We will be closed Saturday February 16th in lieu of Family Day on Monday! We hope everyone enjoys the weekend with their family. ❤️
We will reopen on Tuesday February 19!
Eye Exams For the Whole Family
Routine eye exams are important, regardless of your age or physical health. During a complete eye exam, your eye doctor will not only determine your prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses, but will also check your eyes for common eye diseases, assess how your eyes work together as a team and evaluate your eyes as an indicator of your overall health.
Need an Eye Exam to Update Your Prescription?
A comprehensive eye exam includes a number of tests and procedures to examine and evaluate the health of your eyes and the quality of your vision; a glasses or contact lens prescription is only one of these tests. We employ the latest technology for detecting early signs of disease and it’s important to get the health of your eyes checked regularly.
How Often Should I Get My Eyes Checked?
Eye care experts recommend you have a complete eye exam every 1-2 years to assess your risk for potentially damaging eye conditions and keep on top of any changes in vision you may be experiencing.
Adults. Our eye doctor recommends a full eye exam every 1-2 years for adults. Doctors often recommend more frequent examinations for adults with diabetes, high blood pressure and other disorders, because many diseases can have an impact on vision and eye health.
Because the risk of eye disease continues to increase with age, everyone over the age of 60 should be examined annually.
Children. Some experts estimate that approximately 5% to 10% of pre-schoolers and 25% of school-aged children have vision problems. According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), all children should have their eyes examined at 6 months of age, at age 3 and again at the start of school. Children without vision problems or risk factors for eye or vision problems should then continue to have their eyes examined at every year throughout school.
Children with existing vision problems or risk factors should have their eyes examined more frequently. Common risk factors for vision problems include:
- premature birth
- developmental delays
- turned or crossed eyes
- family history of eye disease
- history of eye injury
- other physical illness or disease
The AOA recommends that children who wear eyeglasses or contact lenses should have their eyes examined at least every 12 months or according to their eye doctor’s instructions.