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Problem-focused exams for eye emergencies including eye pain, eye infections, flashes & floaters and sudden vision loss are available. Dr. Wright is certified in the treatment and management of ocular disease.

Eye Exam


Annual eye examinations are important to monitor changes, provide optimal vision and to allow early detection of vision-threatening disorders such as glaucoma or retinal problems. Some conditions, such as cataracts, may not necessarily result from disease. Dr. Wright can evaluate their impact on your visual function and can often delay the progression of the condition.

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Eyes come in many sizes and shapes, so you need to have an accurate “fitting” to make sure your lenses will fit your eyes properly. To do this, Dr. Wright will take measurements of your eye and its surface, checking for curvature and other factors that will affect how your lenses fit. You may be asked if your eyes tend to be dry (this is very important in determining which type of contact lenses is best for you – there are special lenses for people who experience eye dryness). Finally, the front of your eyes will be carefully examined to make sure there aren’t any problems that could make it difficult for you to wear contact lenses.

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Selecting your lenses and frames is a very personal choice. A wide variety of options are available that can be tailored to suit  your medical needs and your fashion preferences. The knowledgeable staff at Valley Vision Care will consider long-term wearing comfort, style, features and function when suggesting a new pair of eyeglasses. The eyeglasses become as unique as the person taking them home.

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