A comprehensive eye exam is important to check your vision, screen for eye disease, and update vision correction prescriptions. This important health check offers valuable information about the health of your eyes and can reveal other health problems that can affect your vision, like diabetes. At Professional Contact Lens and Optical Clinic in Farmington Hills, Michigan, optometrist Tiffany Zair-Yalda, OD, offers comprehensive eye exams to patients of all ages. If you’re due for an eye exam, call today for your appointment or use the online tool to schedule.
Even if you don’t wear corrective lenses or have a chronic eye condition, you should schedule an eye exam at least once every two years.
These appointments are essential preventive steps in maintaining good eye health. Many eye diseases don’t cause symptoms in their early stages, but standard screening tests can detect those diseases.
Plus, you may have changes in your vision that developed so gradually that you didn’t notice them.
If you wear eyeglasses or contact lenses, schedule your eye exam once a year to update your prescription. If you’re over 60, you should have your eyes examined once a year because you’re at greater risk of developing glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and other diseases and conditions that can affect your vision.
A comprehensive eye exam begins with a conversation about your general vision, any eye-related symptoms you’re experiencing, and your overall health. Dr. Zair-Yalda then evaluates your vision and eye health with a series of tests.
Standard tests include:
If you need corrective lenses, you’ll also undergo a retinoscopy and a refraction test.
At Professional Contact Lens and Optical Clinic, you benefit from some of the latest technology available to evaluate your eyesight and eye health. Dr. Yaldo offers these innovative tools to get accurate information about your eyes quickly and efficiently so that you receive the best personalized treatments and services.
You want the best possible eyesight to do your best at work and school. You need your eyes for the most basic functions, including driving and reading.
Routine eye exams ensure that you continue to see clearly and that your eyes are healthy.
When eyesight or eye health complications are detected early, you have a better chance of avoiding vision loss and other issues. Regular eye exams also catch vision changes that can cause headaches or dry eyes due to strain.
Make your appointment for a comprehensive eye exam today. Call the office or schedule online.