Full-service eye care

Enjoy total eye care for your entire family with Bridge Street Vision Care. We're your local, independent source for quality optometry services.

Comprehensive eye exam

Our eye examinations focus on your individual vision needs, your binocular vision status, and your anterior and posterior segment eye health.  The results of this eye examination will lead to the most accurate eyeglass prescription.


A dilated pupil examination is recommended for early detection of sight-threatening ocular diseases and ocular side effects of systemic diseases such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and high cholesterol.

Contact lens exam

Our contact lens fittings are at an additional cost to the full eye examination.  We offer newest innovations in contact lens materials and care systems to provide optimum vision correction, comfort, and corneal health.


Daily, extended and continuous wear contact lenses are available.  We fit a variety of contact lenses, including toric lenses for correction of astigmatism, multifocal and monovision contact lenses that prevent the need for additional reading glasses, rigid gas permeable lenses, and many others.


Retinal Imaging

By taking high-resolution pictures inside the eye, we can use a digital imaging system to record a detailed photo of the retina.


Retinal photography assists in the detection and management of conditions such as macular degeneration, hypertensive retinopathyoptic nerve disease, diabetic changes and retinal holes or thinning.

Visual Field testing

Visual field testing is most frequently used to detect any signs of glaucoma damage to the optic nerve.  In addition, visual field tests are useful for detection of central or peripheral retinal disease, eyelid conditions such asptosis or drooping, optic nerve disease, and diseases affecting the visual pathways within the brain. The visual pathways carry information from the eye to the visual or occipital cortex in the brain, where this information is processed into vision.

Dry eye management

Your tears function to protect the eyes and keep them lubricated and comfortable. Chronic Dry Eye Disease is the decline of the quantity and/or quality of the tears produced. It is caused when the tear glands in the upper and lower eyelids do not produce enough tears, or they don’t produce the right kind of tears. This phenomenon causes irritation, scratchiness, burning, redness, and discomfort.


Ask Dr. Ihne or Dr. Bong what treatments are currently available.