General Eye Exams
A comprehensive eye exam can serve as an early detector of serious health problems before other symptoms occur. During a comprehensive eye exam, your eye doctor will assess your visual performance, perform a series of tests for glaucoma, and examine your retina for damage while checking blood vessels, nerve functions and blood flow in your eyes. Systemic diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and multiple sclerosis, frequently cause changes in the eye that can show up as inflammation, small blood clots or swelling within the retina. Through a comprehensive eye exam, your eye doctor can detect these abnormalities, treat them or, when necessary, refer you to the appropriate medical specialist.
New Patients: Click here for the Optivison Medical History Form. Please print this form, fill it out & bring it to your eye exam.