Comprehensive Eye Exam

Bellevue Family Eyecare provides comprehensive eye exams for family members of all ages. Our comprehensive eye exams include:

Refraction, assessment of binocular function, slit lamp biomicroscopy, measurement of intraocular pressures, dilated fundus exam and digital retinal photography.

Click here for a description of each component to the eye exam
Why It’s Important to Get Back-to-School Eye Exams

Management of Ocular Diseases

Bellevue Family Eyecare will evaluate, treat, and manage any signs of ocular disease. It is vitally important to follow recommendations from your primary care physician regarding routine eye exams if you have any medical history. Diabetes mellitus, systemic hypertension, elevated cholesterol, heart disease, and thyroid disease are only a few medial conditions which can affect the eyes. The doctors of Bellevue Family Eyecare focus on the overall health of every patient and know it is important for our patients to continue with great vision throughout their life.

Which medical conditions can affect my eyes?
Warning signs for ocular disease
Do I have cataracts?
How often should I visit my optometrist if I have diabetes?

Eye Emergency Services

Bellevue Family Eyecare provides emergency services and office visits to all patients. If you think you have any signs of an ocular emergency, don’t hesitate to contact our office for an appointment.

Types of emergencies
Do I have an emergency?

Infant’s First Eye Exam

Participating in the InfantSEE program, Bellevue Family Eyecare provides a complimentary eye exam for infants between 8 – 12 months old to identify and provide early treatment to any potential vision and eye health concerns. Things that the doctor will exam include:

  • excessive or unequal amounts of nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism
  • eye movement ability
  • eye health problems