Honor Your Eyes & Doctor with Annual Eye ExamsAuthor: Dr. William TulloMarch 9, 2016
Did you know that March 30th is National Doctors' Day? A perfect way to celebrate is by getting an eye exam.
Annual eye exams allow your eye doctor
to track changes in your eyes over time, test all major aspects of your vision, and discuss treatment options if needed. It's a small investment of time that plays an important role in your long-term vision health.
An Annual Eye Exam Is Just What the Doctor Ordered
An annual eye exam by an eye care professional
is more in-depth than the basic eye exam that you get from your primary care physician during your yearly physical. A thorough eye exam is an important tool for addressing vision problems, and catching potential problems in their earliest stages.
In addition to vision health, your eyes provide some clues about your overall health. Diabetes, for example, causes damage to the blood vessels in the eye that your eye doctor may be able to spot during your eye exam.
An accurate diagnosis is crucial to effective vision correction, and your eye exam provides the detailed data needed to make important treatment decisions. That data is also an important tool for planning your LASIK eye surgery
Scheduling an annual eye exam is easy and more than worth the time. It's one of the most important steps you can take to keep your eyes healthy for the long haul.
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