Thorough Vision and Eye Health examination.
Minor medical treatment.
Complete contact lenses care with guaranteed contact lens success program.
Co-management of cataract surgery.
Pre and post operative care for eye laser correction.
Nose pad adjustment and replacement
Thorough eye exam.
All eyeglasses include Polycarbonate lenses.
On Site Lab:
All lenses including no-line bifocals.
Large selection of frames including designers at discount prices
Accessories and supplies:
Contact lens kits and cleaners.
Contact lens supplies.
Crane Optical accepts most optical insurance and they are also VSP and Eyemed providers. Be sure to provide insurance card information at your scheduled appointment. We accept Visa, Discover, MasterCard and Debit Card. Financing is also available through Care Credit.
What you can expect from Crane Optical during an eye exam:
Dr. Crane will perform several tests on your vision and will screen your eyes for retinal and corneal disorders. Afterwards, Dr. Crane will discuss your test results, explain your prescription, and give you a better understanding of your overall eye health.
Crane Optical performs the most comprehensive eye exam including:
Internal and External Eye Health: An internal and external exam of your eyes for signs of possible disorders, such as cataracts or retinal problems.
Current Prescription Check: An evaluation of your current eyeglass prescription.
Visual Accuity: A test of your ability to see sharply and clearly at all distances.
Refraction: A test for your eyes' ability to focus light rays exactly on the retina at distance and close-up.
Tonometry: A measurement of your internal eye pressure to test for glaucoma.
Visual Coordination: A test for eye coordination and muscle control.
Focusing Ability: A test to measure your eyes' ability to change focus.
Quick Information About Your Prescription:
On your prescription, Crane Optical will list the vision correction necessary for your left and right eyes.
If there is a plus ("+") sign before your prescription, you are faresighted and have trouble seeing things up close.
If there is a minus ("-") sign before your prescription, you are nearsighted and have trouble seeing far away.
The higher the number following the "+" or "-" sign, the greater the vision correction you need.
Crane Optical - 236 W. 9 Mile Road, Ferndale, MI 48220 - Phone: (248) 545-5600