Eye Care Services

Kaukauna Eye Care offers a complete array of eye care services.

Most insurances are accepted so stop by or call to learn more.

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Complete health examination of eyes and determination of glasses prescription.

Pediatric Eye Care

Evaluation of children 3 and older: ocular health and binocularity assessment. If your child is 6 months-1 year old click for list of providers that provide free Infantsee exams

Foreign-Body Removal

Our staff can assist in discovery and safe removal of common debris and foreign objects from your eye.

Diabetic Eye Care:

´╗┐Comprehensive eye exam and summary report sent to your primary care provider with exam findings. Ocular complications from diabetes is the leading cause of blindness and low vision ages 20-74. Dilated exam allows for detection of ocular complications.

Contact Lens Fittings

Determination of contact lens prescription and education on how to safely wear and care for your contact lenses 

Detection & Treatment

Monitoring for glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinal detachment, and many others.

Laser-Surgery Management

Co-management services after lasik surgery.

Cutting Edge Technology

We offer the latest technologies for detection of eye disease. 

OTC Imaging

We offer the latest technologies for detection of eye disease including OCT (optical coherence tomography) ,Visual field, and fundus photography. OCT is a non-invasive imaging test that uses light waves to take cross-section pictures of your retina. These measurements can be used in the diagnosis and management of many eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.

Visual Field Analysis

Visual Field test allows for the measurement of vision loss. This test can be used for glaucomatous patients as well as patients having suffered from stroke or other neurologic conditions. This is a non invasive test that involves pressing a signaling device in response to visual stimuli.

Fundus Photography

Fundus photography allows for a picture to be taken of the back of the eye including the retina and optic nerve head. This allows your optometric physician to detect the presence of disease and monitor for change.