Eye Exam

Dr. Bryan Fuller of Tatum Eyecare in Phoenix
Dr. James McPhelan of Tatum Eyecare in Phoenix
Dr Ryan Felten of Tatum Eyecare in Phoenix
Dr. Kenneth O'Daniel of Tatum Eyecare in Phoenix

Getting an Eye Exam in Phoenix

Annual eye exams are perhaps the most important tool you can use to prevent and protect your vision from disease and illness. Whereas a vision screening can be helpful for identifying potentially common vision problems, an eye exam tests every aspect of your vision to detect the onset of serious issues including glaucoma. If you are need a comprehensive eye exam in Phoenix, you can trust the doctors at Tatum Eyecare to place the utmost emphasis on your care.

We have invested in the most cutting edge optometry technology to ensure our patient care is second to none. After all, when it comes to protecting and preserving your vision, short cuts and cost saving measures can put you at risk. From our high tech retinal imaging equipment, to our patient friendly eye pressure tests, you are assured to get the most comprehensive and comfortable eye exam in Phoenix at our clinic!

All exams are scheduled on the half hour. This gives our optometrists ample time to spend with each patient to understand their needs, diagnose their visual conditions and explain any and all options. Whether you are a current patient or you would like to join our eye care family, Tatum Eyecare is here to provide you with the highest quality eye exam in Phoenix. We welcome you to contact us today to schedule your comprehensive eye exam.

Dr. Bryan Fuller

Dr. Bryan Fuller

Dr. James McPhelan

Dr. James McPhelan

Dr. Ryan Felten

Dr. Ryan Felten

Dr. Kenneth O'Daniel

Dr. Kenneth O'Daniel

Optos Retinal Scan

Not a big fan of the dilation drops?  Don’t want to spend the next 5 hours with blurred vision? With the Optos retinal scan technology we can greatly reduce the need to dilate our patients. The picture of the back of the eye produced by the Optos retinal scan is over 4 times wider than with standard techniques through an undilated pupil. This means our doctors can evaluate the health of the back of your eye without the need for drops. Please check out the Optos website to truly appreciate this amazing capabilities of the Optos retinal scan piece of equipment.

Kowa Retinal Camera

While the Optos retinal scan provides us a wider field of view than a traditional retinal camera, the Kowa retinal camera gives us a much more detailed view of the central portion of the retina. We will use the Kowa retinal camera when close monitoring and evaluation of the blood vessels, macula and optic nerve are needed. The Kowa retinal camera ensures we can easily, quickly and safely scan your retina to diagnose any potential vision issues in this portion of the eyes.

ICare Tonometers

No one likes the dreaded puff test! And why would they? After all, having a puff of air shot directly into an open eye is not most people's idea of fun. At Tatum Eyecae, we don’t like it either. So we went out and did something about it! We recently purchased two ICare tonometers (which are devices for measuring eye pressure). Our ICare tonometers allow us to take a pressure measurement in seconds without an irritating, annoying puff of air. These ICare tonometers are so quick and painless that we can even use them on children. However, for any traditionalists that still like the excitement of the puff, we also have the industry’s softest air puff tonometer we can use in place of our new ICare tonometers.