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LEGACY VISION CENTER

Legacy Vision Center is an ocular health and wellness center where patients in the Rochester, New York, area can receive complete medical eye care. Dr. Jason Moore is dedicated to providing the best care for his patients through state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and advanced treatments. 

At Legacy Vision Center, all eye exams are performed by Dr. Moore, not a technician.  We believe that when you schedule your appointment, you expect to see an eye doctor and that is exactly who you will see!

We are conveniently located inside Eyemart Express so after your exam, you can pick out your perfect pair of glasses.  Eyemart Express is able to get 80% of all glasses completed in an hour!

ABOUT US

Serving the Rochester area of upstate New York, Legacy Vision Center is conveniently located in Greece, NY. With convenient online appointment scheduling, you may be able to get a same-day appointment. We also happily accept walk-in patients needing same-day glasses or contact lens exams. Some of the services offered at Legacy Vision Center include:
 

  • Glasses exams

  • Digital retinal exams

  • Visual fields

  • Topography

  • Advanced eye care

  • Advanced contact lenses

  • Glaucoma management

  • LASIK management

  • Cataracts

  • Dry eye clinic

  • Online contact lens ordering

About Us

Our Team

Dr. Jason Moore

Dr. Jason Moore graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 2002. With over 20 years of practice in medical optometry, Dr. Moore specializes in ocular care, including advanced contacts.

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Our Services

OUR SERVICES

Comprehensive
Eye Exams

A comprehensive eye exam checks your vision and overall eye health. This includes looking for early signs of eye disease (such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and more) before symptoms appear. Most adults should schedule an eye exam every two years, but anyone with a family history of eye disease should schedule an exam once or twice every year.

Contact Lens
Exams

To get the most comfortable fit for new or returning contact lens users, Dr. Moore performs a complete contact lens exam. This allows him to determine your prescription and select the best type, modality, and brand for your needs.

Sports Vision
Training

To enhance your skills in any sport, sports vision training can help your hand-eye coordination, reaction time, tracking focusing, peripheral vision, and overall dynamic visual acuity. Starting with basic vision tests, Dr. Moore will assess your specific needs and develop a custom program of vision training exercises.

LASIK
 

For patients with refractive vision problems, LASIK laser eye surgery can improve your vision so you can see clearly without glasses or contact lenses. LASIK is typically used to treat nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism. If you’re interested in improving your vision, schedule an appointment at Legacy Vision Center so Dr. Moore can determine if you’re a good candidate for LASIK.

Pediatric
Eye Care

Ensure your child’s vision is developing correctly by scheduling their first eye exam at six months. A follow-up appointment should be scheduled around 2-3 years, and regular appointments for school-age children can ensure their learning isn’t affected by visual problems. Some signs that your child may be experiencing visual problems include squinting, excessive blinking or eye rubbing, frequent headaches, and covering their eyes when they want to focus.

Geriatric
Eye Care

The risk of developing eye disease increases with age, which is why everyone over 65 years old should schedule eye exams at least once a year. Many eye diseases (like cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration) do not have symptoms in the early stages, but Dr. Moore can detect problems with advanced imaging tests that will allow for early diagnosis and better treatment options.

Primary Care
 

Even if you can see clearly without glasses or contact lenses, it’s still important to schedule regular appointments with an optometrist. An eye exam every 1-2 years will check the overall health of your eyes, including tests for early signs of eye diseases, like cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.

Dry Eye
Treatment

If you have chronic dry eye, schedule an appointment at Legacy Vision Center to learn more about your treatment options. Dr. Moore will assess your eyes and determine the cause of your dry eye. Depending on the cause, you may need medicated eye drops, medication, special contact lenses, or a procedure on the tear ducts.

Eye Emergencies
 

If your eyes are red or you have symptoms of pink eye (swollen eyes, discharge, sensitivity to light), contact Legacy Vision Center to schedule an emergency eye appointment. It’s important to get treatment as soon as possible to relieve discomfort and prevent long-term damage to your vision.

Cataracts
 

When cataracts develop, they cloud the eye lens and lead to blurry vision. However, regular eye exams can detect cataracts before vision problems start. All adults (especially those over 40) should schedule annual appointments with an optometrist to check for cataracts and other eye diseases before symptoms appear.

Glaucoma
 

Glaucoma is an eye disease where fluid builds up in the eye, creating pressure that damages the optic nerve. Most people don’t realize they have glaucoma until they begin to lose their vision, but regular eye exams check for early signs of glaucoma and can be crucial to catching and treating the eye disease early.

OCT
 

At Legacy Vision Center, we offer optical coherence tomography (OCT) scans to detect eye disease. A non-invasive retinal scan, OCT, can help Dr. Moore better see the layers of the retina and notice small changes over time to diagnose early signs of glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, and age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

Visual Fields
 

Your visual field is the range that you can see at one time. During an eye exam, Dr. Moore may check your visual fields with tests that measure your color vision, contrast sensitivity, and visual acuity. Visual field testing can be used to detect glaucoma and monitor progression.

Retinal Imaging
 

To assess your optical health, retinal imaging shows the back of the eye, including the retina, the optic disc, and the blood vessels connected to the eye. Retinal imaging can help Dr. Moore with the early detection of diabetes-related eye conditions, macular degeneration, glaucoma, and retinal toxicity.

Dry Eye Testing
 

To properly treat dry eye, the cause must first be determined. Dry eye testing includes a comprehensive eye exam plus tests to measure the volume and quality of your tears. You may also need a tear osmolarity test and to provide tear samples. From the results, Dr. Moore will be better able to determine the cause of your dry eye, which will lead to a custom treatment plan.

FREQUENTLY
ASKED QUESTIONS

  • Do you accept walk-ins?
    Yes! We always welcome walk-ins at Legacy Vision Center.
  • How can I book an appointment?
    Booking an appointment is easy! Simply click the following link: https://legacyvision.vsappointments.com/ and set your preferred time to visit. Want to give us a call instead? We have you covered there too! Just call 585-443-2499 and a live staff member will answer your call!
  • What is your total out-of-pocket exam fee?
    A complete eye exam is $130 without insurance.
  • How much does it cost for a soft contact lens fitting?
    A soft contact lens evaluation is $100.
  • What types of insurance do you take?
    At Legacy Vision Center, we take BCBS, Blue Choice Option, MVP, MVP Option, United Health Care, Humana, Medicare B, Aetna, United Health Care Community Plan, Eyemed, Davis Vision, and Spectera Vision plans.
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Mon: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tues: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Wed: CLOSED

Thur: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Fri: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Sat: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

 

Located on W Ridge Rd near Long Pond, next to AT&T inside the Eyemart Express
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