Routine Eye Exams Prevent Vision Loss Before It Happens
Everyone needs an annual eye exam. You must get one to make sure your eyes are healthy, and to see if you need a new or adjusted prescription on your glasses or contact lenses.
Ideally, everyone should start getting annual eye exams in childhood. Even babies can get their eyes examined at a qualified optometrist.
If you or your child have never had an eye exam, you may be wondering what to expect. The good news is that eye exams are non-invasive, and are incredibly predictable from year to year. What goes into them does not change much.
“Very informative session and the doctor gave me several options to consider for my eye condition. Totally impressed with his attention for explaining medical details. True medical professional and his entire staff are very welcoming, Will definitely recommend him to any person looking for eye care.” - Diane G.
Bucks & Briggs Eye Specialist offer Eye Exams for:
- Glaucoma testing
- Age Related Macular Degneration
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Corneal Disorders
- Vision testing
- Peripheral vision testing
- Lens testing
- Eye pupil dilation