At Elite Vision Eyecare, Dr. Ketan Kutlerywala and our entire Maywood optometry team are committed to providing advanced vision care in a professional and comfortable environment. As an optometrist in Maywood, our primary eye care service includes a complete eye exam that analyzes eye health and vision function. In addition to eye exams and vision testing, Dr. Kutlerywala and our team of optometry professionals provide testing for glaucoma, cataracts and macular degeneration. Our Maywood optometrist also offers glasses, contact lenses, and pre- and post-operative care
Dr. Kutlerywala and the Elite Vision Eyecare team take even the most routine eye exams very seriously. During a yearly or bi-yearly examination, our Maywood patients will receive a patient history review, a series of vision and eye tests, assessments of eye focusing and movement, and an eye health evaluation. Our optometrist will discuss any additional testing that may be required to diagnose an eye disease or condition. Call us a today at (201) 845-4700 to schedule an appointment.
Not sure that glasses are for you? Ask our Maywood staff about contact lenses. Advances in the field of optometry have produced a variety of different types of contact lenses with a range of benefits. Rigid gas-permeable (RGP), daily-wear soft, extended-wear, extended-wear disposable, and planned replacement are the various types of contact lens options available today. Our Maywood optometrist will discuss the various options with you to determine which type will best fit your needs and lifestyle. Schedule your examination today by calling (201) 845-4700. There are many advantages to consider when determining if contact lenses are right for you and our knowledgeable staff is here to answer any questions.
Dry eye occurs when there is a problem with the basal tears. Basal tears are not like emotional tears, which are comprised of oil, water, and mucus. The oil helps prevent the tears from drying too quickly on the surface of the eye. The watery layer helps the tears spread evenly over the eyes, and the mucus layer combines with the watery layer to help ensure eye hydration. If any of these layers are deficient, symptoms of dry eye can develop.
Glaucoma is an eye disease that is characterized by a sudden or gradual increase in pressure in the eye. Since it is mostly asymptomatic other than progressive vision loss, it’s important to get regular eye exams with our ophthalmologist to check for changes in your vision and to test the pressure in your eyes.