Nothing impacts your quality of life more than your vision.
Our eyes bring us the best this world has to offer. After all, how can you “take in the sights” without them?
At The Eye Care Team, we’ve been caring for families from all over the Lilac City. Our comprehensive eye exam is our primary method of screening for eye disease, vision problems, and keeping up on your eye health in general.
Did you know that an hour a year is all it takes to enjoy the world’s best eye care?
During those 60 minutes (or less) we will assess your eye’s internal structures, use sophisticated and powerful technologies to scan every nanometer of your eye for any sign of disease, check (and verify) your corrective lens prescription, and answer any questions you may have.
When was your last appointment? If it was more than a year ago, we encourage you to book your next appointment.
We are one of the best-equipped optometry practices in Spokane, and we use our equipment to perform to dive into your eye health at every exam. The best part? This unrivaled depth and accuracy doesn’t require more time or invasive tests!
During every eye exam we use: (the visual field and OCT are not done on every exam. Only on those that show signs of risk. And the camera is only performed on those who opt for the $10 additional charge)
Ocular coherence tomography (OCT) is an incredibly detailed process that images the eye (specifically, the retina, macula, and optic nerve). Using the HD-OCT we can see signs of glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and diabetic eye disease when those diseases are just beginning to form (early treatment greatly improves the result).
It’s amazing the insights that a high-res photo of the inner-eye can provide. We’ll show you yours at your next eye exam.
Please arrive to your first appointment 10 minutes early so we can input all your medical details, collect insurance information, and complete other first-time administrative functions.
Before meeting with an eye doctor, our eye care staff will perform a series of preliminary tests. These tests will assess your eye function, visual field, and approximate your correct lens prescription (if one is required).
We understand that a visit to the doctor can sometimes cause anxiety. Don’t be nervous- be assured that our eye exams are as comfortable as can be! The entire process is non-invasive, meaning that you won’t be poked or prodded by anything, and you certainly won’t be subjected to any tests that cause pain or discomfort.
After the preliminary tests are completed, you will meet with one of our two optometrists: Dr. Dan Evans and Dr. Rick Kellogg.