Comprehensive Eye Exam
Routine eye exams are an important part of good health care. In some cases, serious eye or medical problems are first discovered in a routine exam. Each eye examination will be customized depending on the age group, medical/visual history, and issues of concern for the patient. Listed below are the medical tests performed in most comprehensive eye examinations.
Visual abilities play a big role in early development. Doctors of Optometry recommend infants have their first eye exam between six and nine months of age.
Children should have at least one eye exam between the ages of two and five, and yearly after starting school.
Adults aged 19 to 64 should have an eye exam at least every two years, and people with diabetes should have an exam at least once a year. Other health conditions assessed by your Doctor of Optometry may also warrant more frequent eye examinations.
At age 65 and older, adults should have an eye exam at least once a year. A comprehensive eye health examination should be the key to preserving your vision and making it last a lifetime.
Digital Retinal Image
We recommend that all our patients have this test. It is especially important for those with a history of diabetes, high blood pressure, retinal diseases, flashing lights, decreased vision or a stronger glasses prescription. It’s excellent for diagnosis and comparative analysis of a variety of eye diseases.
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