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At our El Paso, Texas, state-of-the-art eye care practice, our mission is to preserve, restore and enhance the vision of every member of your family. Led by Drs. Douglas Eley and D.T. Patel, we have been been committed to providing compassionate and personalized eye care to the residents of the El Paso community and its surrounding environs for the past decade. Our office is proud to offer the latest technology, including retinal imaging (digital retinal camera) and corneal topography, to provide the best diagnostic tools for our patients.
At El Paso Eyecare we utilize the latest, state of the art technology to provide you with a comfortable, non-invasive and fully detailed examination of your eyes. An eye examination should take approximately one hour and we will be happy to answer any questions that you have.
What To Expect: It is extremely important for every adult to have a comprehensive eye examination every year. Regular eye exams are an invaluable tool in maintaining healthy eyes by detecting eye disease. Early detection of eye disease will help prevent vision loss and allow for a choice of treatment options.
An exam begins with preliminary testing that will be performed by a skilled assistant. These tests will provide your optometrist with important information regarding the health and shape of your eye to better detect the possibility of optical diseases, refractive errors and other issues.
An instrument that measures the best corrective lens prescription for your eyes.
This exam tests for any issues with peripheral vision and the possibility of eye disease.
A specialized digital camera is used to take a high resolution image of the retina. This diagnostic tool is very helpful in the diagnosis of eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration.
After the preliminary testing your optometrist will perform a thorough examination of your eyes which will include some additional testing.
This instrument tests the pressure in your eye which could indicate the possibility of Glaucoma.
This state of the art equipment magnifies the front portion of the eye to check for optical diseases such as cataracts and corneal issues.
This is used to examine different parts of the eye including the optic nerve, retina and macula.
These exams are used to measure the cornea for contact lens fittings and for LASIK surgery evaluation.
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