General Ophthalmology Center
At Montgomery & Riddle Eyecare we believe that everyone should have access to healthy eyes. Our doctors will take the time to fully evaluate all patients eyes who walk through our door. They will do a full evaluation of your eyes and determine what treatment might be appropriate for your eyes.
Child Vision Exams
It is important to have your child’s vision tested regularly. According to the American Optometric Association, they recommend that your child receives a comprehensive eye exam between 6 and 12 months of age. The first eye exam will help to determine if your child’s eyes are developing properly. Our trained doctors have the education and equipment to perform these non-invasive assessments to determine if they may suffer from amblyopia, muscle imbalances or an ocular disease.
The next important stage in your child’s vision is prior to them entering school. An eye exam prior to starting school will help determine if your child is suffering from a vision disorder. At this time your child can speak and answer questions during the evaluation. Children who have their eyes tested and vision disorders treated at a younger age have an enhanced learning experience. Eye exams should be routinely performed every two years to ensure proper vision.
Adult Vision Exams
It is recommended that Adults have a vision exam on a yearly basis in order to detect and diagnose vision problems or changes in eyesight. Periodic eye exams will look for eye problems such as cataracts, glaucoma or macular degeneration.
Your annual exam will include numerous tests to determine the type of vision correction best suited to meet your visual demands. There have never been more ways to manage a vision problem with corrective lenses and we proudly offer a full spectrum of vision correction options. If you prefer glasses, our doctors will help you better understand the many lens choices available to you and recommend options tailored to meet your lifestyle needs. We also provide fittings for all types of contact lenses, including disposable or daily wear soft lenses, gas permeable contact lenses, and specialty lenses such as torics, bifocals, and colored contact lenses.