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At Eyes on Henry, your ocular health is our top priority. Our Spartanburg optometry team includes three optometrists with more than 60 years of combined eye care experience, and we give every patient the one-on-one attention they deserve. From eye and vision exams to surgery co-management and vision therapy, our optical services are designed to meet your eye’s unique needs.
Whether or not your vision has changed recently, it’s important to schedule eye exams with a Spartanburg optometrist at least once a year. Our diagnostic techniques include eye function testing, vision tests for visual acuity at multiple distances, eye muscle tests, refractive error measurements, and more.
If you rely on corrective eyeglasses, come to Eyes on Henry for your vision exam and custom eyewear needs. Our optometrists will determine your precise refractive error, and our optical shop will customize prescription lenses to fit the frames of your choice. We also offer custom sunglasses to reduce eye strain and protect your eyes from UV rays.
Prescription contact lenses require additional tests, because they come into direct contact with your eyes. Your contacts must be the right shape, size, prescription, and type for your particular eyes and lifestyle. If you have dry eyes or hard to fit contacts, our Spartanburg eye doctors can prescribe specialty contacts specific to your needs.
If you’re interested in LASIK vision correction surgery, your optometrist at Eyes on Henry will refer you to a Spartanburg eye surgeon who specializes in LASIK. After LASIK, we offer follow-up eye care and help track your progress for months to come.
If your optometrist finds signs of glaucoma, we will start medicated eye drops as early as possible, to help reduce pressure and prevent vision loss. If glaucoma continues to progress, you may need a referral to a Spartanburg eye surgeon. After your surgery, come back to Eyes on Henry for co-management and recovery.
We do our best to prevent and treat cataracts, but if we must refer you to an eye surgeon for cataract surgery, we will be there afterward to help minimize complication risks and keep track of your progress.
Many patients have irregular corneal curvature, which causes blurry, distorted images. We offer multiple treatment options for astigmatism, including specialty contact lenses that arch over your eyes and prescription eyeglasses with special cylindrical lenses.
If you spend too much time staring at a screen, you may notice computer vision syndrome symptoms such as dry eyes, red eyes, blurry vision, and headaches. Our eye doctors help patients overcome these symptoms and correct their habits to prevent further discomfort.
OCT is an innovative optical technology that uses light waves to give us a better look at the layers within your eye’s interior. It’s much faster and more convenient than dilation tests, and it allows your eye doctor to diagnose or rule out glaucoma, macular degeneration, and other eye diseases.
At Eyes on Henry, we customize all our ocular services to meet your unique needs. If you have a vision problem or eye condition, schedule an eye exam right away. Call 864-585-0208 to make an appointment with our experienced Spartanburg optometrists today.