Gee Eye Care uses on the latest cutting-edge technology when caring for the needs of our patients. Dr. Gee offers more than just the right pair of glasses. As a Board Certified Therapeutic Optometrist and Glaucoma Specialist, Dr. Gee also co-manages surgical procedures including LASIK, Advanced Surface Ablation, contact lens and cataract implants and more.
All exams are conducted on the most technologically advanced equipment integrated to our examination rooms. These tests take away the subjectivity of determining your prescription.
This simple examination is essential in determining if an eye is healthy enough to wear a contact lens and allows the doctors to determine if the incorrect material or wearing habits are poorly maintained.
Certain Conditions like undiagnosed hypertension, diabetes, retinal tears and detachments, among many other conditions can lurk back there and will only be detected with this exam.
If there is anything abnormal on the front of your eye that could impair your ability to see optimally, we will be able to see them in these images.
This exam tells the doctor how much of the lens is coming into contact with the eye; if the fit is too tight or loose; and if the lens is changing the shape of the eye.
As a Board Certified Therapeutic Optometrist and Glaucoma Specialist, Dr. Gee also co-manages the following surgical procedures.
A surgical procedure that uses a laser to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, and reduces your dependence on prescription glasses or contact lenses.
A special lens surgically placed inside the eye, rather than on the service of the eye, to correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, cloudy vision or other sight problems.
Removing the epithelium from the cornea using an excimer laser and treating the refractive error on the front surface of the cornea.
An eye disease that can lead to blindness due to irregular pressure building up against the optic nerve. We provide regular glaucoma testing for early detection and usually treatment by Dr. Gee.
We are pleased to provide comprehensive Ocular Health Examinations or annual eye examinations. No problem is too small or too large. No age is too young or old. In accordance to the American Optometric Association, we recommend your children have their first eye exam at 2 years of age.
However, you need a complete ocular examination if you have any of the following conditions or are taking any of the following medications.