Optometrist in Danville
If you are looking for an optometry practice that offers complete eye care, then you will want to visit us at Visual Expressions Optometry. Our top-notch optometrist in Danville, Dr. Selin Khayatan, can provide you with comprehensive eye exams, contact lens exams and fittings, and glaucoma management, as well as other eye care services.
It is very important that you have periodic eye exams to make sure that your eyes are remaining healthy. Glaucoma is a serious eye disease which often shows no symptoms in the early stages. However, it is during this early time that it is important that glaucoma is diagnosed and treated. When caught early, glaucoma can be easily treated with medicated eye drops, and permanent vision loss can be prevented. However, if a patient does not come in for a periodic eye exam with our optometrist in Danville, they will not learn that they have glaucoma until they experience vision problems. At this point, they will most likely need to have advanced eye care, which most likely will not be able to restore vision that has been lost. In fact, most eye care for glaucoma currently has to do with making sure that the glaucoma does not advance; vision lost to glaucoma cannot be restored. If a patient has glaucoma, it can usually be treated with medicated eye drops, when found in the early stages. Our eye doctor can also provide you with periodic glaucoma management exams, to make sure that the glaucoma is not worsening. Glaucoma is a collective term for different types of eye diseases all of which affect the optic nerve. The most common type of glaucoma is primary open-angle glaucoma; it has no obvious signs or symptoms in the early stages. Our eye doctor will screen for glaucoma by measuring your intraocular pressure during your comprehensive eye exam.
For an appointment to see our optometrist in Danville, contact us today.
Danville Contact Lenses
Many people are giving up their eyeglasses for contact lenses or at least using contacts the majority of the time. Danville contact lenses have changed the way people see the world and the way the world sees them. Whether for comfort reasons or appearance sake contact lenses are the vision correction method of choice for a growing number of patients. At Visual Expressions Optometry our practice offers many different types of contact lenses from the highest quality manufacturers that can easily be integrated into almost any lifestyle but the most important part of out contact lens practice is the custom fit.
Danville contact lenses start with a comprehensive eye examination by one of our doctors. During this examination our doctor will use our state-of-the-art technology to measure the visual acuity of your eyes and prescribe any necessary vision corrections as well as examine the structure of your eyes for any abnormalities and to detect and diagnose any current or developing eye disease. In addition to prescribing the necessary vision correction for those interested in contact lenses our doctor will custom fit the lenses by measuring the width of the cornea and take several other measurements to determine which lens is best for an individual patient.
There are several Danville contact lenses available that most patients can choose from based on their own lifestyle preferences. The most popular lenses are soft contact lenses, which are easy to wear and get used to when first starting to use them. Advances in lens technology now make it possible for almost everyone to wear soft lenses even patients with astigmatism or those who need bi-focal or multi-focal corrections. Our optical shop offers several types of soft lenses including daily wear lenses that can be worn up to 18 hours before they have to be taken out for cleaning. Extended wear lenses can be worn for a longer period of time, including overnight before cleaning. Disposable soft lenses are worn once and then discarded. Our practice also has color-changing lenses in both prescription and non-prescription forms that change the color of the wearer’s eyes. If you ever wanted blue eyes or green eyes you can now have them whenever you want. Gas permeable lenses, so-called hard lenses, are also available. These lenses are harder to get used to but offer superior visual clarity, especially for those patients who suffer from severe nearsightedness or farsightedness or astigmatism. Come into our office and let one of our doctors examine your eyes and see if contact lenses are right for you.
Visual Expressions Optometry
3580 Blackhawk Plaza Circle
Danville, CA 94506