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Phone: 407.447.7739
Fax: 407.896.6547
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519 N. Mills Ave.
Orlando, FL  32803 (map)Free WiFi


Located at Mills & Mt Vernon
Parking entrance on Mt Vernon



Office Hours

Mon 8:00am - 5:00pm
Tue 8:00am - 5:00pm
Wed 9:00am - 7:00pm
Thu 9:00am - 7:00pm
Fri 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sat 9:00am - 2:00pm
(1st Sat. of Month ONLY)

     Holiday Hours

Eye Care Topics

Comprehensive Eye Examinations

Comprehensive Eye Examinations

The best way to preserve your vision is to have comprehensive eye exams at regular intervals.  Many eye and vision problems have no obvious signs or symptoms and as a result, individuals are often unaware that a problem exists.

At Eola Eyes, your eye exam is much more than a test to determine if you need glasses and we always schedule ample time so you will never feel rushed.  Our doctors will check your eyes inside and out to detect any potential issues and we pride ourselves on the accuracy of our eyeglass prescriptions.  Your comprehensive eye examination will include the following:

  • Optomap an ultra-widefield view to help detect early signs of retinal disease more effectively and efficiently than with traditional eye exams
  • Patient history to determine any symptoms you may be experiencing.
  • Visual acuity to measure how clearly each eye is seeing.
  • Prelimary tests of visual function and eye health.
  • CV-5000 at Eola EyesRefraction to determine the appropriate lens power for glasses and/or contact lenses. We perform a digital refraction with state-of-the-art equipment as a part of your exam in order to determine the best prescription possible.
  • Binocular vision testing to assess your eye coordination and ensure that your eyes are working well together.
  • Eye Health Evaluations at Eola EyesEye health evaluation which includes checking for cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration as well as certain systemic diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes. This may be done through a dilated pupil to provide a better view of the internal structures of the eye. If needed, we can take digital photographs of the surface of the eye, which allow us to monitor eye health conditions over time.
  • Special Testing tl_files/stock-images/Atlas1.jpgmay be required to fully assess your vision or eye health. One example is corneal topography, shown in the picture on the right, which is a non-invasive corneal imaging technique. The cornea is the front focusing surface of the eye and in addition to being a valuable tool for contact lens fitting, corneal topography can document a variety of corneal changes or health conditions, such as keratoconus. 

    Other special tests that may be performed include visual field testing. A visual field test measures your peripheral or side vision with a computer and this test can be important for detecting, diagnosing, and monitoring conditions such as glaucoma and a variety of neurological disorders. Visual field testing can sometimes detect problems in the optic nerve or brain, such as a tumor of the pituitary gland, before they have any other signs or symptoms.

Your eye exam will last approximately 30-45 minutes and most patients are comfortable to drive home after the exam, even after having their eyes dilated.  If you are unsure, please consider bringing a driver with you.  The effects of the dilating drops typically last for about three hours.