At Silver Falls Eyecare, P.C., we are pleased to offer a wide range of optometry services for our community! Our experienced optometrists can provide you with thorough eye evaluations, determine if you need corrective lenses and your exact prescription strength, fit you with the appropriate specialty eyewear, and help you pick out the most flattering pair of glasses for your face shape and skin tone.

Our new patient appointments always begin with a comprehensive eye exam. If you are unsure of your family’s eye health history, it’s helpful to research beforehand, so we can better evaluate your own eye health. If you have never had a comprehensive exam, don’t worry! All the tests and exercises are simple and painless.


The Silver Falls Eyecare, P.C. comprehensive eye exam provides a thorough evaluation of the visual system. Using state-of-the-art technology, our experienced doctors carefully examine not only your eye health but how the eyes and brain work together to enable you to perform work and leisure activities.

All too often, people will avoid seeing an optometrist for an eye exam because their eyes seem to be working “just fine.”

By the time an individual first notices that something might be wrong, most eye health problems have already reached a serious stage. Therefore, any further delay can cause additional damage to the eyes.

Many parents will rely solely upon a school eye exam that consists merely of a simple 20/20 test to determine their child’s eye health. While better than nothing, these school eye tests measure only one aspect of the vision system. A child may suffer from a vision related problem but pass a 20/20 exam without a sign of a problem. This can often lead to the child experiencing learning difficulties and other serious troubles.

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Key Benefits of the Silver Falls Eyecare, P.C. comprehensive eye exam:

  • Glaucoma testing
  • Cataract testing
  • Retinal health evaluation
  • Refraction (lens testing) for spectacles and contact lenses
  • Computerized visual field testing
  • Evaluation of visual function:
    • Eye movement testing (tracking)
    • Eye coordination testing
    • Stereopsis (depth perception)
    • Peripheral vision
    • Color vision
    • Accommodative (focusing) flexibility
    • Visual Perception
  • Optomap

Optomap is a quick and efficient way of monitoring your eye health for early signs of disease before you notice any symptoms. Most patients will be able to bypass routine dilation. The Optomap also allows the doctors to keep a digital photo of your eyes each year and may be used as a comparison in the future.

Getting an Optomap image is quick and painless. It’s like taking a picture of the back of your eye. Nothing touches your eye making it easy for patients of any age. To have an image taken, you simply look into the device one eye at a time (like looking through a keyhole) and you will see a comfortable flash of light to let you know the image of your retina has been taken. The picture is taken in less than a second and the doctor can show you the image during your exam.

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Vision Therapy

Optometric vision therapy is a treatment plan used to correct or improve specific dysfunctions of the vision system. It includes, but is not limited to, the treatment of strabismus, other dysfunctions of binocularity, amblyopia, accommodation, ocular motor function and visual-perception-motor abilities.

Optometric vision therapy is based upon a medically necessary plan of treatment which is designed to improve specific vision dysfunctions determined by standardized diagnostic criteria. Treatment plans encompass materials, modalities and equipment.

Young boy with glasses smiling

Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation

Neuro-optometric rehabilitation is an individualized treatment regimen for patients with visual deficits as a direct result of physical disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, and other neurological insults. Neuro-optometric therapy is a process for the rehabilitation of visual/ perceptual/ motor disorders. It includes, but is not limited to, acquired strabismus, diplopia, binocular dysfunction, convergence and/or accommodation parses/paralysis, oculomotor dysfunction, visual-spatial dysfunction, visual perceptual and cognitive deficits, and traumatic visual acuity loss.

Patients of all ages who have experienced neurological insults require neuro-optometric rehabilitation. Visual problems cause by traumatic brain injury, cerebrovascular accident, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, etc., may interfere with performance causes the person to be identified as learning disabled or as having attention deficit disorder. These visual dysfunctions can manifest themselves as psychological sequela such as anxiety and panic disorders as well as spatial dysfunctions affecting balance and posture.

A neuro-optometric rehabilitation treatment plan improves specific acquires vision dysfunction determined by standardized diagnostic criteria. Treatment regimens encompass medically necessary non-compensatory lenses and prisms with and without occlusion and other appropriate medical rehabilitation strategies.

Dry Eyes

In a healthy eye, tears are responsible for the perfectly smooth ocular surface which allows clear vision. Tears also clean and lubricate the eye. Every time we blink, a fresh layer of tears, called the Tear film, spreads over the eye. The Tear film is important for keeping the eye moist and comfortable. Sometimes, the eye may stop producing enough tears or tears evaporate too quickly. This common, often chronic condition is referred to as dry eye syndrome or ocular surface disease (OSD).