Our optometrists at Dr. Tonya D. Lindsell & Associates and Cincinnati Vision Group (Liberty and Eastgate) provide eyewear prescriptions, identify and treat eye conditions and diseases, and offer corrective laser eye surgery co-management as well. You can get in touch with our eye doctor's offices to set up an appointment at your convenience and learn more about some of our key services below.
Dr. Melissa Sanders is an InfantSee provider, seeing patients 6-12 months old for comprehensive eye exams at no cost. Many vision problems may be completely missed until children start school. Babies getting the early diagnosis and treatment they need can help prevent a lifetime of vision complications. We highly recommend bringing your infants in with you so we can give them an exam as well!
If you’ve had a vision screening recently, you might say, “My vision is fine! I don’t need a comprehensive eye exam.”
But a vision screening provides a limited perspective on the overall health of your eyes. It’s a bit like getting your blood pressure checked and not getting the rest of your annual physical. You’ll have useful information, but it’s not the whole picture.
If you’ve never worn contact lenses before, it can seem a bit intimidating. After all, you’re inserting something into your eye! Let’s ease your mind about the first step – your contact lens exam. This post will walk you through what’s involved in a contact lens exam and what you can expect every step of the way.
People will often experience some type of eye disorder during the course of their lives. While the majority of these are minor and don’t require treatment, even minor problems can have significant adverse impacts on your vision, and you should seek the guidance of a licensed medical professional.
Many patients come to us every day struggling to get through their daily lives with their current choice of vision correction. Some have eyeglasses that do not sit properly on their face or feel that their peripheral vision is hindered by the frames. While contact users may find the lenses uncomfortable or have them fall out at inconvenient times. For these patients, we are pleased to offer orthokeratology, or Ortho-K, a revolutionary way to help you see clearly throughout the day without having to wear glasses or contacts and without having to get laser eye surgery.
While dry eye isn’t a serious condition, it can have a major impact on your quality of life. You may find your eyes get tired faster or you have difficulty reading. Not to mention the discomfort of a burning sensation or blurry vision. Let’s take a look at dry eye treatments – from simple self-care to innovative prescriptions and therapies – to help you see clearly and comfortably.
Dry eyes are one of the most common conditions that can affect our eyes and is estimated to affect millions of Americans. As you’ve probably guessed, dry eyes occur when tears fail to provide enough natural lubrication for the eyes to be comfortable and healthy.
Eye emergencies cover a range of incidents and conditions such as; trauma, cuts, scratches, foreign objects in the eye, burns, chemical exposure, photic retinopathy, and blunt injuries to the eye or eyelid.
We're proud to offer CLARIFYE; the digital eye exam that shows you more. A more advanced and precise digital eye exam experience, using state-of-the-art digital technology.
Myopia is a very common issue throughout the world. Approximately 1/3 of the population in the United States have the condition and over 90% of several East Asian countries suffer from myopia. While myopia may seem like such a common condition that it shouldn’t be cause for concern, it is actually associated with several very serious conditions that can threaten one’s ability to see.
MiSight 1-day contact lenses are a type of speciality contact lens. Designed with children in mind, they both correct the refractive error so that children can see clearly when wearing them, and also slow the progression of myopia.
Keratoconus typically first appears in individuals who are in their late teens or early 20s, and may progress for 10 to 20 years and then slow or stabilize. Each eye may be affected differently.