We continue to welcome new Patients. Our Comprehensive Routine Exam caters to every age group, with special consideration to the pediatric and geriatric population. Our routine exam services screen for eye disease, strabismus (eye turn), amblyopia (lazy eye), and low vision (poor vision despite best correction). We provide thorough eye exams using the latest technology, but we also take time to listen to your needs and explain your options.
We provide diagnosis and/or management of a variety of Ocular Diseases. Every comprehensive dilated examination screens for glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, hypertensive retinopathy, macular degeneration, cataracts, etc. We use corneal topography (mapping) and digital photography as part of every routine exam. Additionally we have many Advanced Diagnostic Procedures to further investigate ocular disease.
Our Doctors work closely with ophthalmologists locally and state wide to manage Cataract and Refractive surgery Pre and Post Operative Care.
At Kisiolek Eye Center we have daily appointments set aside to better address all your Emergency needs. Symptoms of emergencies include eye pain, redness, discharge, sudden loss of vision, flashes and floaters, embedded foreign particles or other injuries. If you ever have unusual symptoms like these, just call our office and we will see you the same day. We diagnose and treat eye infections, abrasions, chemical burns, foreign bodies, eyelid lumps, corneal ulcers, glaucoma, allergies, inflammatory disease and many other eye problems.
We provide Low Vision evaluations for patients with significant visual loss. Low vision is defined as visual loss that cannot be corrected with traditional glasses or contact lenses. We spend the necessary time to determine the most beneficial visual aids to assist in daily living. When patients have a vision loss due to eye disease, the aging process or injury, we don’t focus on the loss, but rather we teach them how to maximize the vision they still have left. This can range from counseling and basic magnifiers to complex lenses mounted in eyeglass frames.