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Posted on 11-25-2015
Make sure to have an eye exam before the year is over, and new registration for insurance is needed. At Eye 1st Vision Center, we can check patients insurance to see if they’re in the network and what their insurance covers. We do a comprehensive eye and vision exam with a visual acuity test to check for visual distance and reading vision. Even if you have a prescription, you may need an updated one, as vision can change from year to year. Plus, we check eye functionality for an evaluation of light responsiveness, eye muscle capabilities, depth perception, color vision and peripheral vision. Simple tests are also performed to determine if your eyes are focusing and working together properly. If you need vision correction, optometrist Dr. Shida and optometrist Dr. Patel will let you know all of the options, including contact lenses, glasses and LASIK.
Optometry is all about good eye health and seeing the world clearly, and a regular eye exam is crucial to attaining those goals. A regular eye exam can spot eye diseases early, such as glaucoma and macular degeneration. When eye diseases go undiagnosed and unattended, they can progress and cause irreversible damage to the eye and vision capabilities. Early detection is critical in identifying the warning signs and taking quick action to stop its progression. With early diagnosis and intervention, we can help preserve and protect your vision. Get the right vision correction for eye conditions like presbyopia, astigmatism, nearsightedness and farsightedness with an eye and vision exam. We also provide a wide selection of high-fashion frames from Kate Spade, Guess, Gucci and more.
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