If you are looking for an expert optometrist who can provide you and your family with comprehensive eye care services, then you will definitely want to come and visit us at Allen Eye Associates. At our optometry practice, you will be able to be seen by one of our top-notch eye doctors for a complete eye exam or for a contact lens exam and fitting. Our four expert and highly trained optometrists are: Dr. Matthew C. Allen; Dr. John J. Costello, Sr.; Dr. Jennifer M. Cummings; and Dr. Amy Wardell. When you want to see our Oneida eye specialist, all you will need to do is contact our office for an appointment.
At our practice, we offer many different types of eye care services. Since there are many eye diseases which show no symptoms in the early stages, it is very important to have eye exams on a regularly scheduled basis. This way our eye doctor will be able to determine whether or not you have an eye disease, and if so, treat it while it is still in the early stages. Glaucoma is one such eye disease which when caught in the early stages can be easily treated with medicated eye drops. However, if glaucoma is allowed to proceed undiagnosed, our patient can go on to suffer permanent damage to the optic nerve, which cannot be corrected. Our Oneida eye specialist will screen your eyes for many different eye diseases whether you are getting a comprehensive eye exam or a contact lens exam and fitting. In either case, you will also have the visual acuity of your eyes tested. If you are having a contact lens exam and fitting, our eye doctor will also take several measurements of your eyes, and let you know which type of contact lenses will work best for you.
Our Oneida eye specialist will also be able to help you when you come to our office with red eye, dry eyes, or other eye problems. If you have diabetes, you will be able to come to our eye care practice for a diabetic eye exam. With the use of dilated eye drops, the back of your eye will be able to completely be examined, by our eye doctor, to make sure that your retina and the surrounding blood vessels are all healthy. Having high blood sugar can contribute to diabetic retinopathy, a serious eye disease that people with diabetes are at risk for developing. If you would like to meet with one of our eye doctors, contact us an appointment.