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Comp Eye Examin


Comprehensive eye health examinations

Eye health is often overlooked, but it is just as important as overall physical health. Regular eye exams can help detect problems early on, which can often lead to better treatment outcomes. A comprehensive eye health examination is a thorough evaluation of your eyes and vision, as well as a comprehensive health evaluation of the ocular surface and internal structures of the eyes. It includes tests to assess the health of your eyes, such as the visual acuity, refraction, eye coordination, pupil reaction, eye pressure, and visual field tests. Early detection and treatment of vision problems, eye diseases, and other health issues can help preserve your eye health and prevent vision loss.


Why Are Comprehensive Eye Exams Important?


There are several reasons why comprehensive eye exams are important. The first reason is to detect vision problems early on. Vision problems, such as nearsightedness or farsightedness, can often be corrected or managed with glasses or contact lenses. If left untreated, however, vision problems can become more severe and even lead to blindness.


Another reason why comprehensive eye exams are important is to detect eye diseases early on. Eye diseases, such as glaucoma, cataracts, and age-related macular degeneration, can lead to vision loss or blindness if left untreated. Early detection and treatment of these diseases can often help to slow or even stop the progression of the disease.


Finally, comprehensive eye exams can also help to detect other health problems. During an eye exam, the eye doctor will be able to see the blood vessels in the eyes, which can sometimes reveal problems with circulation or other health issues.


What Happens During a Comprehensive Eye Exam?


  • A comprehensive eye exam typically includes several tests, including:


  • Visual Acuity Test: This test measures your ability to see objects clearly at various distances.


  • Refraction Test: This test determines the correction needed for nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism.


  • Eye Coordination Test: This test assesses your ability to use both eyes together to see objects.


  • Pupil Reaction Test: This test measures the size of your pupils in response to light.


  • Eye Pressure Test: This test measures the pressure inside your eyes.


  • Visual Field Test: This test measures your peripheral vision.

Contact Lens Fitting

Custom contact lens fittings including multifocal and bifocal contacts

Custom contact lens fittings are a specialized service provided by Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic to help patients achieve clear vision and comfortable wear. Unlike off-the-shelf contact lenses, custom contact lenses are tailored to fit the unique contours of a patient's eyes, providing a more precise and comfortable fit.

Multifocal and bifocal contacts are designed to correct vision at multiple distances, allowing patients to see clearly both up close and far away without needing to switch between multiple pairs of glasses. At Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, our experienced staff will work with each patient to determine the best type of multifocal or bifocal contact lens for their needs and preferences. 

During the custom contact lens fitting process, our staff will take detailed measurements of the patient's eyes and assess their visual needs to ensure that the lenses provide optimal vision correction. We also take into consideration the patient's lifestyle and daily activities to determine the best contact lens option for them. 

Whether you are looking for multifocal or bifocal contact lenses, Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic is dedicated to helping you achieve clear, comfortable vision. Our team is committed to providing personalized care and finding the perfect contact lens solution for each patient's unique needs.

Lasik Consult

Lasik consultation and co-management

Lasik consultation and co-management are services offered by Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic to help patients achieve their best possible vision. LASIK (Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis) is a popular procedure that uses a laser to reshape the cornea and correct refractive errors, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

During a LASIK consultation at Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, our experienced eye care professionals will evaluate your eyes and determine if you are a good candidate for the procedure. We will explain the process and answer any questions you may have, as well as discuss the risks and benefits of the procedure. If you decide to move forward with LASIK, we will refer you to a qualified LASIK surgeon for the actual procedure.

Following the LASIK procedure, our clinic provides co-management services to ensure that you have a smooth and successful recovery. This includes monitoring your progress and addressing any concerns you may have. Our team will work closely with your surgeon to ensure that you receive the best possible care.

If you are interested in LASIK, we encourage you to schedule a consultation at Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic to determine if this procedure is right for you.

Pediatric Exams

Pediatric eye exams

At Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, we know how important your child's vision is to their overall development and success. That's why we offer comprehensive pediatric eye exams to help detect and address any vision issues your child may have. Our experienced optometrists are trained to work with children of all ages and make the exam process as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

During a pediatric eye exam, we will assess your child's visual acuity, eye teaming and tracking, and eye health. We will also check for common vision problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. If any issues are detected, our optometrist will discuss treatment options with you and recommend the best course of action to ensure your child's vision is corrected and their eye health is maintained.

At Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, we believe that early detection and intervention are key to ensuring your child's long-term eye health. Schedule a pediatric eye exam today and give your child the gift of clear vision and a bright future.

Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery co-management

Cataract surgery co-management is a service offered by Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic that is designed to ensure that patients receive the best possible care before, during, and after cataract surgery. Cataracts are a common eye condition that can cause cloudy or blurred vision, and they can be treated through surgery that involves removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with an artificial lens.

At Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, our Dr. Tebow will work closely with local ophthalmologists to provide comprehensive care to patients who are undergoing cataract surgery. We provide pre-operative consultations and evaluations to assess the patient's overall health and help determine the best course of action for their individual needs.

During the surgery itself, we maintain close communication with the patient's surgeon to ensure that everything goes smoothly and that the patient's vision is restored as quickly and safely as possible. After the surgery, we provide post-operative care and follow-up appointments to monitor the patient's progress and ensure that they are healing properly.

