Zeiss Automated Refraction System

If it has been a while since you had a comprehensive eye exam, you may recall the process as being a bit tedious. Your optometrist most likely placed a large machine in front of your eyes and flipped a series of lenses, continually asking which is "better." For some, the process becomes so exhausting that they are not entirely sure that they are always providing the correct answer. That means many people leave their eye doctor without knowing whether or not they have the right prescription. At Today's Vision Rayford | Riley Fuzzel Family Eye Care in Spring, TX, we are leaving that old technology behind. Instead, we’ve adopted the ZEISS Automated Refraction System for our comprehensive eye exams.

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How ZEISS Automated Refraction System Makes for a Quicker and More Accurate Exam

Nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism are the most common reasons people make an appointment for an eye exam. Having an automated system to detect these issues makes diagnosis more accurate as well as less time consuming. With the ZEISS system, even children and those who are unable to articulate the clarity of images in front of them can get an accurate exam. In fact, the system integrates with medical records software, and digital images show exactly what the person sees. In fact, when children have these types of exams, optometrists are able to show parents their child's visual point of view on a tablet screen before and after vision correction.

ZEISS uses a subjective refraction unit that combines elements of the central exam, vision charts, and a traditional phoropter in its VISUSCREEN 500 with Polatest technology that tests monocular and binocular vision. ZEISS i.Scription technology that uses integrated LED and an infrared remote is included that can also be controlled with an iPad.

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Whether you are due (or overdue) for an eye exam in Spring, TX, or you suspect your child may be experiencing vision challenges, our automated refractory system will ensure that you will get accurate information about your vision. Today's Vision Rayford | Riley Fuzzel Family Eye Care in Spring, TX, operates in two locations—one on Rayford Road (281-601-1001) and one on Riley Fuzzel Road (281-719-9926). Our office is supported by staff that is passionate about providing patients with the eye and vision care they deserve.  To learn more, or to schedule a comprehensive vision exam, contact us at the location that works best for you.

New patients receive 20% OFF second complete pair of glasses.

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TODAY’S VISION RILEY FUZZEL HOURS

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

By Appt.

Sunday:

Closed

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