See the Difference a Regular Eye Exam Makes
If you’re between the ages of 20 and 64, you should have an eye exam every 2 years. Once you’re 65, you should have yearly eye examinations. Regular check-ups are the most effective way to prevent the progression of eye disease and keep you seeing your best.
Eye Exams Customized for You
Everybody needs eye exams, but not everyone needs the same eye exam. That’s why we customize every eye exam for each individual patient we see.
Most eye exams take about an hour. During that time, we get to know you and your eye care needs. Depending on your history and eye health, we’ll customize the diagnostic tools we use to examine your eyes. Our office has modern equipment for retinal imaging, intraocular pressure testing, and keratometry readings so we can truly understand what’s happening with your ocular health and vision.
Eye disease becomes an increasing concern as we age, but vision loss due to eye disease isn’t inevitable. Regular eye exams are the best way to protect your eyes from eye disease. At your check-up, we’ll use advanced diagnostic equipment to test your eyes for any irregularities. We’ll also get to know your health history so we can monitor your eyes for risk factors, hereditary concerns, and other issues like glaucoma, cataracts, and age-related macular degeneration.
Everyone’s eyes are different, which is why we offer a variety of different contact lens types. If you’ve struggled to find comfortable contact lenses in the past or you’ve been told contact lenses aren’t for you, we likely have a specialty lens to suit your unique needs. For those with ageing eyes, we offer multifocal contact lenses for presbyopia. We also offer scleral and hybrid lenses for patients with astigmatism. We can talk more about which contact lenses are right for you at a contact lens exam.