Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management in Aurora, CO

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Don’t Let Disease Steal Your Sight

You rely on your eyes so much, which is why it’s important to take care of them. If left untreated, eye disease can slowly develop over time, often without symptoms. Many patients don’t even realize something is wrong until they have developed permanent vision loss.

The best defense against eye disease is a solid offense. Going for a comprehensive eye exam can allow us to detect early signs of trouble, and craft a tailored treatment plan to preserve your vision.

You may have good vision and eye health currently, but that can change in the blink of an eye. Eye diseases like glaucoma, cataracts, and age-related macular degeneration can progress quickly without detection and treatment. Eye exams can help us pinpoint signs you may be at risk of or developing an eye condition before symptoms occur.

Glaucoma Testing

Glaucoma is a broad term used to describe conditions that damage the optic nerve and is frequently caused by high intraocular pressure (IOP). To help safeguard your vision, all exams performed at Envision Eye Care include glaucoma testing. During these tests, we will measure the pressure inside your eye so that we can detect, and diagnose, glaucoma before patients exhibit symptoms.

Commonly referred to as the “puff-of-air” test, non-contact tonometry (or NCT) measures your intraocular pressure quickly and with minimal discomfort. We’ll have you look at a light inside a machine and blow a small burst of air onto your eye.

This test allows us to accurately gauge your eyes’ resistance to the puff of air, which we use to calculate your intraocular pressure.

We can also use a Goldmann applanation tonometer to measure your intraocular pressure. We’ll give you numbing drops that may make your eyes feel heavy and then have you look into a slit lamp while a soft, flat-tipped cone will gently come in contact with your eye.

This test will measure the force needed to temporarily flatten your cornea, a measurement we use to help calculate your intraocular pressure.

Cataracts Testing

Cataracts occur when the lens in your eye becomes clouded, causing blurred vision. They usually develop due to age or injury, but can also be caused by inherited genetic disorders.

During a comprehensive eye exam, we’ll review your medical history with you to help calculate your chances of developing cataracts. Additionally, we’ll perform a few standard tests during the exam to pinpoint early signs of disease.

Visual acuity testing, along with slit-lamp, and retinal exams, will allow us to see the back of your eye clearly and detect abnormalities.

Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) Testing

Age-related macular degeneration occurs when the middle of the retina (the macula) becomes damaged. This damage causes fuzzy or distorted vision, but unfortunately, this serious condition often doesn’t exhibit symptoms until irreversible damage has already occurred.

We’ll perform a comprehensive eye exam to test for early signs of AMD. One of the most common symptoms of AMD is that the eye will make straight lines appear wavy. To look for signs of AMD, we may send you home with an Amsler grid.

If you have questions about eye disease, please book an appointment today.

Insurance Accepted

At Envision, we accept many insurance plans such as major government insurance plans (Medicare, Medicaid and Tricare), most private insurance plans (United Health, Humana, Anthem BCBS, Atena) and key vision plans (VSP, Spectera and EyeMed).

We request that you provide details of your insurance at scheduling so that we may serve you better by checking your eligibility ahead of time. Please bring your insurance cards with you to your appointment.

Visit Our Office

Our practice is conveniently located at the intersection between S Parker Rd and E Belleview Ave, just across the street from the Goodwill.


5001 S Parker Rd. #204
Aurora, CO 80015


Phone: 720-507-7004
Text: 720-401-7180
[email protected]


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Our Services

We offer both routine and comprehensive eye exams to detect vision problems and keep your eyes healthy. We use the latest in advanced instrumentation – such as OCT and Visual Field Analyzers – to detect certain diseases.

Adult & Senior Eye Exams

It is important to have support when you are dealing with different eye conditions, and that’s why we offer complete diagnosis’ and co-management of eye diseases for your knowledge and comfort.

Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management

Dry eyes can be managed with a variety of different treatments. We want to make sure that you find a treatment that works best for you, so don’t hesitate to book an appointment today!

