At Drake Eye Center, great pride is taken in the QUALITY of the services.  Dr. Drake pays great attention to detail so that you, the patient, have healthy eyes and clear vision.  Dr. Drake always takes the time to explain the findings from your eye examination and to answer any questions that you may have.  In addition, the
Drake Eye Center staff is there to assist you and to make sure that your visit to the office is an enjoyable
one.  From understanding your insurance to the selection of your new eyeglasses, you will find the staff both helpful and knowledgeable every step of the way.

Dr. Drake provides the following services:

  • Comprehensive Eye Examinations for the Entire Family, including free eye examinations for children less than 12 months of age (
  • Diagnosis, Evaluation, and Treatment of Eye Conditions including:
  • Glaucoma
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Cataracts
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Red Eyes
  • Dry Eyes
  • Allergies
  • Strabismus/Amblyopia (“Lazy Eye”)
  • Contact Lens-related Problems
  • Fitting and Evaluation of all types of Contacts including torics (for astigmatism), multifocals (to allow clear distance and near vision), and RGPs (rigid gas perms)
  • Emergency Eye Care including:
  • Removal of foreign bodies (i.e. metal, wood, etc)
  • Treatment of all types of eye or vision-related injuries
  • Diagnosis and treatment of sudden-onset vision loss or blurred vision
  • Co-management of all types of surgeries including:
  • LASIK and other refractive surgeries
  • Cataract surgery
  • Strabismus (“Lazy Eye”) surgery
  • Retinal Photography (WITHOUT dilation in most cases)
  • Visual Perimetry (peripheral vision testing) when necessary
  • Nerve Fiber Analysis (for glaucoma detection) when necessary
  • Pachymetry (measurement of corneal thickness – important for glaucoma, LASIK)
  • Visual Assessment for all types of Driver’s Licenses
  • Patient Education and Explanation of all examination findings

The Drake Eye Center staff provides the following services:

  • Scheduling appointment on a day and time convenient for you
  • Verifying insurance prior to your visit
  • Explaining insurance so that you understand your benefits
  • Assisting with the selection of your new eyeglasses including:
  • Selection of the frame that is the best fit, color, and design for your face and glasses prescription (always allowing time so that you do not feel rushed in your decision)
  • Explanation of all available lens options so that you have the lenses that are most suitable for your individual needs
  • Answering all questions you may have concerning visual or financial needs
  • Allowing you the necessary time to find what is perfect for you
  • Patient education for new contact lens wearers including insertion and removal, lens care, and other helpful hints to ensure quick adaptation to the new lenses
  • Spectacle adjustments and repairs
  • Administering auxiliary testing when necessary