Comprehensive eye exam using the latest technology

Annual comprehensive eye exams are more than just determining if you need glasses or contact lenses. The exam also gives your doctor the opportunity to evaluate the health of your eyes. This is an important part of protecting and preserving your vision for a lifetime 

An eye exam will consist of:

Visual Acuities – Determining your vision with and without glasses

Muscle Balance – How well the eyes work together

Pupil Reactions
External Eye Evaluation

Internal Eye Evaluation – Check for diseases and eye conditions (ie Glaucoma, Cataracts, Dystrophies, Macular Degeneration)

If you have certain health problems (diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, thyroid disease, multiple sclerosis, lupus, HIV) or a family history of eye disease, the doctor will recommend your are seen for more than one exam a year.

​If you should experience a sudden change in your vision, you should seek medical advice, as this could be an indication of a potentially serious problem that might require emergency medical attention.

Contact Lenses for all kinds of vision disorders (Astigmatism, Bifocal, Spherical). Successful contact lens wear depends on healthy eyes, a proper fit and a patient's compliance with the prescribed wearing schedule and care system. A contact lens is a medical device and should be handled with care and taken very seriously. A contact lends patient needs to be examined annually and have a contact lens check every 6 months.
​Dr. Schrolucke recommends the 6 month contact lens check to insure that the patient's prescription has not changed and the eyes are still healthy.
Difficult to fit contact lenses (Keratoconus, Corneal Transplants)

Treatment of eye infections

​Urgent Eye Care- Chemical contact with face or eyes- Severe head, face or eye injury- Sudden loss of all or part of your vision- Bulgine eye- Painful eye- Sudden onset of flashing light or floating objects- Appearance of a "veil" or "curtain across your field of vision- Sudden change in pupil size- Foreign body in the eye- Sudden onset of double vision

​Urgent eye care does require prompt treatment to prevent any vision loss. This does require prompt treatment. If you feel you have an emergency please contact us immediately and we can advise you on which steps to take. If we are unable to assist you please contact or visit the nearest emergency room.

JOHN SCHROLUCKE, O.D.                                                                      

Family Eyecare For Over 30 Years