Our goal is to provide a seamless, coordinated experience for our patients throughout the entire cataract surgery process. By working closely with local surgeons, we are able to provide the highest level of care and help our patients achieve the best possible outcomes.

Visual Field Exam

Visual Field examinations for detection and management of glaucoma

A Visual Field examination is a test that measures your ability to see objects in your peripheral vision, which is the area outside of your direct line of sight. This test is crucial for detecting and managing glaucoma, a condition that damages the optic nerve and can lead to vision loss. 

During the Visual Field test, you will be asked to sit in front of a machine and look straight ahead while small dots or lights are flashed at different spots on a screen. You will be asked to press a button or raise your hand when you see the dots or lights. The machine will then create a map of your visual field, which the eye doctor will use to identify any areas of vision loss or abnormalities.

Regular Visual Field examinations are essential for individuals with glaucoma, as they help monitor the progression of the disease and ensure that the treatment plan is working effectively. If you have been diagnosed with glaucoma or have a family history of the disease, it is crucial to schedule routine eye exams and Visual Field tests to protect your vision and prevent vision loss. 

At Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, we offer Visual Field examinations as part of our comprehensive eye care services. We use the latest technology to perform accurate and reliable tests and provide personalized treatment plans tailored to your individual needs.

Retina Health Eval

Retinal health evaluations for diabetes and hypertension

Retinal health evaluations are an essential part of preventive eye care for individuals with diabetes and hypertension. Both of these conditions can cause damage to the blood vessels in the eyes, leading to vision problems and even blindness if left untreated. 

During a retinal health evaluation, your eye doctor will examine the back of your eye, including the retina and optic nerve, using specialized instruments and techniques. This exam can detect any signs of damage or abnormality in the blood vessels, such as leaking or swelling, that may indicate the presence of diabetes or hypertension. 

Early detection of these conditions through retinal health evaluations can be crucial for preventing or minimizing their impact on your vision. Dr. Tebow can work with your primary care physician to ensure that you receive the appropriate treatment and monitoring to manage your condition and protect your eye health. 

At Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, we offer comprehensive retinal health evaluations for patients with diabetes and hypertension. Our experienced eye care professionals use state-of-the-art technology to provide thorough and accurate assessments of your eye health, so you can feel confident that your vision is in good hands.

Ocular Disease

Treatment and diagnosis of ocular disease and disorders

At Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, we offer expert diagnosis and treatment of ocular diseases and disorders. Our experienced staff uses state-of-the-art technology and advanced techniques to identify and manage a wide range of eye conditions, such as glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and many more.

We understand the importance of early detection and intervention in the management of ocular disease, and we strive to provide comprehensive care to our patients. Our team of eye care professionals will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your unique needs and helps preserve your vision for years to come.

If you are experiencing any symptoms of an ocular disease or disorder, such as blurred vision, eye pain, redness, or sensitivity to light, don't hesitate to schedule an appointment with us. We are here to help you maintain healthy eyes and optimal vision.

Dry Eye Eval

Dry Eye Evaluations and treatment

Dry eye syndrome is a common condition that occurs when the eyes do not produce enough tears or when the quality of the tears is poor. This can result in discomfort, irritation, and even damage to the surface of the eye. At Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, we offer dry eye evaluations and treatment to help patients alleviate their symptoms and improve their eye health.

During a dry eye evaluation, our experienced staff will conduct a comprehensive examination of your eyes to determine the underlying causes of your dry eye symptoms. This may involve assessing your tear production, examining the quality of your tears, and evaluating the overall health of your eyes.

Once we have identified the cause of your dry eye symptoms, we can recommend a personalized treatment plan to help you find relief. This may include the use of artificial tears, prescription eye drops, and other medications to increase tear production, reduce inflammation, and improve the quality of your tears. We may also recommend lifestyle changes, such as taking breaks during prolonged computer use or using a humidifier in dry environments, to reduce your symptoms.

At Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, we are dedicated to helping our patients maintain healthy and comfortable eyes. If you are experiencing dry eye symptoms, contact us today to schedule a dry eye evaluation and start your journey to clearer, more comfortable vision.

Aesthetic Eyecare

Aesthetic eyecare including Botox injections, eyelash serums and safe makeup

At Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, we understand that your eyes are not just important for seeing, but they're also an essential part of your appearance. That's why we offer aesthetic eyecare services to help enhance the beauty of your eyes.

Our aesthetic eyecare services include Botox injections, which can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, giving you a more youthful and refreshed look. Our experienced and trained staff uses Botox safely and effectively to achieve natural-looking results.

We also offer eyelash serums to help enhance the length and thickness of your lashes. Our eyelash serums contain safe and effective ingredients that can promote lash growth and improve their overall health. With regular use, you can achieve fuller, longer, and healthier-looking lashes.

Additionally, we offer safe makeup products that are specially designed for sensitive eyes. These makeup products are free of harsh chemicals and fragrances that can irritate the eyes, making them an excellent choice for anyone with sensitive eyes or contact lenses.

At Tahlequah Family Vision Clinic, we're committed to helping you look and feel your best. Contact us today to learn more about our aesthetic eyecare services.

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