“I had a wonderful experience at Colonial Eyecare. The optometrist, Dr. Segeleon, is very smart and experienced, and Shelby, his technician, was also excellent.”
“As always, Dr. Segeleon makes the extra effort to insure that I have the best fitting contacts. He took the time to follow up and even tweak my prescription when I wasn’t completely satisfied.”
Our mission at Colonial Eye Care is to provide the ultimate eye care experience, by offering premier eye care for the entire family. We stand behind the quality of our products and treatments, utilizing the most comprehensive, state-of-the art technology for the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of eye disease. Always attending to the best interests of our patients, service will be accurate, compassionate, and efficient. Our goal is that the patients are completely satisfied with our services and understanding their visual health.
A comprehensive eye exam takes into consideration your total health and how it impacts the health of your eyes. One of our professional technicians will ask you questions regarding your ocular, medical and family history. It is important for us to know the status of your health because many systemic diseases have associated eye problems. Illnesses that may be discovered early on through signs in your eyes include high blood pressure, diabetes, and even heart disease.
“Low Vision” is the term that applies to people whose vision is reduced as a result of an eye disease such as Age Related Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy, Glaucoma, Stargardt’s Disease, Albinism, and Retinitis Pigmentosa. Dr. Segeleon will strive to help visually impaired patients maintain independence by addressing specific visual problems and goals with the help of specialized devices.
Pediatric eye exams are different from adult’s eye exams because the testing is much more objective. There is also an emphasis on binocularity, or how the eyes work together. This is because children are either in school where efficient visual skills are crucial for learning and achievement or at an age before school where the growth and establishment of vision is essential. An estimated 80% of information taken in is visual, which makes the vision a huge factor for success. If there are visual skills that are lacking and preventing a child from performing to his or her potential, vision therapy is a service that is offered to work individually with patients to improve these skills needed for learning and life.
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