Urban Eyes Vision Care, P.C., we offer you a complete eye examination,
diagnosis and treatment of eye disease, and if interested, information
about corrective eye surgery. Your eyes will most likely be dilated and
the entire examination should be completed in approximately 45 minutes.
Our complete eye exam includes:
- Refraction-determination of prescription you
- Dilation-to view internal health of the eye for
eye diseases such as macular degeneration, cataracts and glaucoma
- Color vision test if needed
- Depth perception / Binocular vision testing
- General eye health assessment
- Glaucoma test
- Visual Field Test-make sure peripheral vision
- Corrective surgery consultation if interested
- Treatment plan if needed
- Referral if needed
stock many brands of trial contacts here to help make your fit as
efficient as possible. Many new advancements come out every year with
contact lens fittings and Dr. Patel enjoys fitting what is best for
your prescription and eye health whether it is a simple soft disposable
to a rigid bitoric for astigmatism.
Our complete contact lens exam includes the above
plus the following:
- Measurement of curvature of cornea
- A pair of contact lens trials
- Teaching of insertion and removal of contact
lenses for new contact lens wearers
- Follow-up appointments to make sure contacts
are comfortable and vision is good
- Determine which contact lenses would be best
suited for you depending on your visual needs and lifestyle
you purchase a pair of eyeglasses from us, we can assure you that we
are offering you the best quality available from the frame you choose
to the type of lenses you receive. At our office you will get
individualized attention in picking out a frame that meets your needs
based on your facial features, prescription and your style while not
compromising function. Our frames range from stainless steel to
titanium to colorful plastics! We use a local lab that grinds all of
our lenses and because of this, we have a quick turnaround to get your
glasses back. Our lab has the technology to surface any kind of lens
including prescription wrapped sunglasses. In this technological age,
there are many options that you can choose from. Here are some options
you should know about to make sure your glasses turn out the way you
want and have the best vision out of them:
- Anti-reflective coating:
We only offer the best anti-reflective coatings out there to help with
night glare from incoming traffic and glare from the computer screen.
AR lenses are also cosmetically desirable because they decrease the
glare that others notice in your glasses. These lenses not only help
you see better but look better too!
- High index lenses:
For those who have a high prescription and would like a thinner lens
with less distortion and better “edge to edge” viewing.
Used because it is an impact resistant lens, great for children under
18 and for active adults who are rough with their eyeglasses. Please be
advised that polycarbonate is the most impact resistant lens on the
market and our preferred choice for eye protection.
- Transition lenses:
For those who want the convenience of a “2 in 1” lens.
These lenses turn dark outside with exposure to light to provide sun
protection and change back to clear once inside!
- Progressive lenses:
For people who need a bifocal but do not want a visible line. These
lenses give you a range of prescriptions to smooth your transition from
distance to near. The biggest functional benefit of progressives is the
ability to have distance, intermediate (computer), and near vision all
in one pair of glasses.
- Polarized sunglass lenses:
Used to decrease surface glare from the sun, water and driving to
create clearer vision for joggers, skiers, golfers, bikers and even
people who may be sensitive to the sun or for post cataract patients.