Eye Exams

A photropter is an instrument commonly used by eye care professionals during an eye examination, containing different lenses used for refraction of the eye during sight testing, to measure an individual's refractive error and determine his or her eyeglass prescription.
The retina is a light-sensitive layer at the back of the eye that covers about 65 percent of its interior surface. Photosensitive cells called rods and cones in the retina convert incident light energy into signals that are carried to the brain by the optic nerve.
The GDx test is a new way to test for early stages of glaucoma. During a routine eye exam, the ophthalmologist may order a GDx test because it is much more efficient than the well-known puff test. the puff test fails to uncover glaucoma in one-third of patients. if the doctor only performs the puff test, ask about the gdx test.
An eye chart is a chart used to measure visual acuity. Types of eye charts include the logMAR chart, Snellen chart, Landolt C, Lea test and the Jaeger chart.
To assess the variation in macular thickness measurements in healthy Caucasian and African American men and women through Stratus OCT optical coherence tomography
  • Comprehensive Eye Examinations
  • Contact Lens Examinations
  • Medical Eye Examinations and Minor Eye Emergencies
  • Luck Optical is proud to utilize the latest diagnostic equipment to assist our doctors in eye disease detection, diagnosis and management.
  • We take most insurance plans such as EyeMed, VSP, Superior Vision, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Davis Vision, Spectera... and more.
  • We also accept Medicare Part B, Medicaid, CHIPS and Block Vision.

NO Appointment Needed! Luck Optical has 8 Optometrists on Staff and we are here to serve you! Please be sure to arrive by 6:00 PM on weekdays and 4:30 PM on Saturdays so that we have enough time to provide you with the attention that you deserve.