2000 Empire Blvd Bldg.2 Suite 200 Webster, NY 14580
585.671.0860

SERVICESPROVIDED

At Family Eyecare Associates our sole purpose is to provide quality eyecare for the whole family at the current standard of care. Our services include:

Comprehensive eye exams from children to seniors that include an assessment for the eye glass prescription as well as a complete health evaluation of the eyes.
Contact lens evaluations for new and existing wearers of both soft and gas permeable contact lenses. We routinely fit patients in toric lenses for astigmatism and bifocal contacts to correct distance and near.
Routine care to diagnoses and monitor eye diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration and dry eye syndrome. We also see patients for their mandatory diabetes and plaquenil eye screenings.

Emergency eye exams for patients experiencing symptoms like sudden eye pain, signs of eye infection, and flashing lights or floaters in vision. Eyecare professional are better trained to treat these conditions. All emergencies are seen the same day, and after hours emergency care is also available to our patients.
  • The Optical Coherence Tomography Machine is a tool useful in the diagnosis and monitoring of retinal issues and optic neuropathies. An O.C.T. scan is capable of detecting early signs of glaucoma, macular degeneration, and various diseases of the eye.

  • Visual Field Machines are run to monitor or detect loss in central and peripheral vision, which could be indicative of different medical conditions (glaucoma, neurological issues, stroke.) Tests are also run to determine whether eyelid surgery would improve the quality of a patient's vision.

  • The Autorefractor is used at a new patient eye exam, new contact lens fit visit, or during post operative care for after cataract surgery patients. It provides an objective measurement of the patient's prescription for glasses and/or to fit contact lenses.

  • The Retinal Camera takes photographs of the interior surface of a patient's eye. These photos assist in monitoring any changes to the macula, optic disc, and/or retina caused by diabetes, glaucoma, or macular degeneration.