Dr. Christy Mushtaler & Dr. Jessica Lawrence

Eye Examinations

Did you know that your eye is the only place on your body that we can see your blood vessels at work without having to make an incision? This means that we can detect and even diagnose systemic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

eye-chart-snellen1-2_1024x1024At Violet Eyes Optometry, our doctors and staff strive to provide eye care that is:

  • prompt
  • professional
  • family-friendly
  • personalized for you!

Your Eye Care Examination will include FIVE key components

Preliminary Testing

Our optometric assistants will gather basic information about your ocular history, medical history, and visual needs.  They will measure your current glasses, take power and curvature readings of your eyes, perform glaucoma screening, perform retinal screening with the OCT scan and a retinal photo.

Refraction and Binocular Vision

This is a critical part of the eye exam.  Your optometrist will measure your eyes to carefully refine your glasses prescription.  Years of optical schooling and clinical judgement go into finding just the right prescription for your eyes.

Ocular Health Examination

From the eyelids back to the optic nerve and beyond, your optometrist will provide a thorough complete eye health examination.

Personalized Patient Counseling

This is where we take extra time and attention to provide personalized education and recommend customized eyewear solutions.

photooctSpecialized Testing (as required)

Laser Refractive Surgery (LASIK) Assessment
Children’s eye exam for lazy eye (including cycloplegic eye drops)
Multifocal, Toric, and Spherical Contact Lens fitting
Keratoconus, Orthokeratology and Specialty Contact Lens fitting
Corneal Topography
Ocular Photography
OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography) for
Glaucoma, Macular, and Retinal scanning
Macular Degeneration Assessment (including dilation and OCT)
Glaucoma Assessment (including dilation, visual fields, and OCT)
Cataract Assessment (including dilation and specialist referral if required)


It is recommended that:

  • Infants have their first exam between 6 and 9 months
  • At least one exam between ages 2 and 5
  • School age children should be checked annually
  • Adults between 18-64 that do not wear contact lenses should be checked every two years
  • Adults that have diabetes, wear contact lenses or have sight threatening conditions be checked annually as well as Seniors 65+

We also accept emergency and partial appointments.

If you think you may have an eye infection, a foreign body, or any visual discomfort or disturbance, please contact us via telephone to make an appointment.