Illumineyes Vision Care: Expert Comprehensive Eye Exams for All Ages
At Illumineyes Vision Care, we understand it’s easy to think of a comprehensive eye exam as only necessary when you’re experiencing vision problems and other issues. However, the truth of the matter is that you should be checking in with an eye doctor anywhere between one and three years, depending on the condition of your eyes.
The Importance of a Comprehensive Eye Exam
Comprehensive eye exams are important because they give us a clear idea of your eyes’ current condition. By thoroughly assessing your eyes, Illumineyes Vision Care is able to come up with personalized treatment options for you, helping guarantee the best possible outcomes for your vision and general eye health.
What to Expect
At Illumineyes Vision Care, a comprehensive eye exam starts with you reading an eye chart. Tests will follow suit, progressing depending on findings your eye doctor is presented with. After all test results are in, you will be provided with recommendations outlining the best course of action for you take, depending on the results you desire.
When to Get an Eye Exam
Individuals of all ages need regular eye exams, especially where vision and other eye care issues are present. If a child doesn’t have a history of eye disease or injury, do not suffer developmental delays, or was not prematurely born, for instance, they’ll only need an eye exam every two years. Adults with risk factors, such as high blood pressure and diabetes, will require more frequent visits to their eye doctor but those younger than 60 years old are typically fine with appointments every two years. Senior adults, on the other hand, will need eye exams every year.
Schedule a Consultation Today!
IlluminEyes Vision Care welcomes patients from Nashua, Merrimack, Hudson, Lowell, and Tyngsborough. To learn more about what Illumineyes Vision Care can do for you, just give us a call today at (603) 598-1620. We also have an online scheduler you can use to request a consultation and get started right away on properly caring for your eyes.