Comprehensive Eye Exam

    • Check vision, physical health of the eye, and refraction (for glasses).
      • Visual acuity, pupil exam, eye alignment and movement, visual field, eye pressure, cornea, lens, vitreous health, retinal and optic nerve exam.
    • Every adult should have an initial comprehensive eye exam, and if needed, yearly eye exam. Adults who have healthy eyes without a need for glasses or any other risk factors may have eye exams on an as need basis.
    • Adults over age 50 should have an yearly eye exam regardless of their visual symptoms. Cataract, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration and other age-related eye diseases start to affect this age group and regular eye exams are the only way to detect these conditions at early stages.