Our team, at NC Eye Associates, remains steadfast in providing patients with the very best of vision services and eye care. Under the leadership of Drs. Loflin and Samuels, we customize each individual patient’s treatment plan for their needs. Our doctors continue to expand their knowledge of the latest diagnostic techniques, treatment and technologies as they continue to evolve with new advancements in medicine. Our teams have a high level of training and knowledge to help provide an effective exam for each individual patient regardless of the reason for the visit. In some cases, medical treatment may be required. At NC Eye Associates, we will be able to find the most efficacious solution for each individual’s specific needs. Our team is here to help you live a life with clearer vision and healthier eyes. Whether you need an annual eye exam, new glasses and contact lenses or have a specific medical concern, we are here and ready to help.
Our services range from routine annual exams to advanced treatment of dry eye disease and glaucoma treatment. Below are a few of the services that we provide.
- Comprehensive eye exams
- Contact lens fittings
- Pediatric eye exams
- Laser eye surgery consultations and co-management
- Cataract evaluations and surgical co-management
- Glaucoma management
- Advanced treatment for dry eye disease
- And MORE!!!
In order for us to provide a thorough eye examination, we will need some background information about each patient’s medical history. Before the visit, we will have each patient fill out a form that covers the patient’s health history, current health status, allergies and insurance information. The patient will be able to print this form at home and fill it out before arriving at the office or fill it out in our lobby. With this information, we will be able customize the exam to each patient’s specific needs, as well as, move the patient through the exam at an appropriate pace. There are a variety of medical conditions or issues that can affect one’s vision and ocular health. In many cases, patients do not realize that they need glasses or have a pertinent medical condition. For this reason, it is important that patients keep their annual exams to monitor ocular health and vision.