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Val Zudans, M.D.

Board Certified Ophthalmologist


Why do ophthalmologists live ten years longer than other physicians?

Because they di-late

Did you know that approximately 25% of people with no ocular symptoms have underlying conditions requiring management? A simple screening visit can detect various eye disorders, including eyelid skin cancer, cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, and more—many of which can be asymptomatic.

At Zudans Eye, we understand the hesitations people have about eye exams—long wait times and dilation inconveniences. That’s why we offer non-dilated screening visits that usually last less than 15 minutes. No dilation means no waiting for hours with sensitive eyes!

During our non-dilated screenings, we check your vision, perform glare testing, measure eye pressure, and utilize advanced non-mydriatic cameras and ocular coherence tomography (OCT) to capture detailed images of your eye structures. It’s as simple as getting your picture taken, with no dilation involved.

We value your time as much as ours. That’s why our screening results are delivered via telemedicine, eliminating the need to wait for your eyes to dilate or for the doctor to finish with other patients. Whether you’re due for your annual diabetic screening, seeking peace of mind, have a family history of eye conditions, or just prefer regular screenings, our non-dilated exams have you covered.

If any issues are identified during the screening, we’ll promptly arrange a follow-up visit for a comprehensive exam or glasses measurement if needed. Don’t wait for symptoms—schedule your non-dilated screening today and let your peace of mind di-late.

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