Modern eyecare is more than simply reading an eyechart, it is the detection of sight threatening diseases and correction of sight hindering conditions. Routine eye examinations are an integral part of good healthcare. In some cases, serious eye or medical problems are first discovered in a routine exam. In fact, the earlier a potential problem is diagnosed, the better the prognosis for treatment. This is especially true of amblyopia (‘lazy eye’) and strabismus (mis-aligned eyes) in children, and glaucoma in adults. Many eye problems are asymptomatic or silent and depend on a thorough eye examination for diagnosis.
For people between the ages of 4 and 40, a routine eye exam is recommended every 2-3 years to detect eye problems. Eye exams are recommended every 1-2 years for people over age 40 when there is an increased prevalence of presbyopia, cataracts and other eye conditions. For people over 65, yearly examinations are highly recommended. Our examinations are bulk-billed under Medicare.
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