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Comprehensive Eye Examinations

Comprehensive examination of the eye provides a thorough assessment of the eyes and visual system, expert analysis, and personalized care. Examination of the eye can find signs of serious illnesses such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, stroke, and autoimmune disorders, as well as risks for vision loss such as glaucoma and macular degeneration.

A comprehensive eye examination should include:

  • Medical History--review of medications and health, including family history

  • Visual acuity--measurement of how clearly each eye is seeing

  • Depth perception

  • Color vision

  • Eye muscle movements and eye alignment

  • Peripheral field of vision

  • Pupillary reactions

  • Corneal topography when indicated

  • Refraction--determining the prescriptive lenses that allow you to see your best

  • Eye focusing and movement

  • Ocular health to include examination of the front and back of the eye as well as pressure within the eye

Adults at risk for eye disease and/or loss of vision should have their eyes examined more frequently. Increased risk includes:

  • Personal or family history of ocular disease

  • History of diabetes and/or high blood pressure

  • Belonging to certain racial and ethnic groups

  • System health conditions with potential ocular manifestations

  • Functioning vision in only one eye

  • High or progressive refractive error

  • Contact lens wear

  • Use of prescription drugs with ocular side effects

  • Other eye-related health concerns or conditions

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