Patients are our priority because at the Westfield Eye Center "The Patient Comes First".
When you come in for your appointment, you will be greeted by our friendly staff and assisted with the paperwork needed for your visit. One of our highly trained Technicians will begin your preliminary testing. When that is completed a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant will take over so you are fully prepared for your visit with the ophthalmologist.
We use state of the art equipment to make sure that our patients receive the highest quality of care. The Corneal Topography machine provides computerized color analysis of the cornea, which is invaluable in refractive surgery and treating other corneal conditions. Digital Flourescein Angiography provides almost instant results when used in diagnosing diabetic eye disease and macular degeneration. The Optic Coherent Tomography (OCT) permits detailed examination of the retina and optic nerve head, which facilitates diagnosis and management of retinal disease and glaucoma. We use the MARCO autorefractor for highly reliable and consistent refractions. All of these state of the art instruments aid the ophthalmologists at Westfield Eye Center in diagnosing and treating eye disease. Your visit may include tests on one or more of these machines.
A complete medical eye examination will include dilating (enlarging) the pupils, which will allow the doctor to view the back of the eye. This may cause temporary blurred vision (especially for reading) and sensitivity to bright light. Some patients experience difficulty in driving because of this. You may want to make arrangements accordingly.
If you have already scheduled your visit with us and would like to take care of some of your paperwork in advance, click here. You can create a login to the Patient Portal, where you'll be able to input your demographic information, medical history, and much more.
If you would like to schedule a visit with us, please call us at 702-362-3937 and we will be happy to set up your priority eye exam.