Maintain your healthy eyes and update your vision correction
Comprehensive eye exams are an important part of preventative healthcare and should start before age 1. Comprehensive exams are for people who need glasses or contact lenses and for those who require no visual correction. Many eye problems have no obvious signs or symptoms but can cause serious problems later if not addressed early on. In addition, signs of diseases that affect the rest of the body, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, brain tumors, stroke, multiple sclerosis, and several others, are often found first in the eyes. Annual comprehensive eye exams can help get treatment sooner, saving sight and even lives.
For information on what to expect at your comprehensive eye exam, click here.
Lenses for Myopia, Hyperopia, Astigmatism, and Presbyopia
At Nora Eye Care, we help you find the contact lenses that will be the best fit for you. If you have been told you cannot wear contacts in the past, now may be the time to give them another try. We are up-to-date on the latest in contact lens technology, and we have lenses for those with dry eyes, allergies, high prescriptions, and irregular corneas due to past surgeries and other eye problems. Do you want to sleep in your lenses or cut down on the hassle of dealing with solutions by throwing your contacts away at the end of each day? No problem! Are you starting to need reading glasses or bifocals and think that contact lenses are no longer an option? Think again! The doctors at Nora Eye Care are equipped with several contact lens options to fit your needs.
As a contact lens wearer, it is also important to have an annual comprehensive eye exam. Contact lenses are medical devices that can affect the health of your eyes, so it is important for an optometrist to evaluate them each year for proper fit. It is also a good way to make sure you are getting the best comfort and vision from your lenses, and that they are meeting all of your vision needs.
Ages 6 months and up
Did you know that every child should have an eye exam before the age of 1 year? We at Nora Eye Care adopt the following exam schedule, recommended by the American Optometric Association:
6 months-1 year
Annually ages 6-18
Our doctors are up to date on the latest techniques for children's eye exams, and we strive to show every child that going to the eye doctor is fun! Please check out our Vision Library for more information on children's vision development and common vision problems in children.
Red eyes, watery eyes, itchy eyes, painful eyes, seeing spots, or anything else that comes up
Our doctors are trained in the latest techniques to care for all types of eye infections, inflammation, and diseases. We care about our patients and will always try to work you in to our schedule if you have a sudden eye problem. Anytime you visit us for eye care that does not include a refraction for glasses or contacts, it is considered a medical eye appointment. Don't have a vision plan? No problem! Medical eye care is billed to your medical insurance plan such as Anthem or Medicare.
For the Treatment and Management of Glaucoma, Macular degeneration, Diabetic Eye Disease, Keratoconus, Cataracts, and more
If you have an eye disease that requires ongoing care such as Glaucoma, Diabetic Retinopathy, Keratoconus, Cataracts, or Macular Degeneration, you want to know you are in the right hands. All of our doctors at Nora Eye Care are trained in medical optometry, and we work closely with a network of local surgeons if further treatment is required. Your optometrist will determine the best care for your eyes, using our cutting edge medical devices to help monitor your disease.
- Humphrey Visual Field Analyzer
- Tests for peripheral vision loss
- Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) scanner
- Gives a cross-sectional view of the microscopic layers within the retina and measures their thickness
- Measures corneal thickness
- Autorefractor and Autokeratometer
- Measures central corneal curvature and estimates the patient's glasses prescription
- Corneal Topography
- Maps the miniscule variations in corneal curvature
- Fundus Photography
- Takes a photo of the back of the eye
Please browse our Vision Links for more information about specific eye diseases.
Pre - and Post-operative care for eye surgeries for cataracts, glaucoma, retinal problems, LASIK and more
We work closely with a network of referral partners throughout the Indianapolis area to get you and your loved ones the best care possible. We communicate often to update each other on each patient's progress throughout the surgical process from preoperative exams, the day of surgery, and all follow-up care.
Our doctors at Nora Eye Care are well-trained to handle your pre- and post-operative care for LASIK, cataract surgery, glaucoma surgery, retina surgery and more. Not only does this save you the potentially long drive to your surgical center for additional visits, but you get to be back in the comfort and familiarity of the eye care practice you have been going to for years.
Frames, lenses, adjustments, and repairs
Whether you are looking for special lens treatments to order with your new pair of glasses or you need a quick adjustment, the professional optical staff at Nora Eye Care can help you out. We offer a variety of stylish frames to suit every taste and budget. Not sure what you want or what looks best on you? Our "frame goddesses" have an eye for style and a vast knowledge of lens types and coatings. They will make sure you not only see well with your new glasses, but look fantastic too!
Adjustments and most repairs are free! Stop by anytime during normal business hours. No appointment necessary.
High quality eyewear made when you need it
You found the perfect frame. It fits your face, your lenses look thinner in it, and it makes you look ten years younger. Your prescription has changed, but you found the perfect frame...last year. Off-site optical labs often require you to send them your glasses so they can properly measure and fit it with lenses. You don't want to go without your glasses for weeks while you wait on the lab. And what if they get backed up? At Nora Eye Care's onsite optical lab, we can measure your frame while you wait and let you take your glasses safely back home with you the same day. We will call you when the new lenses are finished and replace the lenses in your glasses at no extra charge when you come to pick them up.
We also cut lenses for new frames onsite. This reduces the amount of time it takes to get you your new pair of glasses. Nearly all prescriptions are ready in just 7-10 days, and some are ready even sooner. Come check out our fabulous lines of stylish frames! No appointment necessary.