACTERIA TREATMENTS

What is Blepharitis?

Blepharitis is inflammation of the eyelids. The lids may appear red, swollen, itchy or feel like they are burning or sore.

You may have flakes or oily particles (crusts) wrapped at the base of your eyelashes too. It is common, especially among people who have oily skin, dandruff or rosacea.​

What is demodex?

Eyelid mites that lead to lids that are red, swollen, itchy or feel like they are burning or sore.​

Why must I treat Blepharitis/ Demodex?

If left untreated, can lead to dry eyes, styes, discomfort and cosmetically dirty eye lashes​

How can Blepharitis/ Demodex be treated?

  • We now provide in office treatment options using the only advanced technology used to get rid of eye lash bacteria forever. 

Get rid of eyelid bacteria forever. Schedule your consultation/ treatment now. 

LASIK SURGERY CONSULTATION & CO-MANAGEMENT

What is LASIK surgery?​

LASIK is Laser-assisted in situ Keratomilieusis. During the procedure, the cornea (front part of the eye) is reshaped to focus light properly in the eye for clear vision without spectacles and/or contact lenses. Lasik has a 96 percent success rate. ​

Who should consider LASIK surgery?

Dr. Siri recommends that anyone with astigmatism, myopia, hyperopia and/ or presbyopia can have lasik. Nonetheless, Dr. Siri and the surgeon will perform other tests to ensure that you are a good candidate. During lasik, there is a risk of vision loss, dry eye, halo vision, infection, and/or a slipped flap.​

What is the consultation process work?

Dr. Siri will perform a comprehensive eye exam and help you select the right board certified lasik surgeon. Dr. Siri will then co-manage your surgery with the surgeon.​

Do I need routine yearly examinations after lasik?

YES! Dr. Siri highly recommends that all lasik patients still get a comprehensive annual exam. Most lasik centers offer lifetime warranties with required yearly eye examinations. 

Life happens and we all need urgent care. Dr. Siri is always available to answer the call and remove/ treat either a foreign body, pink eye, or a painful eye. Dr. Siri also evaluates decreased vision, vision loss, floaters and flashes and refers immediately as needed.

Dr. Siri will come into the office during our off hours just for you.

Please call our office today and schedule an Urgent eye exam.

URGENT EYE CARE

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