Eye Exams

An important part of caring for your eyes is making sure that you’re getting regular eye exams to make sure your eyes are free of disease and your vision is being corrected. An eye exam contains a series of tests that help evaluate your eye health and make sure that all aspects of your vision and eye health are being taken care of.

The Importance of Eye Exams

When it comes to caring for your eyes, there are many issues that you can face that are easily treatable. However, it’s important that these conditions are caught at their earliest stage so that treatment can be simple and easily done. When you get regular eye exams done, you increase your chances of catching any of these issues before they become severe problems, which can help improve your overall health.

As a child, it’s important to get your eyes checked at least once a year, if not more. This helps ensure that your child’s vision is good and that there aren’t any problems that are going undiagnosed. As an adult, you should expect to get an exam done at least once a year to ensure that your prescription is the same and that issues are caught at an early stage.

There are a few different tests that are performed during an eye exam. These tests include:

  • Eye muscle test
  • Visual acuity test
  • Refraction assessment
  • Visual field test
  • Color vision testing
  • Retinal examination
  • Glaucoma tests

    Depending on your age, medical history, and risk of eye disease, you may need more comprehensive and specialized testing to be sure that your eyes are healthy.

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    Find out why eye exams are so important! Contact your eye doctor at Santa Monica Eye Medical Group in Santa Monica, CA, at (310) 829-5475 to schedule your next eye exam today.

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