In-depth Eye Exams for Adults & Seniors

Regular visits to the optometrist are essential to maintaining your vision and diagnosing serious eye issues like glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and cataracts early. With the proper diagnosis and care, 75% of vision loss is preventable and treatable.

If you’re between the ages of 20 and 64, you should have an eye exam at least every two years. For those 65 or older, we recommend you have an eye exam annually.

A Typical Comprehensive Eye Exam

Comprehensive eye examinations typically take about an hour. During that time, your optometrist will use their years of expertise and advanced diagnostic skills and equipment to completely evaluate your ocular health. We evaluate your acuity, test for refractive issues, like myopia, and check for ocular diseases.

Disease Detection

Many of the ocular diseases that cause vision loss and blindness develop slowly and without initial symptoms. In fact, 77% of patients with ocular disease reported having no symptoms at all. When and if you finally notice a change in your vision, the damage is often irreversible. A regular eye exam is the best way to prevent, diagnose, and treat ocular diseases. During your eye exam, we test for diseases like glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and cataracts to protect your sight.

Vision Therapy

We offer a variety of vision therapy treatments for all ages, including children, adults, and seniors. Vision therapy is a non-invasive treatment option to strengthen the relationship between your eyes and your brain, and includes eye exercises, syntonic phototherapy, and brain injury recovery treatment. You can learn more about our services here.