At EyeCare for You, we are excited to provide a wide variety of eye care services for you and your entire family. This goes well beyond comprehensive eye exams. Annual exams are an excellent way to maintain your vision and ocular health. Sometimes after these exams, a follow-up appointment is needed, especially when if there is any suspected ocular disease. Dr. Foster is expertly trained to diagnose and manage ocular diseases, such as diabetes, macular degeneration, and glaucoma.
If surgery or highly specialized eye care is needed, Dr. Foster can refer you to a trusted ophthalmologist in the area.
Below is a list of the main eye care services that we provide:
The cornerstone of all eye care, annual eye exams provide Dr. Foster with necessary information concerning the current health of your eyes. These exams also provide the opportunity to address any concerns you may have with your vision, glasses, or contact lenses. We are highly trained and equipped to diagnose, treat, and manage ocular diseases, including diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, pink eye, and more. When in doubt, have it checked out.
We are very fortunate and excited to offer the iWellness Exam at EyeCare for You. This exam has been dubbed the, “Save Your Sight Exam” as it utilizes a state-of-the-art imaging technology to scan the layers of your eye to search for any signs of ocular disease. With our Direct Care system, this service is now included with ALL annual eye exams.
Contact lenses need to be fitted just right to provide optimal comfort and clarity. Uncomfortable lenses can cause irritation and eye strain. Ultimately, an improperly fitted contact could lead to infections and long-term vision loss. For these reasons, we also evaluate your corneal health during this annual contact lens fitting. Dr. Foster enjoys problem-solving contact lens issues and working closely with her patients during specialty fits.
As a mother, Dr. Foster has a special place in her heart for kids and their visual health! It is important for children to have annual eye exams to help diagnose and treat any eye problems that they might not be aware of or able to fully explain to adults. We advise that children have their first eye exam by age 3. Having clear vision is also a key to success in the classroom!
Get something in your eye and it won’t come out? Eye emergencies can happen at any time. We offer 24/7 eye emergency services and can save you the cost going to an Urgent Care or Emergency Room. If you are having a true medical emergency, please dial 911 immediately.
Are you considering laser correction surgery? We offer services to help with both the before and after preparations and management of LASIK surgery. We can also provide information about the surgery and give recommendations on trusted ophthalmologists in the area.
Low vision is a term used to describe decreased vision that eyeglasses, contact lenses, or surgery cannot fully correct. This is often related to ocular disease and inherited family conditions. Dr. Kara has specialized training in Low Vision, including working at the world-renown, Perkins School for the Blind.