Caring for You
The Eye Care Center is one of the most complete eye care facilities in the Finger Lakes region. Experienced doctors take care of your annual exams and check for medical problems. The dedicated staff will come to know you and welcome you each time you walk in the door. Did you know that you can have your glasses made at all our locations? You’ll find that contact lenses are available through the online portal for less than you would pay through a mail order service. Simply click on "Order Your Contacts" on this website.
Throughout the medical community, the physicians are known for introducing newer, safer techniques and investing in continuing education for our staff. Most laser vision correction surgeries and lid surgeries are now performed right in the Canandaigua office.
Urgent problems are always seen promptly. The ophthalmologist-on-call provides established patients with emergency service, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including weekends and holidays. Call 585-394-2020.
Cataract surgery is extremely safe and effective, and is often completed in less than an hour. It is one of the most successful medical procedures performed.
Cornea surgery is a safe and effective way to improve vision. Many of those who have received cornea transplants report quick improvement in their vision and a lower risk of complications.
Hoping to improve your look without undergoing extensive surgery? Looking to reduce the wrinkles on your face? Cosmetic services provide an effective, non-surgical option for individuals looking to maintain a youthful complexion and refine their features.
Dry Eye Treatments
Nearly everyone experiences a gritty, uncomfortable feeling when their eyes become too dry. This is a common disorder that occurs when your eyes don’t produce enough tears. For some people, dry eye is more than a temporary annoyance. It is an ongoing problem called “ocular surface disease” that requires frequent attention. There are many options to help, including artificial tears, heat pads, and medicated eye drops. Additional treatments are explained here.
Eye Lid Surgery
Eyelid surgery, is a safe procedure to help make your eyes look more open, rested, and youthful. Click to this page for more information.
Eye exams are essential for maintaining optimal eye care and health. They detect any potential vision problems such as near- and farsightedness, astigmatism, glaucoma, cataracts, and other eye conditions.
There are a number of effective solutions for treating glaucoma.The goal is to prevent vision loss, as that is irreversible. Depending on your needs, your glaucoma can be treated with eye drops, laser surgery, traditional surgery, MIGS (minimally invasive glaucoma surgery), or a combination of these methods. Click to this page for more information.
Laser Vision Correction (LASIK)
Lasik is a minimally invasive laser eye surgery technique used to treat nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. It addresses common refractive errors by freeing patients from dependency on corrective eyewear. If you suffer from blurry vision (or you are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism), you may be able to achieve clearer sight with Laser Vision Correction. For details, visit this page.
The new office-based surgical suite is available for cataract surgery, eyelid surgery, and LASIK. More information is available here.
Choosing your eyeglasses and contact lenses is easier with a licensed expert to help you. After you have your eyes examined at The Eye Care Center, all non-packaged frames and lenses are at a 20% discount to you. You can select from a variety of brands including: Kate Spade, Calvin Klein, Liz Claiborne, DKNY, and more. You'll also find traditional value styles, sunglasses, and children’s glasses. Most glasses come with free UV protection and a free one-year warranty.
At The Eye Care Center, we strive to make retina surgery a positive experience for our patients. The retina is the layer of cells lining the back wall inside your eye. This layer senses light and sends signals to your brain so you can see. For additional information, visit this page.