The risk of blindness can be reduced by 90% with timely treatment and follow-up care.
Schedule your exam
Act preventively and schedule regular comprehensive eye exams. This could help maintain and save your eye health, as well as cut costs for unnecessary medical expenses. Ensure you are making the best investment in your health by scheduling regular eye examination.
Did you know…
- 75% of the American population needs some form of vision correction as adults.1
- 90% of computer and device users experience visual issues or Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS).2
- 80% of what a child learns is visual. Impaired vision can impact schoolwork, behavior, sports and overall development.3
The most impactful investment in overall wellness
A comprehensive eye health exam can detect a number of eye diseases, as well as signs of systemic conditions such as diabetes, thyroid disease, high blood pressure and neurological impairments.
An eye exam takes roughly an hour and consists of a variety of checkups which include a health review, a visual acuity test, refraction test, visual field test, glaucoma test, slit-lamp evaluation and dilation.
All your veins and arteries end in your eyes, making an eye exam vital to overall health. If you are experiencing difficulty reading, blurry vision, seeing rings around lights or seeing dark spots, it’s time for an eye exam.
- VisionExpo summary of the Vision Council’s report, http://www.visionexpoeast.com/Press/Vision-Voice-Newsletter/Vision-Correction-Usage-Increasing-for-the-Vision-Care-Market/
- What Is Computer Vision Syndrome?, 2014
- School-Aged Vision, American Optometric Association, 2014
Source: American Optometric Association, American Academy of Ophthalmology, Prevent Blindness America, National Eye Institute