Welcome to Kenton Vision Care, the optometry office of Jonathan L. Warner, O.D. We provide quality, comprehensive eye care for every member of the family.
We enjoy working with our patients and developing a lasting relationship with them. That is why we set convenient office hours that allow us to accommodate your busy schedule. Our doctor and staff also take time to get to know you, your vision requirements, and your lifestyle needs, so that we can provide quality eye care to you.
Dr. Warner performs a thorough eye health examination on adults and children, fits contact lenses, co-manages refractive and cataract surgery, diagnoses and treats eye diseases and eye injuries, and removes foreign bodies. Dr. Warner enjoys working with children and the elderly.
Our staff will help you select frames and lenses that meet your visual needs, feel comfortable, and look attractive, and will repair and adjust your glasses. We carry frames to suit every style and budget, with a wide selection for men, women, and children.
Our mission is to provide our patients with excellent eye health and vision care, and personal, friendly service. We look forward to serving you!
A regular comprehensive eye exam is crucial to preserving your sight. A comprehensive eye exam involves much more than a simple vision screening. Even if you feel you are not having any problems with your vision, many ocular diseases have no symptoms and can only be detected through a thorough examination. In fact, many health problems, such as diabetes and high blood pressure, can be first detected in the eyes.
The exam begins with a discussion of your medical and ocular history. Many health disorders manifest other problems in the eyes that you may not be aware of . Bring a list of the names and dosages of all medications (prescription and over-the-counter) you are taking, and let Dr. Warner know about any allergies you have. Be sure to mention any specific work, school, hobby, or sports-related visual demands.
Dr. Warner will determine your visual acuity both at distance and at near and with and without your current glasses or contact lenses, if applicable. A variety of other tests will be performed depending on the patient's age. These tests may include testing your color vision, depth perception, central vision, peripheral vision, and binocular vision. Dr. Warner will examine your refractive status to determine the best prescription for your glasses and/or contact lenses.
He will also use a variety of instruments to determine the health of your ocular structures starting with the more anterior structures (lids, lashes, tear film, sclera, conjunctiva, cornea and iris) working towards the posterior structures (lens, vitreous, optic nerve, and retina). He will also measure the intraocular pressure of your eyes, one of the clues that aid in detecting glaucoma.
After experiencing such a thorough eye exam in our office, our patients know they have received good eye care to help preserve their sight.