A comprehensive eye examination includes a patient history, preliminary entrance and binocular vision tests, eye refraction to determine prescription, and dilation to fully assess ocular health.
A medical eye examination includes diagnosis and management of eye related medical diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, high risk medications to name a few.
A follow up eye examination and appointment is used to confirm and evaluate prior exam findings, co-manage operative care, and finalize prescriptions.
A dry eye examination includes diagnosis and management of dry eye. LipiView testing and LipiFlow treatment is just one of the many ways we can treat dry eye.
A contact lens fit/evaluation exam is required annually for current & new contact wearers. It includes a comprehensive eye exam & additional contact lens services. Contact lenses are fit & evaluated based on patients' lifestyle and prescription needs.
We're available to treat and manage eye emergencies. If your emergency is after hours Dr. Henderson can be reached at 918-207-6276 or Dr. McGee at 405-795-8403.
Did you know that 80% of what a child learns occurs through their eyes? As they get older, the demands on their eyes only grow.
Pediatric eye exams are designed to evaluate eyesight differently based on the age of the child. Infants and toddlers from birth to 35 months, preschool children from age 3 to 5 years, 11 months and school-age children from 6 to 18 years.
The pediatric eye exam covers a number of tests to determine both eye health and development as well as factors that could impact learning.
Your baby is precious and deserves a lifetime of healthy vision. That's why Precision Vision Edmond proudly supports the InfantSEE program developed by the American Optometric Association and offers free infant eye assessments to babies between 6 and 12 months.