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  1. What Not to Do Before an Eye Exam

    What Not to Do Before an Eye Exam According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), annual eye exams are essential because they allow an optometrist to catch severe eye issues early enough to create a plan for treatment. Waiting too long (or missing eye appointments) can make your eye condition progress faster than it can be treated.  Just as delaying your eye doctor Read more...
  2. What to Ask During an Eye Exam

    What to Ask During an Eye Exam An eye examination is your chance to ask your eye doctor questions. So, why put it off? Our comprehensive optical evaluations are here to help you--and your eyes--and our team is ready to assist with your concerns.  Unsure of what to ask during an eye exam? Don’t worry. We put together a list of questions for eye doctors that you can choose Read more...
  3. Is It Okay to Have Coffee Before an Eye Exam?

    Is It Okay to Have Coffee Before an Eye Exam? Whether you love a good caramel frappuccino or plain black coffee, there’s nothing like a morning cup of Joe. And most Americans would have to agree, with the average person in the U.S. consuming more than three cups of coffee each day.  The question is: is coffee good for your eyes? And if so, is it okay to have coffee before an eye exam? Read more...
  4. My Eye Exam Is Tomorrow. What Should I Bring?

    My Eye Exam Is Tomorrow. What Should I Bring? Do you have an “eye exam near me” happening tomorrow? If your last eye appointment was over a year ago, it’s time to get your vision checked. And preparing for your appointment is an excellent way to make it go faster and more efficiently.    If you’ve been asking yourself, ‘What should I bring to my eye exam tomorrow?’, we Read more...
  5. How Long Do Eye Appointments Take?

    How Long Do Eye Appointments Take? A common question patients ask us is: ‘Are yearly eye exams necessary?’ While your age, medical history, ocular health, and vision concerns play roles in the frequency of when you should see an eye doctor, we recommend an annual eye appointment in general for everyone ages 6 and older.    A yearly eye exam allows an Independent Read more...
  6. How Much Do Children’s Eye Exams Cost?

    How Much Do Children’s Eye Exams Cost? Per the American Optometric Association (AOA), most children find out they’re nearsighted between ages 3 and 12. This can be a lot for kids to absorb, but managing nearsightedness is easy if caught early on. Often, it only requires prescription eyewear, which your child can get at a comprehensive eye exam.   If you think your child has Read more...

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