CLINIC HOURS:

Monday  8am - 5pm

Tuesday  8am - 5pm

Wednesday  8am - 5pm

Thursday  8am - 5pm

Friday  8am - 5pm

Saturday - By appointment

Sunday  CLOSED

 

Our clinic is closed daily for lunch between

11:45 am - 1:00 pm.

Please contact the office 24 hours prior to appointment to cancel. 

 

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Cancellation Policy: It is the patient’s responsibility to keep scheduled appointments. Our practice requires notification of cancellation or changes to your appointment, 24 hours prior to your appointment or sooner if possible. Our practice will consider the appointment a No Show anytime the patient has not given 24 hour notice of cancellation or has failed to arrive within 10 minutes of the scheduled appointment time. Patients will be subject to a $25.00 missed appointment fee. No Show fees are solely the patient’s responsibility and must be paid in full before the patient’s next appointment.

Mysteries of the Eye

Darwin himself confessed that it was "absurd" to propose that the human eye evolved through spontaneous mutation and natural selection. How much do we really understand about our eyes?  Would you be suprised to learn that even people would 20/20 vision may still have a need for glasses? Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a perfect anything and that includes the eye. People often equate 20/20 vision with perfect eyes, when in reality there are multiple silent diseases that can only be diagnosed with a comprehensive eye exam.  A patient may maintain 20/20 and lose peripheral vision or paracentral vision or even all vision in later stages.  Thankfully, with early intervention, some of these problems can be mitigated.

 

For a fun clip to help better understand how our eyes function (or misfunction, if you will) check out the video below from the National Eye Institute.

 

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