Comprehensive Eye Exam

In addition to assessing your visual acuity, Dr. Tran will examine and detect common eye diseases and assess how your eyes are functioning together. Your eye health may be considered one of the most important aspects of your comprehensive eye exam. Diabetes, high blood pressures, retina cancer, and glaucoma are often first detected during an eye exam.

When to have an eye exam

Several factors may determine how frequently you need an eye exam, including your age, health and risk of developing eye problems. General guidelines are as follows:
For children under 3, your pediatrician will likely look for the most common eye problems — lazy eye, crossed eyes or misaligned eyes. If there are eye concerns or symptoms, an examination is appropriate at that time regardless of age. Your child could undergo a more comprehensive eye exam between the ages of 3 and 5.
Have your child’s vision checked before he or she enters first grade. If your child has no symptoms of vision problems and no family history of vision problems, have his or her vision rechecked every one to two years. Otherwise, schedule eye exams based on the advice of your eye doctor.

In general, if you are healthy and you have no symptoms of vision problems, have your eyes checked on this schedule:

Every two to five years your 20s and 30s
Every one to two years from 40’s
Every year from 50’s and years after
Have your eyes checked more often if you:

Wear glasses or contact lenses, your prescription is only valid for One Year!
Have a family history of eye disease or loss of vision
Have a chronic disease that puts you at greater risk of eye disease, such as diabetes
Take medications that have serious eye side effects

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Friday 8:30 - 4:00
Saturday-Sunday Closed
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