Your Next Comprehensive Eye Exam
If you are a prospective new patient, please know that our clinic's highest and best calling is serving patients with the eye disease, keratoconus. Most with keratoconus need specialty medical contact lenses to function.
Because we are capacity constrained, if you do not have keratoconus or have risk factors for keratoconus, please consider scheduling a routine eye examination elsewhere. There are many excellent traditional optometric clinics in San Diego.
ReVision Optometry is the first eye care practice in San Diego County to include the advanced diagnostic technologies – digital retinal imaging, optical coherence tomography (OCT), and an automated refraction system – as part of every comprehensive eye examination. Our philosophy is to treat our patients as if they are friends and family, placing their interests first and foremost. To this end, our investment in technology provides you and your family with a high level of eye care along with peace of mind.
A special camera allows the capture of high-resolution photographs of the retina, the light-sensitive lining inside the eye. The images enable the doctor to diagnose subtle diseases of the eye that can threaten your vision. These images become part of your exam record, available for future comparison.
Like an ultrasound, but using light waves instead of sound, an OCT of the retina non-invasively images the layers of the retina to help detect early macular degeneration and glaucoma.
Our sophisticated method for determining your eyeglass prescription integrates the electronic measurement of any old glasses (auto-lensometry) with an objective measurement of your eye focusing (autorefraction), a subjective analysis of your eye focusing (subjective refraction) and correlates all these readings to your vision on a digital eye chart. The result is an accurate eyeglass prescription for clear, comfortable vision.