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General Ophthalmology & Eye Exams

Your Eye Evaluation with Dr. Mang

Dr. Mang will begin your eye examination by asking you questions about your eye health and medical history. It is important to Dr. Mang that he has this time to connect with his patients and learn exactly what they expect from their appointments and how to best serve their needs.

Dr. Mang will normally conduct two separate tests on your eyes. The first test is for Refraction. The second is Retinal Imaging. Conducting these tests will give Dr. Mang a detailed picture of your eye health. He will then be able to direct you to the next step in correcting for your vision.


Refraction is an examination done by ether Dr. Mang or his lead technician to determine how well you see both with and without your glasses. A refraction test can determine if you are suffering from Myopia, Hyperopia, Astigmatism, Presbyopia or any combination there of.

Myopia – Myopia is nearsightedness, where individuals usually have problems seeing well at a distance and can only see clearly while wearing glasses or contact lenses. With this condition, the eye is shaped like a football, too long. This condition causes the eye to not be able to focus on objects as the light passes through the cornea will not focus correctly on the retina.

Hyperopia – Hyperopia is farsightedness, where people develop problems reading up close before the age of 40. This means that near objects require even greater focusing power to be seen clearly and therefore, blur more easily. Unlike Presbyopia, Hyperopia is a condition you are born with. The and in contrast to Myopia the eye is too short or shaped like a football laying on its side.

Astigmatism – Astigmatism is the asymmetric steepening of the cornea or natural lens causes light to be focused unevenly, with uncorrected astigmatism, images may look blurry or shadowed and may appear as a double image.

Presbyopia - Presbyopia is a condition that typically becomes noticeable for most people around age 45. In children and young adults, the lens inside the eye can easily focus on distant and near objects. With age, the lens loses its ability to focus adequately and the internal eye mussels become weakened by age.

Optomap Retinal Imaging

Optomap Retinal ImagingIn order to get a more detailed picture of your eye health Dr. Mang may also complete a retinal imaging exam. The retina is a thin layer or tissue where the light rays that enter your eye, are sent to the brain. The retina can be damaged through injury or disease that may not be noticeable to the patient. It is important that patients undergo this test to keep their vision clear and their eyes healthy.

The advanced technology of Optomap Retinal Imaging.

This equipment allows Dr. Mang to examine your retina without the need for dilating your eyes. One of the friendly staff members will assist you in the set up for this exam. You will be positioned in front of the Optomap Retinal Imaging machine, where a high-resolution picture will be taken and displayed for Dr. Mang to read and analyze. With this high quality picture Dr. Mang will be able to diagnose retinal diseases, and detect problems that may cause vision loss.