Dr. Jeffrey S. Kenyon, Dr. Andrea F. Odle
& Dr. Elizabeth R. Wassenaar


385 Mendon Road, Woonsocket, RI 02895

Eye Exams

We Believe The Most Important Part Of The Examination Is Listening To You.

An annual eye exam aids in the early detection of eye diseases, many of which can cause permanent vision loss if left untreated.  Our doctors will provide you with a comprehensive eye examination that personally attends to all your eye health and vision needs.  Our practice continually invests in the newest and most advanced equipment to properly diagnosis and treat eye diseases for patients in RI and MA.  We provide same day service for ocular emergencies and have convenient office hours with night and weekend appointments.

Your Comprehensive Eye Exam will Include:

  • Personal attention
  • Determining an accurate vision prescription
  • An eye pressure reading - elevated eye pressure is a risk factor for glaucoma
  • Evaluation for all eye diseases including cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration
  • Evaluation of systemic diseases found in your eyes such as diabetes, hypertension and elevated cholesterol
  • Pupil dilation to allow for a thorough retinal examination

At the conclusion of the eye exam, your optometrist will review and discuss all of the findings, along with personalized recommendations that best address your concerns and needs.

We also work together with your other health care professionals including primary care physicians, endocrinologists and neurologists, to ensure you are receiving the highest quality care.

Emergency Appointments

We are here for you. If you have an ocular emergency we want to relieve your discomfort as soon as possible and that usually means seeing you that day. If our office is closed, call our emergency line and one of our eye doctors will promptly return your call.

Specialized Testing Instruments

We are continuously updating and adding the most advanced equipment to help us better care for your eyes.  Specialized instruments aid in the early detection of glaucoma.  A digital camera takes a photograph of the retina, which can be compared year after year to track the progression of an eye disease. Whether you live in Rhode Island or Massachusetts, please call our office to schedule your next eye exam.

Laser Vision Correction

If you have ever considered laser vision correction we are here to answer any questions that you may have. Our eye doctors are experienced in laser vision correction pre- and post-operative care and work with some of the finest surgeons in the area. Most of our patients obtain better than 20/20 vision after their laser procedure.

Considering laser correction is a very important decision and our doctors are here to help you make the right choice. You will receive a thorough assessment to see if you are a good candidate for laser vision correction, then your eye doctor will give you an unbiased recommendation based not only on the eye exam findings, but also your needs, expectations and lifestyle.