Proactive, Compassionate Care

Your eye health is an integral part of your overall health. Through providing our patients with quality care and regular vision exams, we can help you achieve long-term eye health.

Eye Exams

Even if you’re not experiencing any issues, routine vision screenings are important to the long-term health of your eyes. Some eye diseases can result in serious vision loss if not detected and treated early, like Glaucoma. Schedule eye exams every two years from age 4 or 5 up to age 40 and yearly after that. If you wear corrective glasses or contacts, we recommend a yearly exam to keep your prescription up-to-date. People with special risks, such as diabetes, a previous eye trauma, surgery or a family history of glaucoma, may need an eye exam more frequently. It is recommended that someone with diabetes should have an eye exam every year.

Your doctor will most likely dilate the pupils of your eyes, in order to better see the retina at the back of your eye. You will be thoroughly screened for common problems like nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, presbyopia, glaucoma, cataracts, diabetes and macular degeneration. Treatment options, if necessary will be presented at the conclusion of your examination.

Should you need glasses or contact lenses, our highly skilled opticians will be happy to work with you to find the right choice and fit.

Jessie M. Pierce


Dr. Pierce received her Doctor of Optometry from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) in Worcester, MA.

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