Exceptional Eye Care is so much more than a quick prescription change to your glasses or a yearly renewal of your contact lenses. Your eyes are one of the most important organs in your body and you only get the one set for life. Dr. Herkert does do prescription glasses and contact lenses, but he also performs special testing and exams that can detect signs of disease or abnormalities early, while they are still easy to treat.
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A comprehensive eye exam includes testing that help us determine the health of your eye. We test the pressure of your eye, your peripheral vision, the health of your retina and determine your eye glass prescription. We detect and can treat glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy. Some of the we may do during your exam is digital retinal photography, a visual field, OCT screening and retinal thickness analysis. For more information, see the Services Article to the right.
Dry eye can present itself in a variety of ways, such as burning, itchy or tired eyes. It can also be problematic for contact lens wearers. Each symptom needs to be evaluated and treated appropriately to achieve the best and healthiest results. We have a variety of treatment options to help alleviate these symptoms.
Whether you are a long-time contact lens wearer or a first-time fit, we are confident that we can find the perfect contact lens for you. Dr. Herkert enjoys the challenge of a hard-to-fit contact lens wearer. We provide our patients with contacts made from premium materials to maintain good eye health and ideal wearing plans for your lifestyle! We have a variety of daily wear lenses, multifocal lenses (no more reading glasses), and colored contacts.
At Herkert Family Eye Care we are fortunate to have access to some of the newest technologies available on the market. In the office, we can perform preventative screenings as well as more in-depth testing to monitor a number of ocular diseases. We also co-manage with some of the best surgery centers in Indianapolis.
Yes, blue light is real. Protecting your eyes from the harmful frequencies of blue light that comes from backlit devices and fluorescent lights is important. We have the perfect solution no matter what your lifestyle and prescription requirements. Come in to discuss what will work best for you.