ROUTINE & PRIMARY EYE CARE

Routine eye care is vital to your long-term eye health. A professional eye examination can detect refractive errors, eye disease, and other conditions that can affect your eyes. A complete eye exam takes approximately 60 minutes and should include:

A complete history of your current eye symptoms as well as your general health

A measurement of your vision and determination of the power for your current glasses

An eye pressure test for glaucoma

Dilation of your pupils that allows a comprehensive medical exam of the back of your eye

Why are routine eye exams so important?

During a routine eye exam, each eye is examined for signs of serious eye issues. These can include cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, chronic dry eye, blepharitis, and conjunctivitis, among other conditions. Receiving regular eye exams regardless of visual acuity can help detect serious eye problems at the earliest stage, when they are most treatable.

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As a reminder: There is a $75 charge for determining your glasses prescription. Additional charges may apply for determining your contact lens prescription. 

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These tests check for gaps in your side (peripheral) vision. Your complete visual field is the entire area seen when your gaze is fixed in one direction. The complete visual field is seen by both eyes at the same time and it includes the central visual field-which detects the highest degree of detail and the peripheral visual fields.

Visual Field Tests

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These are the most common tests used to evaluate your eyesight. They measure the eye’s ability to see details at near and far distances. The tests usually involve reading letters or looking at symbols of different sizes on an eye chart. Usually, each eye is tested individually and then both eyes are tested together with and/or without corrective lenses. Several types of visual acuity tests may be used.

Visual Acuity Tests

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This test measures the eyes’ need for corrective lenses (refractive error). It is usually done after a visual acuity test. Refractive errors, such as nearsightedness or farsightedness, occur when light rays entering the eye do not focus exactly on the nerve layer (retina) at the back of the eye. This causes blurred vision. Refraction may be done as a part of a routine eye examination for people who already wear glasses or contact lenses, or if the results of the other visual acuity tests show that your eyesight is below normal and can be corrected by glasses. It can also be performed to help follow the progress of treatments or diseases of the eye.

Refractions

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These are the most common tests used to evaluate your eyesight. They measure the eye’s ability to see details at near and far distances. The tests usually involve reading letters or looking at symbols of different sizes on an eye chart. Usually, each eye is tested individually and then both eyes are tested together with and/or without corrective lenses. Several types of visual acuity tests may be used.

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It is estimated that 5-10% of preschoolers and 25% of all school-aged children have vision problems. Get your kids off to a good start in school or sports by scheduling a complete eye exam today!

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