Eye exam

A comprehensive eye exam is essential to support your unique vision needs and overall health. We welcome you to visit For Eyes or an adjacent Independent Doctor of Optometry* for your eye exam. Knowing what to anticipate during your exam can make the experience more informative and less intimidating.

A comprehensive eye exam consists of:

  1. Reviewing any needs or concerns you may have with your vision
  2. Analysis of current glasses / contact lenses
  3. Assessment of overall eye health
  4. Eyes examined individually and together
  5. Personal vision advice
     

 

During an eye exam, your Optometrist will check the health of your eyes through a series of tests, which check for near- and far-sightedness as well as testing for eye related conditions and diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts and more. Furthermore, underlying medical conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes, which may not have early warning sings or symptoms may be detected during an eye exam. Early detection offers a higher likelihood of treatment with greater ease. You should also bring any eye questions and vision complaints to the attention of your Optometrist. The Optometrist will work with you to address any concerns you may have.

For Eyes also offers comprehensive eye exams for children and know how important your child’s visual development and overall health is.


*In California, Comprehensive eye exams are available by For Eyes Vision Plan, Inc., a CA Licensed Vision Service Plan. The Optometrists are not employed by For Eyes, which does not provide eye exams. Outside California, Eye exams are available by Independent Doctors of Optometry at or adjacent to For Eyes in most states. For Eyes employs Optometrists in some states.