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811 N. Central Expy, Ste 1145
Plano, TX 75075

Our Location

2601 Preston Rd.
Frisco, TX 75034

Our Location

120 Town Pl.
Fairview, TX 75069

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Fairview Eye Exams

A Regular Eye Exam in Fairview is the Secret to Healthy Eyes

It is crucial that we all have an eye examination routinely. This two girls with sunglassesis more vital for kids. Kids must have an eyesight examination from as young as 6 months. At the ages of 3 and 6 their eyes should be examined once more. Regular eye exams are especially important when your child begins high school. If you suspect your son or daughter might have an eye problem, do not think twice – get an eye examination done as quickly as one is available.
 
Premature infants frequently get vision problems as they grow, so their eyes have to be checked more than a youngster with regular sight. Youngsters with a family history of eye issues are likewise at risk of genetic vision problems, and they too have to have more frequent eye checkups.
 
In adults, the frequency of eye examinations will differ according to age. Adults older than 40 years with normal eyesight should see an optometrist or eye doctor every 2 or 3 years. Those adults who already have glasses or contacts require an eye exam every year.
 

Eye Doctors diagnose and treat eye disease

 
People with high blood pressure or diabetes should certainly receive an eye examination every year at our optometry office in Fairview . Persons over 40 need to have their eyes evaluated every two years, while those over 60 years of age should go once a year for an eye evaluation. Individuals older than 60 years can be susceptible to presbyopia, macular degeneration and cataracts.
 
When deciding on where to go for your vision test, you have three choices: an eye doctor, an optometrist or an optician. An ophthalmologist is qualified to do surgical procedures. An optometrist is qualified to recommend medications and has the ability to perform specific surgeries. An optician is limited to completing eye exams and carrying out maintenance and repairs to glasses or contacts.
 
A regular vision examination is comprised of the following: details of your family's eye history, near and far sight testing, eye co-ordination, as well as an external and internal inspection of both eyes. If you currently need contacts or glasses, these will also be examined. The expense for an eye examination can generally be covered by your medical insurance coverage. For a complete eye exam, make sure to visit our eye clinic in Fairview.
 
Similar to other organs of your body, your eyes ought to be looked after carefully. To keep healthy eyes, you need to eat an ample amount of fresh fruit and vegetables. Take vitamin and mineral supplements. If your eyes are starved of Vitamin A, you could get night blindness. When going outdoors in bright sunshine, wear sunglasses that have high UV coverage.
 
Cigarette smoking is extremely bad for your eyes. People who smoke for an extended period of time are susceptible to macular degeneration (blind spot on the eye) as well as complete loss of sight. If you are a smoker, it's time to begin thinking of stopping. For more information on eye health, contact Williams Eye Care, or book an appointment in Fairview now!
 

Watch this short video to learn about what to expect at an eye exam: