Optometry | Patient Resources

We are now accepting new patients! If you are a first time patient, or have not had an eye examination in some time, we invite you to review our services and book an appointment with us, today. We recommend that you arrive to your appointment, 10 - 15 minutes early in order to fill out our patient registration form. You may also download this form below and fill it out before hand! Please review the resources and Contact Us if you have any further questions.

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Comprehensive Eye Examinations

As a Doctor of Optometry, Dr. Punzal will perform several tests on your vision and will screen your eyes for ophthalmic disorders. He will then discuss your test results, explain your prescription, and give you a better understanding of your overall ophthalmic health.

Click any of the links below to read more about what is included in a Full Comprehensive Eye Examination!

Case History:

Obtaining relevant medical information useful to diagnose and provide treatment to the patient.

Visual Acuity:

A test of your ability to see sharply and clearly at all distances.

Current Prescription Check:

An evaluation of your current eyeglass prescription.

Color Vision:

A test to measure the perception of colors.

Visual Fields:

A test to measure your peripheral vision.

Focusing Ability:

A test to measure your eyes ability to change focus.

Visual Coordination:

A test for eye coordination and eye muscle control.

Corneal Pachymetry:

A measurement of the thickness of the cornea.

Corneal Topography:

Imaging process for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea, which aids in the diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment of various visual conditions.

Stereopsis:

A measurement of your depth perception.

Tonometry:

A measurement of your internal eye pressure to screen for glaucoma.

Refraction:

A test for your eyes ability to focus light rays exactly on the retina at distance and close-up.

Internal & External Eye Health:

We perform an internal and external examination of your eyes for signs of possible disorders, such as cataracts, glaucoma or retinal problems.

Gonioscopy:

A measurement used to diagnosis and monitor glaucoma and related diseases.

Fundus Photography:

Photographs of the eye for documentation and teaching purposes.

Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT):

A high definition scan of the eye.

Patient Registration

For your convenience, we have provided a link to our patient forms. Click on the link below to download our forms ahead of time so that you can bring them to your appointment.


Patient Registration Form

Medical Insurance

We participate in many insurance plans, including, but not limited to the following:

  • • Aloha Care
  • • AARP by UHC
  • • CIGNA
  • • Eyemed
  • • Hawaii Carpenters Union
  • • Hawaii Laborers Union
  • • HMA, Inc.
  • • HMAA
  • • HMSA – Hawaii Medical Service Association
  • • Humana
  • • Kaiser
  • • Medicare
  • • Medicaid/Quest
  • • Ohana
  • • Tricare
  • • UHA – University Health Alliance
  • • VSP

Book An Appointment

We conveniently offer appointments 6 days a week, including late afternoons and Saturdays.

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