Opulent Eyes Optometry brings eye exams into the 21st century, and beyond. Using highly advanced eye care tech, we can make your eye exams more comfortable, more thorough, and less invasive than ever before.
As long as your eyes are working properly, you probably don’t think about them all that much. But what if they’re not working properly and you don’t even notice? Eye diseases like glaucoma and macular degeneration can cause such gradual damage that, by the time you notice vision loss, it could be too late to do much about it.
Getting regular eye exams gives your optometrist a chance to check in on your ocular health and look for any potential problems that might not cause symptoms. By tracking changes to your eye health, we can catch diseases before they permanently impact your vision.
The American Optometric Association recommends that most adults between the ages of 18 and 60 have an eye exam every two years or so. However, there are lots of factors that could influence your eye health, like diabetes, smoking cigarettes, or even just daily screen time. These kinds of factors mean that you should have an exam more often.
Be sure to ask your optometrist how often you need to have your eyes checked and follow their recommendation.
People over 60 years old are at a higher risk of developing eye diseases and other issues like cataracts. According to the American Optometric Association, it’s best to have your eyes checked once a year after you turn 60 unless your optometrist tells you to come in more frequently.
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