Visual Field Testing

A Visual Field Test is done to help diagnose and or detect any possible effects of loss of vision, glaucoma, disorders of the retina, stroke, brain tumors, diabetes and more.  The actual test is a procedure that measures how much peripheral or ‘side’ vision you have. It is done by sitting in front of a computer and does not require any eye drops. During the exam, you look into a monitor, resting your chin on a chin rest to keep your head still.  Lights are flashed on and off, and you have to press a button whenever you see the light. The lights are bright or dim at different stages of the test. Each eye is tested separately and the entire test takes 15-30 minutes.  The doctor will review the results of the test with you either during the exam or in a follow-up visit to the office.

Contact Lens Exam

Many people may ask why it is necessary for a Contact Lens Exam after a Routine Eye Exam has already determined an accurate prescription for glasses.  This is because a […]

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Digital Scanning (OCT)

An Optical Coherence Tomography scan (commonly referred to as an OCT scan) is the latest advancement in imaging technology. This test is very similar to an ultrasound except that it […]

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Comprehensive Eye Exam

Comprehensive Eye Exam – (Routine Eye Exam) Having an eye exam doesn’t just mean getting a new prescription for glasses.  At Maya Vision Center you will receive a Comprehensive Eye Exam […]

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iWellness® exam

Your eyesight is priceless and we are here to protect it! Vision threatening diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy often have no outward signs or symptoms in the […]

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Digital Photography (Fundus Photography)

Taking digital retinal images allows your eye doctor to evaluate the health of the back of your eye, which is also called the retina. The pictures allow the doctor to […]

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