Volusia Eye Associates provides complete optical, medical and surgical care right here in New Smyrna Beach. Call today to find out if we are providers of your insurance. Every service starts with a comprehensive exam. During your eye exam, we will ask you questions about any symptoms or issues you are experiencing, medications you are currently taking, any blurry vision, your work environment, and your overall health. Family history and previous eye or vision conditions will also be discussed during this part of the examination.
The latest technology in IOLs offer better depth of vision and may even allow you to eliminate the need for corrective lenses once and for all. Dropless cataract surgery is also available.
Learn more about our cataract surgery options.
Glaucoma is treatable with early detection, however, in some cases, it may require surgery.
Learn more about our Glaucoma surgery options.
This is a common procedure performed by our skilled eye surgeons.
A Pterygium is a triangle shaped tissue growth in the eye, located in the thin membrane that covers the white area of your eye. While relatively common, the best method of prevention is to protect your eyes from ultraviolet light. It may also be referred to as Surfer’s Eye. During your eye exam, our doctors will determine if surgery is needed for removal.
The eyes are the only place in the body that a doctor can evaluate the blood vessels without cutting.
With diabetes, it is important to be evaluated by an eye doctor yearly to ensure the retinal blood vessels are healthy and no diabetic retinopathy is present. With diabetic retinopathy, the walls of the blood vessels lose their integrity and leak into the retina. In most cases, if the blood vessels in the eyes are compromised, the rest of the body is experiencing the same damage.
Call today for a diabetic eye exam! (386) 427-4143
Whether you’ve worn contacts in the past, currently wear contacts, or would like to be fit in contacts for the first time:
Dr. Heck provides a full-service contact lens clinic. After a thorough eye examination, Dr. Heck will determine the best type of contact lens for your needs. This is dependent on your occupation, avocation, refractive error, and personal goals. An evaluation of the surface of the eye is required to determine the best lens for each patient. Contact lenses come in the soft or rigid gas permeable form.
Soft contact lenses are most common and come in prescriptions able to correct for astigmatism, high refractive error, and presbyopia.
Rigid gas permeable lenses can be used to correct vision in patients with irregular corneas from cornea transplant surgery, keratoconus, corneal dystrophy, or trauma. They can also be used to relieve symptoms of dry eye.
Ask about a contact lens fitting when making your next appointment.
We offer a full optical boutique with a variety of frames and sunglasses from affordable to leading eyewear brands. We use high-quality prescription lenses from trusted labs.
Learn more about our frames and prescription lenses. Learn more about prescription sunglasses.
A simple non-surgical procedure administered by Dr. Routh to temporarily reduce those moderate to severe frown lines between the brows, on the forehead and around the eyes.
Do you want thicker eyelashes without having to add gobs of mascara? Latisse is a prescription treatment for thicker, darker and longer eyelashes.