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of age, family history, or health, regular eye exams are crucial. These exams not only help maintain good vision and detect the need for corrective lenses, but they can also serve as a early warning system for various serious eye conditions. It's important to schedule regular eye exams, regardless of personal circumstances.

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  1. Visual acuity test - to measure your sharpness of vision.

  2. Refraction test - to determine the correct prescription for glasses or contacts.

  3. Pupil response test - to evaluate the function of the pupils and check for any abnormalities.

  4. Eye muscle test - to assess the movement and coordination of your eyes.

  5. Glaucoma test - to check for damage to the optic nerve caused by increased pressure in the eye.

  6. Eye health evaluation - to check for signs of eye diseases or conditions such as cataracts, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.

  7. Evaluation of the eyelids, cornea, iris, and lens - to check for any abnormalities.

The optometrist may also discuss your medical history and ask about any symptoms you may be experiencing. The purpose of a comprehensive eye exam is to ensure the health of your eyes and maintain good vision.

What does a Comprehensive Eye Exam involve?

A comprehensive eye exam typically includes several tests and procedures to evaluate the health of your eyes and determine your visual acuity. The exam may include:

When and Why We Should Receive an Eye Exam

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Once a Year
Detect Any Eye Diseases
Maintain Optimal Eye Health
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