Even if you’re not experiencing any noticeable change in your vision, periodic comprehensive eye exams are important, because they allow for the early detection of eye diseases and other eye problems—some of which have no obvious symptoms. Earlier detection allows for earlier treatment and a better visual outcome for most.
An annual eye exam provides a baseline against which to measure future vision changes and the progression of eye disease or other medical problems. Seeing your eye doctor once a year can make a significant difference in your vision, your health, and your quality of life.
We utilize state of the art equipment which allows us to better monitor and control a number of eye problems and diseases.
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Our office is on most medical and routine vision plans. Some of these are Aetna, Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Cigna, VSP, Eyemed, Vision Care Plan and many more. Please contact our office to inquire about your plan.
If you wear glasses or contacts, you know that your vision can change over the course of a year. Even if that change isn’t obvious to you, an updated prescription can make a real difference in your quality of life at work and at home. Everyday activities like reading, driving and working on the computer are a lot more comfortable when you have the right vision correction.