We offer a variety of services at Eye Desire and Roth Eye Care.

We strive to provide the most comprehensive eye exams and utilize the most technologically advanced ophthalmic equipment.

At our office we provide:


Eye Exams $125
Contact Lens Exams (additional $65-95)
Optos Retinal Imaging $39 (optional)

During a complete eye exam, Dr. Roth will not only determine your prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses, but also check your eyes for common eye diseases that could lead to vision loss, assess how your eyes work together as a team and evaluate your eyes as an indicator of your overall health.


What to expect:
Cornea measurements
- An instrument called a keratometer will be used to measure the curvature of your eye's cornea (clear front surface).These measurements help your eye doctor choose the proper curve and size for your contact lenses.
- Because the keratometer measures only a small, limited section of the cornea, additional computerized measurements of your cornea (corneal topography) may be performed. Corneal topography provides extremely precise details about surface characteristics of the entire cornea.


Orthokeratology (OrthoK) is the use of specially designed contact lenses that act as a vision retainer to gently and gradually reshape the front surface of the eye (the cornea) to eliminate or reduce nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism and in some cases presbyopia(the need for reading glasses).

It is an alternative to laser surgery and is a form of vision correction that is being utilized all around the world. The vision retainers are similar to contact lenses and are only worn at night while sleeping. They are then removed upon awakening to provide clear vision without using glasses or daytime contact lenses!

At Eye Desire, Dr. David Roth has named his Orthokeratology program "Gentle Molding Therapy" or GMT.


We offer a variety of contact lens services at Eye Desire and Roth Eye Care. Dr. David Roth and Dr. Ashley Roth fit and design specialty contact lenses.

What are specialty contact lenses? While They can include complicated soft contact lens prescriptions and specially designed gas permeable contacts. For people who have very high or uncommon prescriptions, past eye surgeries, eye diseases and/or conditions that cannot use soft contact lenses can benefit from a specialty rigid gas permeable contact lens.