Eye Care Services in Fort Wayne, IN
Eye Exams and Services
A new level of eye care has arrived in Fort Wayne, IN
Our modern approach to eyecare is experienced throughout all of our services, especially our eye exams. We use the latest technology to ensure all patients have an experience rooted in both comfort and quality.
Comprehensive Eye Exams
Our comprehensive eye exams include dilation and a digital phoropter with a no puff, no drop tonometer to measure eye pressure. Eye Specs on Main prioritizes the comfort of patients during all eye exams.
Contact Lens Exams
Eye Specs on Main offers comprehensive contact lens exams that check the overall eye health and provide a general vision prescription as well as a contact lens consultation and measurement to determine the proper lens fit. It is very important that your contact lenses fit properly and comfortably, and we work with you to ensure you have a thorough understanding of contact lens safety and hygiene.
In the case of an eye emergency, please contact us immediately. We will provide you with immediate next steps and depending on the type of injury, we will either request that you come into our office or visit the emergency room.
Eye Specs on Main offers Orthokeratology, also known as Ortho-k lenses. These lenses are specially designed as fitted contact lenses that temporarily reshape the cornea to improve vision. It’s essentially orthodontics for your eyes in the way that dental braces are for teeth. Most ortho-k lenses are worn at night to reshape the front surface of the eye while you sleep. Orthokeratology is a surgery-free way for many patients to leave their glasses and contact lenses behind!
Myopia is a vision condition that affects the ability to see distant images or objects clearly; most doctors refer to myopia as nearsightedness or shortsightedness. It typically develops in childhood and if untreated, worsens in adulthood. Eye Specs on Main offers myopia management which has been shown to reduce myopia progression by up to 78 percent. We cater our services to support both adolescents and adults.
Eye Exam FAQs
Why are eye exams important?
Eye exams help test for common eye diseases and measure visual acuity. Common eye diseases that can be detected during a comprehensive eye exam include cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, and lazy eyes. Common refractive errors include nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. Without regular eye exams, these conditions can result in difficulty seeing.
What is Anti-reflective Coating?
Anti-Reflective coating is a thin coating applied in layers to the lens stops the front and back from reflecting what’s around it. The layers also stop the glare from computer screens and oncoming headlights while driving at night. Another benefit of anti-reflective lenses is that when you’re talking to someone, that person can see your eyes instead of their own reflections.
What is digital eye strain and what options are available to relieve it?
Digital eye strain is the discomfort many people feel after looking at a digital screen after prolonged screen use. According to a survey by the Vision Council, some of the symptoms reported are eye strain, headaches, dry eyes, and blurred vision. The good news is eyewear is available with specialized lenses featuring digital eye-strain reducing capabilities such as Zeiss’s Smart Life lenses. In addition to eyewear solutions, there are simple changes you can make such as reducing overhead lighting to reduce screen glare, positioning yourself at an arm’s length from the screen, and continuously taking breaks from looking at the screen.
What is involved in myopia management?
Depending on the age and severity of your child’s myopia, your eye doctor may prescribe any of the following management techniques: Eyeglasses, Bifocal Lenses, Multifocal Lenses, Contact Lenses, Multifocal Contact Lenses, Atropine Eye Drops, or Orthokeratology.