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Posted on 11-03-2016
Are you seeing your very best right now? You might not be. And that's one very good reason that we at Optics Plus recommend an eye exam every year for our valued patients just like you. Often, you can be experiencing adequate or even subpar eyesight and not even realize it because you have grown accustomed to it. This can happen whether you have existing eyeglasses or contact lenses or if you have never worn prescription lenses before. In addition, it's important that you be screened for the most common eye diseases, because they don't present any symptoms until they have reached a more advanced stage.
With a pair of new or updated glasses or contacts, you can enjoy sharp, clear, outstanding vision again. It's very simple. Just book an eye exam with our office, and our Woodbury eye doctor will do a comprehensive vision test to determine if you need help seeing up close, far away, or at all distances. If so, the appropriate corrective lenses will be prescribed and made right here to address your visual issues. That may mean single vision, bifocal, or even multifocal lenses. There's no reason to struggle with your vision or to settle for seeing “okay.” Our Woodbury eye doctor wants you to see the best that you're capable of. And when it comes to eye diseases such as glaucoma and cataracts, ones that can occur in anyone regardless of age or other circumstances, baseline tests will be conducted to detect their presence. With glaucoma, this is called tonometry. And with cataracts, a slit lamp exam. Other tests will be done as needed to form a diagnosis. And if you have type one or type two diabetes, you will also be screened for diabetic retinopathy. Plus, macular degeneration is tested for in those over 40.
For your optimal vision and maintaining the wellness of your eyes, schedule an eye exam with our office with our Woodbury eye doctor. It's simple, fast, and the benefits to your eyes are undeniable.
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