Comprehensive Eye Exam

Think You Don’t Need an Exam? Here’s Why You Do 

Feel like your recent vision screening means you can skip a full eye exam? Think again! Screenings have limitations that a comprehensive eye exam overcomes.

What Screenings Miss

  • Overall Vision: Screenings only check distance sight. They don’t assess near vision, color perception, depth perception, or how your eyes work together.
  • Eye Health: Most importantly, screenings won’t detect eye diseases like glaucoma, macular degeneration, or diabetic retinopathy.
  • Expert Evaluation: Screenings are often done by folks without specialized eye care training and limited equipment.

Comprehensive Exam Advantages

  • Total Eye Care: Exam go beyond the eye chart! We use advanced technology like Optomap for an in-depth look at your eye health, check for glaucoma with the gentle iCare tonometer, and even assess how your eyes work with your overall health in mind.
  • Early Detection: Many eye diseases are treatable if caught early. Don’t risk your sight!
  • Customized Fit: Our Optikam technology ensures your glasses fit perfectly, enhancing your vision and comfort.

How Often Should You Get an Exam?

The American Optometric Association recommends:

  • Every two years if you’re 18-60 with no vision issues.
  • Annually after 61, or more often as your eye doctor suggests.

Don’t Wait – Schedule Your Exam Today!