Comprehensive Eye Exams

Having a comprehensive eye exam is important not only to determine if you are near or farsighted, but also to screen for Glaucoma and detect other ocular diseases which can strike at any age. Many of these eye diseases are preventable if diagnosed and treated early. If you are over 35, we recommend that you have a comprehensive eye examination every two years. For patients over 65, a yearly eye exam is recommended.

During an eye exam, it may be necessary to dilate the pupils of your eyes, making it difficult for you to drive a car after your appointment. You may want to make transportation arrangements.