You may notice some changes to the office during your next appointment that will reduce time in the office and provide additional safety. These changes help protect both our patients and our staff. Here’s what a typical eye exam visit looks like:
1: Update your information
Use our Patient Portal to update your personal health history, medication, and family history from your home.
2: Pre-visit screening
We’ll call ahead of time to discuss the reason for your visit, review personal health history, and update additional information.
3: Reduce time in-office
Exterior Waiting Room – call us upon arrival and our technician will let you know when to come in.
4: Healthy visit
Upon entry hands are disinfected, touch-free temperature and pulse oximetry taken.
5: Clean and safer
All equipment is sanitized before and after each patient for optimal safety; Optomap retinal imaging is required for all retinal evaluations to reduce time.
6: Refined exam experience
Our medical and comprehensive eye exams have been fine-tuned to reduce touchpoints and time.
7: Optical concierge experience
A variety of frames will be hand-selected by our optician for you to try based on your responses to our optical questionnaire. All eyewear is sanitized before and after handling.
8: Optional no-touch payment
For your convenience and safety, ApplePay is now available.
Our eye exams
Our eye exams are designed to fit your individual needs and are performed using the most advanced technology available. Optometrist Dr. Cari Cannon takes her time to discuss any specific medical and visual needs you may have and encourages your questions.
Dr. Cannon diagnoses and monitors eye diseases including macular degeneration, cataracts, and glaucoma as well as many health concerns including diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. We treat common eye infections like “pink eye” and offer relief to many patients with Dry Eye by addressing the underlying cause. In addition, Dr. Cannon also manages pre- and post-operative LASIK surgery.