Complete Ocular Health Exam

Complete Ocular Health ExamAt Precision Family Eye Care, we firmly believe that a lifetime of healthy eyes is the result of routine ocular health examinations.  As a result, we strive to offer you and your family members of any age, an exam experience that is superior in every way.

State of the art technology for eye health

Experience and diagnostic skill of Dr. Wolf and Dr. Roberts

Thoroughness of our exams process

Precision of our prescriptions

Our genuine willingness to completely address all of your concerns and questions about your eyes.

We have crafted our Complete Ocular Health Exam to be a complete, comfortable, educational, and rewarding experience.

Medical History

As eye doctors, we can attest that eyes really are the window to the body.  Eyes can be affected by many, many systemic conditions like diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, autoimmune conditions, neurological problems, and genetic disorders, among many others. Additionally, many medications, even over the counter preparations, can affect the eyes as well. As your eye doctors, we must know about your general health and your medications, including non-prescription medications, prior to any exam or treatment. Please visit What to Know Before Your Exam to know exactly what information we will need to know before your visit.

Pretesting Stage

Prior to the doctor evaluation, some testing will be completed by a trained staff member. These tests included getting a baseline for your prescription, checking your side vision, assessing the curvature of the eye (an important tests for fitting contact lenses), as well as checking your eye pressure using new, patient friendly technology. Nobody likes the puff of air, including us!

We will also perform a iWellness Retinal Scan at NO CHARGE.  This technology can easily detect the earliest signs of Diabetic Eye Disease, Macular Degeneration, and Glaucoma BEFORE vision loss occurs.  Learn more about iWellness here!

Neurological Screening

Evaluating your eye movement and coordination as well as how your pupils work can tell us if the nerves and muscles controlling your eyes are working properly or require more investigation.


Both automated as well as patient directed methods are used to obtain the best glasses prescription for you.  We are also able to use this data to help with contact lens fitting and evaluation.

Ocular Health Assessment

Without question, this is the most important part of any eye exam. In this part of the exam, the doctor will use microscopes (often with the pupils dilated) to assess the health of both the inside and outside of the eye to detect any early ocular disease that requires treatment or further testing.

Consultation and Communication

All patients, parents, or guardians will be provided with a thorough explanation of the eye exam findings, their significance, any additional testing that is necessary, as well as treatment options. Your questions will be answered and the solutions to any difficulties will be reviewed. We recommend and encourage patients to ask many questions during this stage of the visit.  If you forget a question, please call us, our goal is to educate you about your eyes and we will be happy to speak with you and answer your questions.