Comprehensive Eye Examination
Our comprehensive eye exam consists of:
- Visual acuity testing to measure the clarity of your sight
- Refractive evaluation to diagnose refractive errors
- Visual field testing to measure your peripheral vision
- Binocular vision assessment for eye muscle coordination
- Dilated pupil examination of the back of your eye, retina, and underlying blood vessels
- Glaucoma testing to measure intraocular fluid pressure
- Testing reading vision by evaluation accommodative status
- Corneal exam to evaluate the health of the cornea, iris, lens and surrounding tissues
- Color vision testing where indicated
During an eye exam, we look at how healthy your eyes are, how well you see, and so much more. Some treatments we may discuss during your exam might include:
- Contact Lens
In addition, we�ll talk about your eye and overall health, which can help with early detection of many serious conditions.
Different age groups may need to schedule exams at different intervals. For instance, babies and small children undergo three major eye exams to track their visual development. Older children and adults may need an eye exam every year if we're watching an eye or vision issue, or every other year at the very least. Seniors aged 60 and older should have annual eye exams to guard against age-related eye and vision disorders.