• Insurances Accepted at 20/20 Eyecare

    Tricare Network Provider Vision Service Plan (VSP)
    EyeMed Medicare and Medicaid
    Blue Cross/Blue Shield United Healthcare
    Optum Health Aetna
    Cigna And More...
  • Eyecare Services Provided

    Physical Eye Health Exam Refraction
    Dry Eye Treatment Diabetic Eye Exam
    Pre/Post Op Laser Surgery Cataract Evaluation
    Glaucoma Exam Eye Infections
    Ocular Allergies

Eyecare Services


We provide thorough eye exams using the latest technology, but we also take the time to listen to your needs and explain your options. Routine eye exams include:
Physical eye health exam. The external and internal parts of the eyes are examined using special instruments like a slit lamp biomicroscope and/or binocular indirect ophthalmoscope and special focusing lenses, Your pupils may be dilated with eye drops for some of these tests.

Refraction. This test determines your eyeglass prescription and aids in determining your contact lens prescription. We perform precise measurements in several different ways to determine the lens formula that will work best for you. Instruments used include a computerized autorefractor, phoropter, and retinoscope, however, an important part of prescribing lenses is for the doctor to understand how you use your eyes at work and for leisure.

Binocular vision testing. We test your eye coordination to be sure your vision is comfortable and that your eyes work well together. This includes an analysis of the eye muscles used for movement, focusing, and depth perception. If you have a problem with binocularity, your doctor may correct it with prescription glasses or vision therapy.

Tonometry. This is one of several risk factors for glaucoma that we evaluate. It is a measure of the fluid pressure inside the eye. We offer several ways to do this test: 1) a new generation of air puff test that is very gentle and quiet, 2) Goldmann tonometry, which is a device with a blue light that shines at the eye, or 3) a tonopen which is a gentle probe that touches the cornea for a moment ( after anesthetic eye drops are instilled ).

Cataract Evaluation. Cataracts are the clouding of the lens that is inside our eyes. The lens helps us focus on objects that are close to us.

We see eye emergencies every day. Symptoms of emergencies include eye pain, redness, discharge, sudden loss of vision, flashes and floaters, embedded foreign particles, or other injuries. If you ever have unusual symptoms like these, just call our office and we will see you the same day. We diagnose and treat eye infections, abrasions, chemical burns, foreign bodies, eyelid lumps, corneal ulcers, glaucoma, allergies, inflammatory disease, and many other eye problems.

Our optometrists are trained and licensed to diagnose and treat diseases of the eye. We prescribe topical and oral medications for infections, inflammations, pain, dry eyes, glaucoma and allergies. We also work with top specialists and surgeons in the area to make referrals and co-manage when indicated.

Common eye diseases we diagnose, manage and treat:

  • Conjunctivitis
  • Uveitis
  • Keratitis
  • Chalazion/Hordeolum
  • Blepharitis
  • Macular degeneration
  • Glaucoma
  • Cataract
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Retinal detachment
  • Vitreous detachment

Contact lens. Tremendous advancements have been made in contact lens fittings and lens materials in the past few years. The result is that contacts are easier than ever to wear. 20/20 EYECARE is so committed to providing the latest contact lens technology that our doctors serve as clinical investigators for major manufacturers, and we conduct research studies on lenses seeking FDA approval. This gives us a unique experience in fitting the newest contact lenses.

We maintain a huge inventory of contact lenses. Our doctors are trained in every design and type, including:
Toric for astigmatism
Multifocal for presbyopia
Daily disposables
New silicone hydrogel polymers that resist dry eye symptoms
Cosmetic color contact lenses
Extremely high prescriptions
Rigid gas permeable lenses in all designs
Post surgical problem cases
Contact lenses for keratoconus

We want to be your contact lens source so we have lowered prices on all brands of contacts! We are now priced less than the largest online contact lens vendor! We keep our prices for contact lens products as low as possible so we are competitive with the major online retailers. We also now offer an additional 10% instant rebate if you buy a full year’s supply of contacts, and we offer big rebates from the contact lens manufacturers that are only available through private doctors. You can order your contacts online from us and have them shipped directly to you ( free shipping with an annual supply purchase ).