Blue light is all around us, and this short wavelength part of the visible spectrum can cause damage to the back of your eye leading to macular disease later in life.  Learn more about what you can do to protect your eyes from blue light. (Learn More)

Corneal topography involves using an instrument called a topographer to measure the curves on your corneas.  This is important for contact lens fittings, as well as to monitor for diseases such as post-surgical ectasia, keratoconus, and pellucid marginal degeneration. (Learn More)

Vista Eye Care uses a state-of-the-art refraction system to accurately determine your glasses prescription.  This system is easy for our patients to use and gives our doctors accurate data in less time then a traditional refraction. (Learn More)
Measuring your intraocular pressures each year is a critical part of your annual comprehensive eye and vision examination.  We offer many different techniques of measuring your eye pressure including a “no-puff” method for those freaked out by the air puff test! (Learn More)
We measure our patients’ macular pigment density (MPOD) each year to determine their risk of developing macular degeneration later in life.  If your MPOD is low, dietary supplementation can raise the the score and reduce your risk of disease. (Learn More)
Optical Coherence Tomography, or OCT, is an easy and painless way to assess the health of the back of the eye.  OCT allows our doctors to view the layers of the retina and helps us manage retinal disease, glaucoma, and macular degeneration among other conditions. (Learn More)
We recommend annual OPTOS imaging for all of our patients.  This remarkable test allows us to detect early eye disease in patients before it affects vision.  The test is easy for adults and kids alike, and only takes a couple of minutes. (Learn More)
There are lots of great reasons to have your visual field assessed.  Most commonly, glaucoma patients, or patients that we suspect may have glaucoma sit for this test to rule out disease.  Multiple sclerosis patients, hydroxychloroquine users, and those patients with brain injuries also benefit from having their side vision assessed. (Learn More)

Vista Eye Care

13695 Colorado Blvd. Thornton, CO 80602
Phone: (303) 450-2020
Fax: (303) 920-1440

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