Your eye examination will begin with one of our Eye Doctor's Optical Outlets optometrists that will ask questions regarding your medical history and any vision problems you may be experiencing. These comprehensive eye examinations can lead to the early diagnosis and appropriate treatment of various eye diseases and other bodily disorders. Your eyes are a looking glass inside your body and a dilated examination can detect 30 systemic conditions, including diabetes, high blood pressure and tumors. After your evaluation, corrective lenses may be prescribed and the possible treatment of disease with medication will be given. You can then browse through our selection of lens options.
According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, one in four school aged children may have eye health issues. These found types of Vision impairment can also be linked to poor academic performance at school. The American Optometric Association recommends infants receive their first eye exam before six months of age, at three and again before first grade. Regular eye exams should be every other year thereafter.
Be prepared to answer some of these common questions that help your Florida eye doctor understand your risk of eye disease and vision problems.