The Eyecare and Ocular Diagnostic Service provides complete vision care for individuals of all ages. The service evaluates and treats patients with a wide range of conditions. In addition to evaluating for common refractive conditions such as nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism, a comprehensive examination is also designed to evaluate all other aspects of vision and vision performance.
Specialties include glaucoma, neuro-optometry, vision therapy, myopia control, contact lens and orthokeratology, retinal disease, and cornea and external eye diseases including dry eye. Procedures include advanced perimetry, nyktometry (night vision test), pachymetry, anterior and posterior segment photography, gonioscopy, binocular indirect ophthalmoscopy. Optical coherence tomography (OCT) procedure is also available to patients with retinal, optic nerve and ganglion cell disorders. A complete assessment of both internal and external eye health is performed. Glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts are examples of some of the more common eye diseases that can be detected. A professional eye exam can often reveal early stages of general health problems including diabetes, high blood pressure, hardening of the arteries, or brain tumors.
Vision Therapy is a program of vision exercises that are customized for each patient which are conducted at the clinic on a weekly basis with periodic evaluations and modifications provided by your doctor. The goal of vision therapy is to eliminate non-strabismic eye coordination and focusing difficulties. (Read More)
Your ability to play sports is dependent upon your ability to see, interpret what you see quickly, and respond correctly to that visual information. Vision is the guiding sense for most sports, and sports vision training is an important factor in peak athletic performance. A Sports Vision Examination is a thorough evaluation of your individual visual system as it pertains to your specific sports performance and demands. Our comprehensive sports vision evaluations look at your visual system, the position, sport and environment you play in and make recommendations for sports-specific refractive corrections (contact lens, performance eyewear), and vision training.
Myopia, also called nearsightedness or shortsightedness, is the eye condition where objects nearby or a short distance away are clear but objects that are far away are blurred. It is caused by the eye being slightly too long. The Myopia Control Clinic specializes in optometric care of children and young adults with myopia. In addition to providing conventional glasses for clear vision, more importantly our services include options for controlling the progression of myopia (Read more)
Night and Color Vision Test for Drivers
Because people now in their 40’s and older will likely maintain active lifestyles during the next few decades, a record number of senior drivers will be on highways in the years ahead. At De-Lens, in order to maintain clear, comfortable and glare free vision, we perform several color and night vision tests required in occupations such as aviation, railroad, maritime, government agencies and transportation. We go further to ameliorate any discomfort arising from glare.
To schedule an appointment with the De-Lens Ophthalmics Practice Service, call +2349093499944 or +2348108406080. You may also click here to fill out our online appointment form.