Ocular Services

Routine Eye Exam

Routine eye exams are crucial for maintaining overall eye health and detecting vision problems early. Our optometrists evaluate visual acuity and check for refractive errors, utilizing tools such as a foreopter and slit lamp. All of our routine eye exams include an intraocular pressure check and auto-refraction. Exam frequency varies based on age, health, and existing eye conditions, contributing to early diagnosis and timely intervention for optimal eye health and clear vision. By scheduling regular vision exams, individuals can ensure optimal eye function and enjoy a better quality of life through clear and healthy vision.

Comprehensive Eye Exam

Comprehensive eye exams go beyond simply checking vision; they involve a thorough assessment of various aspects of eye health. They help prevent and manage conditions like glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration, while also revealing underlying health issues such as diabetes and hypertension. Comprehensive eye exams encompass evaluations of visual acuity, eye coordination, and muscle function. They also include examinations of external and internal eye structures using specialized tools, such as retinal photos.

These exams can detect and manage a range of eye conditions, such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. Additionally, comprehensive eye exams may reveal underlying health issues like diabetes and hypertension, as the eyes often reflect systemic health. Regularity in these examinations, tailored to individual needs, ensures early detection of potential problems, allowing for timely intervention and the preservation of optimal eye health.

Emergency Eye Exam

Our office provides emergency services for urgent eye issues. We understand that eye emergencies can occur unexpectedly, and we are equipped to handle situations such as eye injuries, sudden vision changes, or other urgent eye conditions. Our skilled and caring team is available to address your concerns promptly. If you experience an eye emergency, don’t hesitate to contact our office, and we will make every effort to accommodate you for immediate care and support. Your eye health is our priority, and we are here to assist you in times of need.

Contact Lens Exam

During a contact lens fitting, our experienced optometrists assess various factors, including the shape and health of your eyes, tear production, and lifestyle considerations. We take precise measurements to determine the appropriate lens parameters and guide you in selecting the most suitable type of contact lenses, whether they are daily disposables, bi-weekly, or monthly lenses.

The fitting process involves trying on different lenses to assess comfort and clarity. Our goal is to provide personalized care and education on proper lens hygiene, insertion, and removal techniques. With our thorough contact lens exams and fittings, we aim to enhance your overall satisfaction and confidence in wearing contact lenses while ensuring optimal eye health.

Myopia Management

At Metro Eyes, we are committed to providing cutting-edge solutions for myopia management, offering a range of modalities tailored to individual needs. Our comprehensive approach includes options such as Atropine, Orthokeratology, and MiSight 1 Day lenses.

Atropine eye drops can be utilized to slow down myopia progression, while Orthokeratology involves specially designed contact lenses that reshape the cornea overnight, providing clear vision during the day.

MiSight lenses, on the other hand, are daily disposable contact lenses designed specifically for myopia control.

Selecting the right vision correction method depends on various factors. Orthokeratology, Atropine, and MiSight each have their unique advantages and considerations. Consulting with one of our eye care professionals is vital for making an informed decision tailored to individual needs and preferences.

Atropine is a pharmacological solution in the form of eye drops used to dilate the pupil and temporarily relax the eye muscles. While traditionally used to manage conditions like eye inflammation, its application has extended to myopia control, particularly in children. By reducing eye strain and slowing down the progression of myopia, atropine offers a non-invasive approach to addressing nearsightedness. It is typically prescribed for daily use, and its effects are temporary, requiring ongoing administration to maintain its myopia-controlling benefits. However, potential side effects like temporary blurred near vision should be considered during its use.

How it Works: Atropine eye drops dilate the pupil, reducing eye strain and slowing myopia progression by relaxing the eye muscles.

Indications: Typically prescribed for myopia control, especially in children.


  • Non-invasive and easy to administer.
  • Potential to slow down myopia progression.
  • Can be used in conjunction with other vision correction methods.


  • Temporary blurred near vision.
  • Possible side effects such as light sensitivity.
  • Long-term safety for children is still under study.

Orthokeratology, commonly known as Ortho-K, is a non-surgical vision correction method that involves using specially designed contact lenses to reshape the cornea overnight. These lenses apply gentle pressure on the cornea, resulting in temporary changes that correct refractive errors. Primarily used for myopia (nearsightedness), Ortho-K offers the advantage of providing clear vision during the day without the need for glasses or contact lenses. While non-invasive and reversible, it requires consistent nightly wear for optimal results.

How it Works: Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) involves using specially designed contact lenses to reshape the cornea while you sleep, providing clear vision during the day.

Indications: Primarily used for myopia (nearsightedness).


  • Non-surgical and reversible.
  • Can slow down myopia progression, especially in children.
  • Freedom from daytime glasses or contact lenses.


  • Requires consistent nightly wear.
  • Adaptation period discomfort for some individuals.
  • May not be suitable for all prescriptions.

MiSight 1 Day soft contact lenses, developed by CooperVision, provide an innovative myopia management solution. These daily disposable lenses use dual-focus technology to correct distance vision while creating a myopic defocus, proven to slow eyeball elongation and reduce myopia progression in children aged 8 and older. Offering daily disposability for convenience and optimal hygiene, MiSight 1 Day lenses have a favorable safety profile, potentially reducing the risk of myopia-related complications. A practical and comfortable option for parents, regular consultation with an eye care professional is crucial to assess individual suitability and monitor myopia management progress.


  • Effective Myopia Control: MiSight 1 day lenses have demonstrated effectiveness in slowing down the progression of myopia in children, providing a potential long-term benefit in managing nearsightedness.
  • Daily Disposable: As daily disposable lenses, MiSight offers convenience and hygiene benefits. There's no need for cleaning and storing, reducing the risk of eye infections and ensuring a fresh pair every day.
  • Comfortable Wear: These lenses are designed for comfort, making them suitable for children who may be new to wearing contact lenses. The daily replacement schedule also minimizes the risk of discomfort associated with extended wear.
  • UV Protection: MiSight lenses provide built-in UV protection,
    helping to shield the eyes from harmful ultraviolet rays.


  • Cost: Compared to traditional contact lenses, MiSight lenses may be more expensive due to their specialized design for myopia management. However, the potential long-term benefits in reducing myopia progression may outweigh the initial cost.
  • Availability of Prescription: MiSight lenses are available only with a prescription and may not be suitable for everyone.
  • Daily Handling: Daily disposable lenses require daily handling and disposal, which may not be ideal for everyone.

Give Yourself The Gift Of Clear Vision – Request An Appointment With Your Eye Care Provider Now.

Request An Appointment

Patient’s Choice Winner



Payment Methods

Payment Methods

Office Hours

Monday: 10am-6pm
Tuesday: 10am-6pm
Wednesday: 10am-6pm
Thursday: 10am-4pm
Friday: 10am-6pm
Saturday: 9am-4pm
Sunday: Closed

Skip to content