Eye and Vision Exams

It can be important to have regular exams, especially as you get older. An eye doctor can detect early signs of eye disease and other health problems. This guide will discuss the different types of exams, what to expect at your appointment, and how to prepare for them. We’ll also provide tips for choosing an optometrist and making the most of your visit. If you need eye care, visit us at Eye See serving Lincolnshire, IL.

Eye and Vision Exams

What Is an Eye Exam?

An eye exam is a comprehensive examination of the eyes and visual system. The doctor will evaluate your vision, check for any refractive errors (nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism), and look for any signs of disease or other abnormalities. Complete eye exams may also include a pressure check, which is used to screen for glaucoma.

What Is a Vision Exam?

It is a test of your visual acuity, or how clearly you can see. This is usually done with an eye chart, where you will be asked to read letters of varying sizes from a distance. The optometrist will also check your peripheral vision and your ability to see in low light conditions.

What Is the Difference Between Eye Exams and a Vision Exam?

An eye exam is more comprehensive, as it not only tests your visual acuity but also checks for any signs of disease or other abnormalities. However, both types of exams can be important in maintaining good eye health.

What Should I Expect at My Appointment?

When you arrive for your appointment, the eye doctor will first ask about your medical history and any vision problems you may be experiencing. She can then proceed with the examination, which may include a visual acuity test, a pressure check, and an examination of the eyes using a lighted microscope. The eye doctor will also assess your eye movements, coordination, and ability to focus on objects.

How Do I Prepare for My Appointment?

There is no special preparation required for most exams. You might also be asked to remove any contact lenses or glasses you may be wearing.

Visit Us for Eye Exams and Eye Care

Now that you know everything there is to know about exams, be sure to schedule an appointment with our optometrist at Eye See. Regular exams are important for maintaining healthy vision and catching any problems early on. Remember, if you have any questions or concerns about your eyesight, we serve Lincolnshire, IL. Call us at (847) 243-3330 for more information.

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Monday
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday
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Wednesday
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Friday
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Saturday
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Sunday
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