Cleaners such as Windex, ammonia or alcohol aren’t to be used on lenses or frames.
EyeWorks’ Twelve Days of Giving Campaign raised $2400 for local charities. Patients who purchased glasses in December from the Keene eye care center chose one of four charities for EyeWorks to donate on their behalf. Pictured with Dr. Barton Higley of EyeWorks (center) are the non-profit recipients (L to R): Tracie Lavertue, EyeWorks paraoptometric assistant and former Joy’s Network client; Mindy Cambiar, the executive director of Hundred Nights Shelter; Kathy Collinsworth, executive director of the Monadnock Humane Society; and Alicia Deaver, executive director of Rise for baby & family.
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Keene, NH: EyeWorks, the independent optometry practice/optical boutique located at 474 West Street, Keene, recently purchased a CLARUS 500 Fundus Camera to captures ultra-wide retinal images. These images help with the early detection of such eye diseases like diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and glaucoma.
“We purchased the new retinal camera because of its enhanced ability to magnify what can be seen in the retinal periphery and capture those images clearly and with color accuracy. Eye health diagnostics and eye disease management benefit from the availability of ultra-wide images” says EyeWorks’ owner and Doctor of Optometry, Barton Higley. “One of our commitments to our patients is that we will always give them a very high standard of care. One of the ways that we do that is to stay current with new technologies, so we’re happy to have this ability to capture more, and better, information.”
EyeWorks purchased the ultra-widefield retinal camera to replace a digital camera still widely used by most optometrists. EyeWorks uses two other highly advanced technologies, the Diopsys VEP vision test and the LipiFlow Thermal Pulsation System. The vision test measures the function of the entire vision system, particularly helpful in testing young children and patients who have lost the ability to speak. The LipiFlow System treats patients for one of the causes of dry eye, Meibomian gland dysfunction; and EyeWorks is the only optometry practice in the region offering this treatment.
EyeWorks is a full-service optometry practice offering personalized eye care services by highly skilled and committed staff. Services include pediatric eye care, dry eye treatment, and surgical co-management. It also has a reputation for precise vision exams and eyewear of superior quality. Lenses and frames are warrantied, adjustments and repairs are provided free of charge, and it guarantees 100% customer satisfaction.
Learn more by visiting www.EyeWorks.com or calling (603) 782-9067.
About EyeWorks: For 39 years, EyeWorks has served the Monadnock Region. Its eye care professionals are among the most experienced and best trained in the region. Dr. Barton Higley is so committed to professional excellence, and so highly respected in his profession, that he was selected to mentor the future generation of optometrists. EyeWorks was recognized as the #1 Eye Doctor/Optical Shop in the region for 11 consecutive years by The Monadnock Shopper News and as the #1 optometry practice in Greater Keene for the last 19 years by Market Surveys of America.
EyeWorks has served the Monadnock Region for over 35 years. We provide the high caliber eye care services you would receive from a major metropolitan practice, but we deliver those services with the care and compassion that come from our long-term relationships with our patients, most of whom live in Greater Keene. We are familiar with, and responsive to, their eye health and vision challenges.
EyeWorks is on a mission to provide all our patients with the level of care and service we provide to our own family members. Our EyeWorks staff includes some of the most skilled and experienced specialists in the region, among them nationally certified opticians and para-optometric assistants. Each staff member is committed to providing our community with the most advanced care possible in a caring way.
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