We look forward to the opportunity to serve your family’s eye care and optical needs. If you are looking for the best quality eye care with a personal touch, give us a call! Whether you need a routine eye exam, a new prescription for your glasses or contact lenses, or treatment for eye conditions like pink eye or dry eye, the optometrists at Premier Eye Center can help.
Are you looking for expert eye doctors who not only help you see the world clearly, but also provide complete eye exams, screening for eye disease, and providing any treatment needed? Look no further than Premier Eye Center.
All three of our offices have the most up to date technology to screen for eye diseases, and our doctors are highly trained in dealing with medical conditions and eye emergencies. We are committed to serving our community, and we see patients with eye emergencies whenever they occur – no appointment needed.
We have a special comprehensive eye exam for our patients who suffer from diabetes, and specialize in advanced care for managing glaucoma and various retinal problems.
While we care deeply about your eye health, we haven’t forgotten the importance of looking great with your eyewear! If you wear contact lenses, or are interested in trying them out, we have a large selection and our doctors are experts at fitting you with the pair that will suit your eyes and your lifestyle. If you have an eye condition that makes contact lenses difficult to wear, we specialize in specialty contact lenses for the hard-to-fit patient.
If it’s eyeglasses you are looking for, come in and browse our large selection of quality designer frames, including Tom Ford, Tiffany, Gucci and Ray Ban. One of our stylish frames is guaranteed to look great on every member of the family. And you won’t have to wait to show off your new style! Most eyeglass prescriptions are filled within an hour.
We’re your one-stop shop for your regular eye exam and all of your eyewear, and we have convenient hours six days a week, including easy parking at each of our three locations.
Kerataconus is an eye condition where the cornea becomes warped, harming vision. Mild cases can be treated with corrective lenses, and moderate cases can generally be treated using rigid or hybrid contact lenses that ensure the light is refracted properly. In severe cases, good vision is only possible with a corneal transplant. Contact us today to find out the best treatment plan for your eye health.
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Q&A with Dr. Bussa
Dr. Bussa Answers Your Eye Care Questions
What types of contact lenses are used to treat kerataconus?
There is no one contact lens that is best for every eye. The best contact is the one that fits, is comfortable, and corrects your vision. This contact lens could be soft or rigid, or a hybrid lens. Sometimes scleral lenses are the best choice. During a contact lens fitting for kerataconus, based on various factors that are unique to your eyes, I will be able to determine which lens will be best for you based on my experience fitting many eyes with a similar condition.