Dr. Beattie and Dr. Houle will make your refraction - the part of the exam where you are given options "one" and "two" - as stressless as possible while determining your glasses prescription. The wrong prescription can cause headaches, eyestrain, or general discomfort. Get the right prescription with a comprehensive eye exam with Dr. Beattie or Dr. Houle at Eyes on Bismarck.
The assessment of your eye health is always part of a comprehensive eye exam at Eyes on Bismarck. Your exam will include screenings for cataracts, dry eyes, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. At Eyes on Bismarck, our "glaucoma test" is done without an air puff or eye drops to increase patient comfort. We utilize some of the latest technology (link) in optometry to assess and monitor your eye health.
Comprehensive eye exams at our Bismarck, ND location typically take 30-45 minutes. Call 701- 255-7894 now to set up your exam with Dr. Brian Beattie or Dr. Mike Houle. If you're a new patient, please bring a list of all current medications and your current eyeglass and contact lens prescription information, if possible.
Are you interested in LASIK corrective eye surgery? Dr. Beattie and Dr. Houle can perform a comprehensive eye exam to determine whether LASIK surgery is an option for your vision correction.
After LASIK surgery with an ophthalmologist, you can continue your eye care with Dr. Beattie or Dr. Houle. They will ensure that you are satisfied with your vision and correspond with your ophthalmologist regarding any of your concerns.
Optos: a wide-angle, high-resolution photograph of the retina (inside back of the eye)
Optical coherence tomography (OCT): scans the eye to create cross-sectional images
Corneal topography: creates a detailed map illustrating the shape of the cornea