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The Eye Care Center is Mooresville is spearheaded by Dr. Ed Mills and Dr. Christopher Mills. Dr. Ed Mills and Dr. Christopher Mills are licensed, certified and experienced in eye care. Both Optometrists believe that all patients deserve the best in eye care and embraces the latest ocular technology to ensure this. Dr. Ed Mills and Dr. Christopher Mills utilize digital retinal imaging, computerized objective and subjective refraction, topography, optical coherence tomography (OCT) and computerized glaucoma tests. Digital retinal imaging capture a 180-degree image of the retina, computerized objective refraction is used for an accurate determination of prescriptions, topography provides a visual map of the front surface of the eye and OCT provides a 3D cross-section of the retina for detection and treatment of eye diseases like glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration.
The entire staff at our optometry center is professional and dedicated to providing you with an A+ patient experience. Each patient receives a warm welcome and individualized attention. Our staff goes the extra yard at helping customers understand their vision coverage and also educate patients on financial alternatives. Everyone at the Eye Care Center is committed to ensuring that you get the best vision care possible. From children and teens to adults and seniors, we provide eye care for the whole family.
Our vision services include eye exams, contact lens exams and fittings, refractive eye surgery and emergency eye care. Our optometrists perform a comprehensive vision and eye exam. It includes a vision acuity test, eye performance test and eye health test. The vision acuity test evaluates your reading and distance sight. Depending on the results, Dr. Ed Mills and Dr. Christopher Mills will let you know if you need corrective eyewear, such as glasses or contact lenses. The eye performance test evaluates depth perception, peripheral vision, color vision, responsiveness to light, eye teaming and tracking and focus. A slit lamp and bright light are used to evaluate your ocular structures, and tonometry is used to measure intraocular pressure for signs of glaucoma. If you prefer contact lenses, we’ll do a contact lens exam to determine the best type of contact lenses for you, such as spherical soft contacts, soft gas-permeable contacts or multifocal contacts.
Today, laser surgery is an option for those with myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism who prefer not to wear glasses or contacts. Dr. Ed Mills and Dr. Christopher Mills take a full medical history and run advanced diagnostic tests to determine if you’re a good candidate for refractive laser surgery. If you are a good candidate, we will provide the eye surgeon with his data and participate in your post-op care. After your eye surgery, we automatically schedule follow-up visits to monitor your progress.
Time for an eye exam? Want to switch from glasses to contacts? Turn to the Eye Care Center for your eye and vision needs. Call Mills Eye Care at (704) 664-9121 to schedule an appointment today. Plus, we have a special available for everyone - buy one pair of glasses, get the second pair for 50% off.