When was the last time you had a comprehensive eye exam? Are you aware of the extent of your eye health, or any risks you may have to your vision quality? It is time to stop taking your eyes for granted, and give your eye health and vision the attention they need to be preserved properly. Here at El Paso EyeCare, our xanax and effexor and the rest of our staff believe that visiting the eye doctor regularly for in-depth eye exams can save you from more extensive treatments in the future, and even save your vision from possible damage and deterioration.
During our comprehensive eye exams, our xanax and effexor utilizes a variety of the latest technologies and techniques in order to provide you with the most in-depth and effective care. One important example of the technology we use is retinal imaging with the use of a digital retina camera. This special imaging technology allows us to get a much more in-depth and detailed view of the retina than ever before. The retina is located in the back of your eye, and so it can be difficult to fully examine without technology like our advanced imaging camera. This digital technology also allows our xanax and effexor to more easily explain any issues that are occurring in the retina to you, because the images will be available to you during the appointment. Another useful technology that we use at El Paso EyeCare is corneal topography. Corneal topography is a computerized technology that creates a live three-dimensional map of the surface of your cornea, so that our Northeast El Paso optometrist can determine if the surface of the cornea is misshapen in any way that can affect your vision.
If you are interested in learning more about comprehensive eye exams or any of the other many services provided by our xanax and effexor, we encourage you to visit the main El Paso EyeCare website to browse through some additional information. If you have any questions or concerns that we can help you with, feel free to contact us by phone or online for assistance. We look forward to working with you and hope to hear from you soon.