Dr. Rozenberg begins your eye exam by asking a few questions about your visual history, your lifestyle, your work or school environment. Dr. R. is committed to finding the absolute best prescription just for you. It’s what you say that matters most.
Your exam will then begin with the Auto Refractor ARK 25K, used by Dr. Rozenberg to objectively measure your prescription. Next is the digital Nidek 5100, which can refract to single degrees like precision-cut diamonds of eyecare. Dr. Rozenberg will then formulate a calibrated, nuanced prescription in detailed fractional measurements. This Rx may provide the clearest eyesight but will then be interpreted to find the prescription that yields the greatest comfort, efficiency and ability to process visual information.
Ideal vision requires both precision and professional guidance. Dr. Rozenberg will show one prescription against two others, a visual compare and contrast that helps to explain and demonstrate just the right one for you. Using both his expertise and experience you will then receive a prescription best suited for your vision and comfort.
Your exam will be comfortable, personal and interesting. You may book your appointment now by clicking on the book exam button above. We can’t wait to see you!
Q. How often should I get my eyes examined?
A. Most optometrists agree an annual eye exam is best, especially for children, if you are a contact lens wearer or if you have certain medical conditions like diabetes. Regular eye exams are also ideal to detect any health problems early, before they become advanced. We’ve made it easy for you… hit the red button above and book your exam. For more info, see what the Vision Council suggests.
Q.Does an eye exam hurt?
A. Eye exams are completely non-invasive and painless. With more than 40 years of experience, Dr. Rozenberg is extremely gentle and proficient.
Q. I have problems when I work on the computer, what can be done?
A. Specialized computer glasses make working on a computer dramatically more comfortable than normal glasses or contact lenses. 10/10 Optics has a special instrument to measure the “lag of focus” at computer distance while patients look at a chart modeled like a screen.
Q. Can I get information on laser or eyesight improvement?
A. Dr. Rozenberg is trained in the pre- and post-op care of laser surgery patients. He will carefully explain all of the benefits and risks, both short term and long term in laser and other surgical eye procedures. He will help you choose the right surgeon for your needs.
Dr. Stephen Rozenberg, Optometrist