Undergoing a comprehensive eye exam on a regular basis is an essential part of your overall health care strategy. Annual eye exams allow your optometrist to identify and track subtle changes in your eye health and vision, which may indicate that problems are forming.
To help safeguard your eye health and sight, Central Optometry offers a variety of eye exams tailored to suit your needs.
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Adult & Senior Eye Exams
Adults should see their optometrist at least once every two years, and seniors should undergo an eye exam annually. However, your optometrist may recommend you visit more frequently, particularly if you are predisposed to eye disease or have a strong or fluctuating prescription.
For more information, please visit our Adult & Senior Eye Exams page.
Children’s Eye Exams
Clear vision plays a critical role in your child’s development. Being able to see clearly helps your child learn, both inside and outside the classroom. If your child is experiencing problems with their vision or eye health, it is imperative that these issues be identified and addressed as soon as possible.
Children should have their eyes examined annually. However, depending on your child’s unique needs, their optometrist may suggest they visit more frequently.
For more information about the importance of annual eye exams to your child’s development, please visit our Children’s Eye Exams page.
Diabetic Eye Exams
Diabetes is a systemic disease that affects our bodies in many ways, and can negatively impact our vision and eye health. Individuals with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes should undergo a comprehensive eye exam at least once per year, even if they have stable blood sugar levels and are not currently experiencing other eye or health problems.
For more information about how diabetes can impact your vision and eye health, please visit our Diabetic Eye Exams page.
Contact Lens Exams & Fittings
Every eye is unique, so you can’t take a one-size-fits-all approach to contact lenses. That is why Central Optometry offers comprehensive contact lens exams and fittings, which allow us to determine which style and brand of contact lenses is best suited to your eyes and lifestyle.
Improperly fitted contact lenses are a health and safety risk. They can cause discomfort, as well as corneal damage, which could compromise your vision.
For more information about the contact lens fitting process, and to learn about the different specialty contact lenses we offer, please visit our Contact Lens Exams & Fittings page.
Are you due for an eye exam? Book your next appointment today.