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You may be under the impression that eye exams are only for people who require glasses, but we are here to tell you that is not the case. Everyone needs regular eye exams and checkups which is why it’s important to schedule visits with your eye doctor regularly in order to stay on top of your vision and general eye health.

There are numerous eye diseases that affect your vision such as glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration which cause slow but permanent damage all the while leaving the person asymptomatic. Regular eye exams allow us to detect any minor changes to your vision and catch early signs of disease. Annual wellness eye exams are key to maintaining eye health.

When is the right time for an eye exam?

Everyone, regardless of age, should receive a comprehensive eye exam at least once per year. This keeps your prescription current and allows your eye care provider to monitor changes in your ocular health. 

Sometimes depending on certain eye conditions and issues, you may benefit from more frequent visits.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is it important to have regular eye examinations?
Regular eye examinations are crucial for maintaining good eye health and detecting any potential vision problems or eye conditions at an early stage. These exams help identify refractive errors like nearsightedness or farsightedness, as well as more serious conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, or macular degeneration. By undergoing routine eye exams, patients can prevent or manage vision issues, maintain optimal eye health, and ensure early intervention for any detected problems.
How often should I schedule an eye examination?
The frequency of eye examinations depends on various factors, including age, overall health, and any existing eye conditions. As a general guideline, it is recommended that adults with healthy eyes should have a comprehensive eye exam every two years. However, individuals over the age of 60, those with diabetes, a family history of eye diseases, or other risk factors may require more frequent exams. Children should have their first eye examination around the age of 6 months, followed by subsequent exams at the ages of 3 and 5, and then every two years thereafter.
What can I expect during a general eye examination?
During a general eye examination, your optometrist will perform several tests and assessments to evaluate your vision and eye health. These may include a visual acuity test to measure your ability to see clearly, a refraction test to determine your eyeglass prescription, an eye muscle movement test, a visual field test to check your peripheral vision, and a dilated eye exam to examine the structures at the back of your eye. Your optometrist may also evaluate your eye pressure, assess your eye coordination, and inquire about your medical history and any vision concerns you may have. The specific tests conducted may vary based on individual needs and any existing eye conditions.