While most first-time visits to Triton Eye Care will be for a “routine eye exam,” our service is beyond routine. All Patients presenting without an emergent or acute eye problem undergo a Comprehensive Eye Health Evaluation. Dr. Gary Morgan has years of experience in treating typical vision disorders such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. But more importantly, your overall visual and eye health are assessed. Our advanced diagnostic equipment tests not only the quantity of your vison (your visual acuity) but also the quality of your vision, known as Contrast Sensitivity. The health of your entire visual system is evaluated, looking for medical eye conditions such as Eye allergies, blepharitis, dry eyes, cataracts, vitreous degeneration (floaters), glaucoma, macular pucker, or Age-related macular degeneration (AMD). And if you have a systemic health condition such as diabetes or hypertension or are on a high-risk medication such as hydroxychloroquine (Plaquenil™), Dr. Morgan will specifically examine for their ocular side effects and send a detailed report to your primary care physician. Our practice also offers testing to evaluate your risk of eye disease.

Of course, life happens and your first visit to Triton Eye Care may be for an emergency such as a foreign body, an eye infection, or a red, painful eye. Rest assured that eye emergencies are always seen same day. If you are experiencing an eye emergency outside of normal business hours, please call our office and leave a message, we will return your call as soon as possible!