October 21, 2016
How long has it been since your last comprehensive eye exam? A comprehensive eye exam not only involves checking your glasses and contact lens perscription, but it also is a complete ocular health examination. The eye doctor will carefully check all aspects of your vision. The doctors and staff at Precision Eye Group specialize in comprehensive vision health.
As you prepare for your annual comprehensive eye exam, have you ever asked yourself these questions:
Check out this Eye Exam and Health article from Think About Your Eyes for the answers to these common questions. We look forward to seeing you at your next eye exam!
The eyes play an important role in child development, which is why it’s critical to understand the need for comprehensive eye examinations for children—starting as young as 6-12 months old. Over time, a child’s eyes change in different ways. And when you consider that nearly 80% of learning occurs visually, it’s easy to see why vision health is so important to young, developing brains.
Spring brings a lot of things to mind: Flowers, sunshine, outdoor sports, cookouts, warm weather, and, unfortunately, allergy season. As everyone moves outside with all these wonderful things the warm weather brings, the unlucky majority has to determine how we are going to cope with the itching, sneezing season.
These are common questions and concerns we hear from patients whenever they have something new in their vision. There are several different ways the eyes are affected by these spots or “floaters.” People will notice small transparent floaters from time to time when looking at a bright background (such as the bright sky or a computer screen). But when there is a sudden change in...