Eye Exams, Glasses and Contact Lens Fittings, and Medical Eye Care for the whole family.

Routine Comprehensive Eye Exams

To evaluate the health of your eyes and determine the prescription for your glasses

This exam is more than just your glasses prescription. We assess the overall health of your eyes as well as check for diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. Standard tests during your exam include:

  • Visual Acuity
  • Depth Perception
  • Refraction
  • Eye Pressure Test
  • Optic Nerve and Retina Assessment

Contact Lens Exams

To determine the power and lens material most suitable for your eyes

Contact lenses are available for many different types of prescriptions including astigmatism and multifocal lenses. This exam will assess your ability to safely wear contact lenses. Whether you are new to contacts or have been wearing them for years, a contact lens exam is required to place an order. We offer:

  • Daily, Two-Week, and Monthly Lenses
  • Color or Enhancing Lenses
  • Multifocal Lenses

Medical Eye Exams

When your eyes are less than healthy

These exams are for the treatment and management of eye diseases such as allergies, dry eyes, and infections. Medical eye exams also screen for eye diseases if you have certain systemic conditions. Systemic conditions that may require a medical eye exam are:

  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Thyroid conditions
  • Use of some medications such as Plaquenil

Pediatric Eye Care

Eye exams and vision care for your children

The American Optometric Association recommends a child’s first eye exam at 6 months of age. Unless otherwise recommended, their next exam should be scheduled at 3 years of age and again before first grade. A vision screening at school or the pediatrician’s office is not the same as a comprehensive eye exam. Even if your child passes a vision screening, a comprehensive eye exam is important to test the complete visual system.

Dr. Bodker and the staff of Blink Eyecare is trained and equipped to handle patients of any age. A pediatric eye exam may look significantly different from an adult eye exam. Dr. Bodker will assess eye health, alignment and if a prescription is necessary without asking, “Which is clearer, 1 or 2?”

Many children do not complain about their vision. It is important to bring asymptomatic children in for eye exams (at 6 months, 3 years, and before first grade), but also watch for signs of vision problems at home and school that may indicate an exam is needed sooner.

Signs that may indicate your child is having vision problems:.

  • Sitting too close to the TV
  • Holding a book or tablet too close
  • Squinting
  • Rubbing eyes or excessive blinking
  • Head tilt
  • Eye turn
  • Light sensitive
  • Short attention span during near tasks
  • Poor hand eye coordination
  • Avoiding near tasks (reading, coloring, hand held video games)


No-cost early detection of eye and vision problems in infants

Dr. Bodker is a participating optometrist of InfantSEE®, a no-cost public health program that provides professional eye care for infants. She will provide a one-time, comprehensive eye assessment to infants in their first year of life. This offers early detection of potential eye and vision problems at no cost, regardless of income, and complements the well-baby vision screenings.

Dr. Bodker wants to ensure healthy vision of our community’s infants. Visual development is most dramatic between 6 and 12 months of age. Early detection can prevent and help reduce the threat of serious vision impairments. Although infants cannot respond verbally, the first year of life is an ideal time to conduct the first extensive eye assessment. It is a critical time for eye and vision development. Generally at this age, children do not fear doctor visits and often find their first eye exam enjoyable. The staff of Blink Eyecare is trained and equipped to handle patients of any age.

For more information see:
Why Should I Take My Baby to an InfantSEE Provider?
Your Baby's Developing Eyes

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