1. Eye Exams
20/20? We’ll be the judge of that. We’re not trying to be bossy, but yearly eye exams are crucial when protecting your eyes’ health. They can indicate more significant health issues, such as high cholesterol and diabetes. Our highly-qualified optometrists can provide comprehensive eye exams and professional advice to help you see clearly and live a healthier, happier life.
How Often Do I Need an Eye Exam?
Adults should undergo eye exams at least once every two years. However, if you are experiencing sudden changes in your vision, you should contact your optometrist immediately. A yearly eye exam is recommended for young children over the age of five.
What Happens During an Eye Exam?
Comprehensive eye exams are essential for much more than just updating your prescription. Using advanced equipment, we can assess your overall eye health, discover early signs of eye diseases, help you manage any age-related changes, and even uncover general health conditions such as Type 2 Diabetes and high cholesterol.
How Long is an Eye Exam?
A comprehensive eye exam typically takes 15-20 minutes to complete.
2. Frames and Lens Selection
With so many eyewear choices, it can be hard to know where to start when picking your new glasses – but don’t worry, we’re here to guide you! Our friendly and knowledgeable team will take the time to understand your style and needs and advise on the best type of frames and lenses based on your lifestyle.
3. Personalized Fittings
When it’s time to pick your pair of glasses, we’ll make any necessary adjustments, confirm the accuracy of your vision, and ensure that your frames fit you comfortably and perfectly.
4. Repairs and Adjustments
If your glasses don’t fit as comfortably as they should, or they’re broken or require a good clean and polish, we’re always here to help – no matter where you bought them.
5. Contact Lens Exam & Fitting
While we firmly believe that everyone deserves a fantastic pair of glasses to match their style, there is no denying the benefits & convenience offered by contact lenses. For those looking for an alternative to spectacles, these are a perfect solution.
Because contact lenses rest directly on the eye’s cornea, they must fit properly. The better the fit, the safer and more comfortable the contact lenses will be. So during a contact lens exam, our optometrists will:
- Perform a comprehensive eye exam to determine your suitability for contact lenses.
- Take detailed measurements to determine the shape and size of your cornea & ensure a proper fit.
- Provide a contact lens consultation to advise you on contact lens wear & care