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The Eye Exam
Regular eye exams are essential for your eye health and best vision.
You need eye exams even if you believe your eyes are healthy, because some eye diseases don’t cause symptoms. These include moderate conditions, such as vitreous floaters, and more serious conditions, such as cataracts, and even more serious conditions, such as glaucoma, that cause blindness.
If you have certain medical conditions, such as diabetes, you have an increased risk of eye disease and vision loss. You need regular exams to prevent or diagnose problems before they become serious. Eye exams can also help doctors diagnose health problems such as headaches.
If you wear glasses or contacts, you need regular eye examinations. An eye exam can also tell you if you’re a good candidate for LASIK or another refractive eye surgery.
How Often Should I Have an Eye Exam?
It depends on your age. Regular eye examinations are the best way to protect your vision for a lifetime.
Here are our recommended eye exam intervals:
What Happens At Our Eye Exam?
We check your eye health and look for signs of eye disease. This usually takes less than an hour, and does not hurt.
We ask basic questions about your medical and eye health history.