We truly believe in routine eye examinations so that you can see as clearly as possible. Once you have to get glasses or contacts, it is even more important to watch the health of your eyes. You also need routine checks to ensure your prescription has not changed.
To ensure good eye health and vision, we are very proud to offer the following services:
Comprehensive Eye Exams
On average, we recommend scheduling an appointment once a year to ensure your eyes are remaining healthy. If you have been diagnosed with an eye condition, however, we recommend scheduling an appointment once or twice a year depending on the severity.
During your appointment, we will review your patient history, visual acuity, perform preliminary tests, and evaluate your eyes’ overall health.
Contact Lens Fitting
If you're interested in contact lenses, the first thing you will need is a comprehensive eye examination. During this exam your optometrist will determine your prescription and ensure that your eyes are healthy enough to wear contact lenses. Your comprehensive eye exam will be followed by a contact lens fitting. This will provide the doctor with the information to prescribe contacts. If you're interested in contact lenses just let the doctor know at your appointment.
Nowadays, most people prefer to wear contacts instead of glasses. If you are interested in contact lenses, please let your eye doctor know prior to your appointment. During your exam, we will discuss the various contact lenses available and determine the best option based on your individual needs and lifestyle.
If you already have a prescription and would like to order contact lenses online, please visit our website. www.shopeyeear.online
Hearing loss is the third most common health problem in the United States and is caused by factors such as age, illness, and injury. While hearing loss is a common hearing healthcare problem, there are many ways of evaluating and treating hearing loss effectively.
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Hearing Aid Dispensers, otherwise known as HADs, are licensed professionals who are legally permitted to measure, fit, and sell hearing aids in a certain state or across America. HADs are not trained to provide additional, specialized audiology services like those provided by an audiologist, but instead, concentrate on helping patients find the right equipment and hearing solution for their needs.
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