Screening or routine eye health examinations serve to uncover previously undetected vision disorders that can potentially threaten one’s vision. Adults over age 65 and children under age 20 should have routine eye health examinations regularly. All other patients with normal vision may be examined every other year. As part of a routine eye health exam, our doctors examine your eyes to assess your vision, determine the need for glasses (refraction) as well the general health of your eye. If a medical eye condition is known, or discovered during this routine eye health exam, a separate appointment for a medical exam must then be made to address these issues.
ATTENTION CONTACT LENS WEARERS: A contact lenses evaluation appointment is separate from a routine eye health examination appointment. This ensures the proper fit, dispensing and lens care for our contact lens patients.