Dry Eye Therapy

Contact lenses can be difficult to manage for specialized conditions or new users. We offer contact lens exams and fittings to ensure you are comfortable and knowledgeable about your new lenses.

Contact Lens Exams, Fittings, & Brands
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Svetlana Lobyan
Svetlana Lobyan
16:24 27 May 23
I am so lucky I came across a Google listing of envision eye care. They have one of the nicest offices I have been to, along with very friendly staff and thorough exams. My family has a history of eye disease so I am very picky with the offices I trust with my eyes and I definitely feel at peace coming to this office. I have been visiting this office for 3 years now and recommend it to all my friends and family.
Rosalie Masoero-Palmer
Rosalie Masoero-Palmer
19:29 11 May 23
On April 26th, I was scheduled for the same routine eye exam at Envision Eyecare. An Exam I have received without issue for 20+ years, all over the country. I was unable to be examined because the exam room did not accommodate my wheelchair. This is a fact. I was told – very politely – by your front office staff that I could not be seen from my wheelchair. This is a fact. When I pushed back on the staff, they went to the back to talk to Doctor Jeong. The doctor did not return with the staffer, the staffer returned with a message for me that if I was unable to transfer into the chair, I could not receive my exam. This is a fact. I did not pursue this any further – the doctor had been consulted, why would I continue to waste everyone’s time? No one offered to assist me into the chair, like you seem to think. That is a fact. I decided I was not interested in forcing you to take my money. Instead, I left the office. I stayed in the hallway outside of your office, crying. I called my spouse to pick me up and shared my experience with them and later my friends.I do not desire to defame your business. My goal is to share my perspective, so you have adequate knowledge to *make improvements* to your office, when possible. Individuals with disabilities are a minority group whose needs are often not met because there is no system for improving inaccessible businesses. The onus then falls on people with disabilities, which exhausts us and prompts us to simply take our business elsewhere. After 34 years of experiencing this, I have decided I will do my best to voice my concerns, politely, from now on. This is hard for me, but I do it in hopes of improving the businesses I experience. If you are within minimal standards for the state, and that is good enough for your business, that is your right; however, you have now been told that these minimal standards exclude a large portion of the disabled population. You must now decide if you will use this information to improve your business over time, or not.When I shared my experience with my friends and family, they came to my defense. I did not write a review – until now. Instead, I reached out to JK and Dr. Jeong directly, via email, on April 28th. It is now May 11th, and all of the reviews from my friends have received defensive public replies, but you have not responded to me. This seems to be your chief complaint in my visit to your office. I did not continue to engage with you in person, as I was very emotional and no effort was made on the part of the doctor to engage with me. So, I emailed you. I did this to share my experience, calmly, in hopes that you will see that your current approach is not inclusive and needs to be amended. Perhaps you are meeting minimum standards for accessibility, but would you accept minimum standards in terms of eyecare? Likely not. I encourage you to take this feedback and remember it the next time you discuss whether or not it is financially or morally worth it to obtain a retractable exam chair. I hope you will then choose more than the minimum standards, and truly embrace a business model of caring for all people.I am not interested in continuing this conversation and I will not respond to additional comments. On April 27th, I resumed my search for an eye exam and located (easily) accessible, accommodating, kind, eyecare from businesses who strove to select equipment and offices which allow for more than the minimum standard of accessibility.
Leticia Chairez
Leticia Chairez
16:03 10 May 23
I came to Envision EyeCare to shop for glasses because I have a high prescription and was having SO much trouble finding good glasses. They are out-of-network for my insurance. But, he was very knowledgeable, kind, and took care with finding good glasses for my prescription! He was quick and there wasn’t any surprise charges that made these glasses or lenses super expensive that you would find at big optical stores. Thank you guys for all your help, you made this process much less frustrating. It was nice to find someone who had experience with people who have high prescriptions. I am grateful and will be coming back!
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