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If I'm seeing fine, why do I need an eye exam?

why do I need an eye exam?Glaucoma, cataracts, and age-related macular degeneration are just a few of the common eye diseases which affect older patients.

Even if your vision is fine, annual eye health exams can detect eye and systemic diseases in the early stages when it is easier to prevent vision loss.  Help maintain quality of life with good eye care.

People with diabetes, high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis and taking certain medications are especially at risk for eye diseases and vision loss.

Everyone wants to protect the eyesight and overall health for themselves and their loved ones - that is why annual eye exams are important.  Regular eye care and exams can protect and prevent many eye diseases, if detected early.

 Today, a whole range of eye problems can be treated successfully without total vision loss.

Many vision problems can begin at an early age too, so it's important for children to receive proper eye care from the time they are infants.

When should my child have their eyes examined?

When should my child have their eyes examined?We believe that a child should have their eyes examined at six months old, three years, and then every year that they are in school. Studies show that as much as 80% of effective learning is through good vision.

To help your student perform his or her best at academics and sports, schedule their eye health and vision examination every year.


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Special Testing Means Extra Special Eye Care

  • Optical Coherence Tomographer (OCT)
  • Humphrey Visual Field Testing
  • Fundus Photography, or Retinal Digital Imaging

Our OCT helps us better manage glaucoma and diseases of the retina because this technology allows the eye doctor to see the deep tissue layers in the eye. These high-definition images are the only way that they can actually see beneath the surface to the nerve fiber layers where damage occurs. Up until now, eye doctors had to use other tests to indicate damage in this critical area of sight. Common eye diseases such macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma are detected early by the OCT when the diseases can be more effectively treated.

Visual Field testing can help save vision because it is another test used to diagnose or rule out glaucoma and other neurological disorders that affect vision. This simple, but effective service has saved lives by detecting various medical conditions such as strokes, brain tumors, and other neurological defects.

A high-definition digital image of the retinal area helps your eye doctor diagnose and manage eye diseases in the delicate retinal area. Damage to these delicate structures of the retinal area is often the first sign of systemic diseases such as MS, diabetes and more. The retina is the “window to the body” and routine retinal imaging can help your eye doctor monitor the changes in your eye health from year to year.