It is important to get regular and comprehensive eye examinations to help in diagnosing and treating serious eye conditions and assessing your overall health and how it affects the eyes. After the check, we can tell you how often you should be getting an eye exam. We believe that an eyeglass prescription is only a part of proper eye care. A thorough exam is necessary to evaluate and preserve your eye health.
A comprehensive eye examination is relatively simple comfortable for all ages and shouldn’t take more than 45 to 60 minutes.
The following aspects will be examined during a comprehensive eye examination:
- Your medical history
- Your visual acuity
- Your pupils
- Your side vision
- Your your eye alignement and movement
- Your prescription for corrective lenses
- Your eye pressure
- The front surface of your eye
- Your retina and optic nerve
Each part of the comprehensive eye exam provides important information about the health of your eyes. Dr. Kramer ensures that you are getting a complete examination as part of your commitment to your overall health.