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Posted on 05-23-2016
May is Healthy Vision Month in Sandy Springs! Please take a few minutes this May to learn about the importance of eye exams and how they can help keep your eyes and vision healthy.
Eye exams are important not only to your eye health, but to your whole body health too. Early indicators of high cholesterol, diabetes, and other conditions are found in your eyes. Let our optometrist check your eyes for signs of eye conditions, overall health conditions, and vision changes. We may refer you to an eye surgeon or medical practitioner for follow-up care, or provided needed care to keep your eyes healthy.
We can evaluate your prescription and update your prescription for glasses or contacts so you can see clearly. We might suggest you take vitamins or supplements to prevent eye health problems like dry eye or keep your eyes looking their best. If you have questions about your eye health, we are happy to answer them.
Vision screening tests, like those required by the DMV, are no substitute for a comprehensive eye exam. Only an optometry professional can give you a comprehensive eye exam.
By having your eyes checked every year, you can ensure that eye health problems are caught early - when treatment is easier and less expensive. If you notice any changes to your vision, please come in for an eye exam and let us evaluate your vision and eye health. If you need to see an optometrist Sandy Springs optometry professionals welcome you to Eye 1st Vision Center.
At Eye 1st Vision Center, we welcome patients of all ages to come in. It is never too early to make sure that your eyes and vision are healthy. We suggest that you have your vision tested once a year. If you are overdue for an eye exam, why not call today and make an appointment with us here at Eye 1st Vision Center? Fill out our online appointment request form or contact us today at 404-252-1702 to maintain your eye health in Sandy Springs.
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