About us


First in Sight specializes in offering many services to their patients. We have the expertise and resources to provide everything from primary eye care to care for eye trauma and disease.


Primary eye care includes a thorough comprehensive vision and eye health examination. These tests are designed to detect a wide range of problems affecting visual function, such as blurred vision, eye strain, and difficulty with the eyes working together. The health evaluation is used to rule out the presence of many eye diseases including dry eye, cataract, glaucoma, macular degeneration, vascular blood flow problems, and the general “aging” or atrophy (“wearing out”) of any ocular structures.

A number of examination techniques are utilized to document the health status of all structures of the globe, using magnification, to the innermost posterior, or back of the eyeball, that only a trained professional with special lenses and instrumentation can see. Often, significant problems can be detected even before they advance enough to affect the vision. It is for this reason that the American Optometric Association recommends eye exams every two years for most patients.


We specialize in fitting contact lenses for all types of patients, including those patients with difficult prescriptions like astigmatism, bifocal needs, and hard gas permeables or those patients with special eye help needs like dry eyes and keratoconus (warped corneas). We have over 20 years of fitting experience, and we utilize more than ten different contact lens manufacturers in developing our fitting “models”. Why so many? Because, again, the fact is that one size does not fit all. The prescription strength and visual task to perform must compliment the patients need for comfort, wearing schedule, safety and convenience. Contact lenses are more dynamic than glasses; they are considered a controlled medical device because of the greater potential for harm to the eyes from a poorly fitted lens.


We are fully equipped to treat many of the red and painful eye conditions that popped up out of the blue. These include the eye infections and I information that occurred for multiple reasons like bacteria, viruses allergies, contact lenses, and eye injuries. We develop the treatment plan needed to improve the condition whether it’s a short-term course of antibiotics, or a longer treatment plan needed for many of the more chronic conditions that we see on a routine basis. We educate patients as to any lifestyle changes that can often help to prevent the recurrence of many acute conditions that we treat.


The eyes are truly our windows to the world. They change light rays into impulses that the brain uses to allow the body to interact with its environment. A child learning new information interacts with their surroundings on a number of different visual levels. Distance vision for the school blackboard, near vision for reading, and hand-eye coordination for writing/drawing are all critical tasks in the learning process. Vision problems can exist in one of these areas and be masked by the normal performance of the others. Most important is the fact that those children do not know what “Normal” vision really is and, if they have a problem, will often subconsciously developed compensating mannerisms like squinting, tilting their head, giving up early on the task, or using their finger to hold their line when reading. Often, such physical manifestation is the primary indicator that a patient or teacher is able to observed that initiates the suspicion that a visual problem might exist.

Our eye exams pay particular attention to the objective measurements that are available, independent of the childs responses, and adjusted techniques used during the subjective portion of the exam in order to accurately interpret how child interacts with various visual tasks. We are very conservative when it comes to prescribing corrective lenses for the first time and really want to make sure that we are problem-solving and that the child will truly benefit from having them available. The American Optometric Association recommends that a child get their first full eye exam between the ages of two and four, and even sooner if the parents suspect any problems potentially associated with eye alignment or are observing any potentially indicative compensating mannerisms.

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