Our Optometry Services in Fairburn
At Jackson Eye in Fairburn, we know that every patient has unique needs. That's why we offer a vast range of eye care services. Whether you need a simple routine exam, an updated prescription, or a referral for a specialist, you'll find it all with our optometry team. If you need glasses, contacts, or prescription sunglasses, we can help you find the right pair for you.
Regular Vision and Eye Care
There are several optical tests that we commonly use. The first is a visual acuity test that determines how well someone can see near and far distances. A refraction test indicates if someone is myopic (nearsighted), hyperopic (farsighted), or astigmatic. We also test your depth perception and peripheral vision. As part of your comprehensive eye exam, our optometrist tests your color vision and perception. We also test your eye focusing ability. Identifying vision issues early on helps patients to better understand what visual limitations they may have. Understanding your limits allows you to work around them instead of letting them hold you back.
If it is determined that you need corrective lenses to have optimum eyesight, we will help you decide which glasses will work best with your face shape and what color frame goes with your skin, hair, and eye color at our optical shop. If you are both farsighted and nearsighted, you may benefit from bifocals or progressive lenses. We will go over all the different eyewear options we provide, so you can find the kind that best fits you. At Jackson Eye, we offer an array of styles, designer frames, and colors of eyeglasses for you to choose from to find one that best fits your lifestyle and preferences.
If you need lenses to see better but don't want glasses, contact lenses may be the right option. There are many different types of lenses available today to address your needs. These include extended wear, disposables, rigid gas-permeable, and soft daily wear lenses. We also offer scleral lenses for irregular cornea conditions. These specialty lenses vault entirely over the corneal condition and land on the eye's white part called the sclera. During your contact lens exam, we take precise measurements to make sure you leave with the size and strength lens that's right for you.
Visit Us for Quality Treatment from Our Eye Doctor in Fairburn
At Jackson Eye, we are dedicated to preserving and improving every patient's eyesight that walks through our doors. Visit our Fairburn location for the quality eye care you and your family need. We are all about providing patients with individual attention and personalized eye care to improve their health and well-being. Contact us today to see how we can help.