How Routine Eye Exams Can Save Your Vision

December 31, 2019


Vision loss can happen to anyone regardless of whether they’re in their 60s or still in their 20s. That is why eye exams are so important. Routine eye exams do more than just check your eyesight for changes in prescription. They can also keep your eyes healthy and maintain clear vision for the future.


To help you understand just how important these evaluations are, here is how routine eye exams can save your vision.


Save Your Vision From Disease

Early treatment is key to preventing many common eye diseases like cataracts, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration. However, they often go unnoticed because many do not experience any early symptoms. Fortunately, routine eye exams can detect these diseases in their early stages so your doctor can provide the treatment needed to save your vision.


Restoring Your Vision With Routine Eye Exams

Routine eye exams can help restore vision as well. During these appointments, your doctor will check your eyesight. If there are any changes, your prescription will be updated so you can get the proper contact lenses and glasses necessary for clear vision.


Regular eye appointments are important if you are considering LASIK or other types of permanent vision correction. We work closely with your regular eye doctor to understand your overall eye health. The more details they can provide about your medical history and eye health, the better. Once your vision stabilizes, your doctor can suggest taking the next step and getting vision correction surgery.


From there, we use that information to decide which procedure is right for you. This prevents any complications and ensures you get the best results possible.


How Often Should You Get An Eye Exam?

How often you need an eye exam will depend on your general eye health, but typically, you should get your eyes checked annually to detect any changes in vision and early stages of eye disease. You should also schedule an eye exam any time you experience sudden changes in vision, eye pain, or any other eye issues as these could be signs of serious problems.

For more information about how often you should get a comprehensive eye exam, contact your regular eye doctor or find a doctor near you.


Routine eye exams are essential to proper eye health and will help save your vision from serious diseases. So, always remember to schedule an annual eye exam to preserve your eyesight for years to come.

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