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Comprehensive Eye Exams

Routine eye exams are a vital piece of preventive eye care. Without routine eye exams, eye and vision issues often go undetected, due to the fact that most eye disorders have no clear symptoms. The early diagnosis and treatment of vision abnormalities can prevent vision loss and improve overall well-being.

adult eye examComprehensive eye exams are an important part of your overall health routine, no matter how old, young or healthy you are. During an annual eye exam your Optometrist will check your eyes for common eye diseases, determine how well your eyes are working together as a team and assess your eyes as an indicator of your overall health. This comprehensive annual eye exam includes a number of tests and procedures that vary from simple, having you read an eye chart, to complex, using a high-powered lens to examine the health of the tissue inside your eyes.

Optomap Ultra Widefield Retinal Imaging

One of our most useful tools is OptoMap Imaging: Optomap, offers unparalleled views of the retina which provide your Optometrist with the following:

  • The only anatomically correct 200⁰ or 82% image of the retina
  • Simultaneous view of the central pole, mid-periphery and periphery
  • Multiple retinal imaging to see more, discover more and treat more patient diseases and pathology, more effectively


Please visit our Equipment section to view our State-of-the-Art Equipment and the vital information that each piece provides us during your comprehensive eye exam.

It is recommended that any adult who wears eyeglasses or contacts have an annual eye exam. Even if you don’t normally need vision correction, you still need an eye exam every year, to check for common age-related eye problems such as presbyopia, cataracts and macular degeneration. Optometrists may recommend more frequent eye examinations for adults with diabetes, high blood pressure and other disorders, because many of these diseases, and others, can have an impact on vision and eye health.

And, of course, because the risk of eye disease continues to increase with advancing age, everyone over the age of 60 should also be examined annually. So a good rule of thumb is regardless of your age, health or current vision situation to have a comprehensive annual eye exam.

We are committed to providing quality eye care for you and your family.