Eye and Vision Exams

Your vision should never be taken for granted. Routine eye exams are key to maintaining quality vision at every stage of your life. At Family Vision Clinic in Farmington, we encourage our patients to have annual vision exams to evaluate their eye health and visual acuity. With good vision, you can enjoy a higher quality of life.

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Vision Exams: An Important Part of Preventive Healthcare

Many eye disorders and diseases show little or no symptoms in their early stages, making them difficult to detect without an eye health test or vision exam.  By catching eye problems early, your Farmington optometrist can help prevent vision loss. There’s no substitute for a comprehensive vision exam to determine the quality of your sight. Vision loss due to diseases like macular degeneration, glaucoma, or other eye disorders cannot be replaced. If detected early, however, you can learn how to manage the symptoms of these diseases to preserve your sight.

What to Expect from a Comprehensive Eye Exam

A comprehensive vision exam from Family Vision Clinic begins with a review of your eye health history to give your Farmington optometrist an idea of the state of your eyes. We’ll go over any vision problems you may be experiencing, such as blurry vision, dry eyes, double vision, etc., and discuss eye disorders that run in your family, so we can be on the lookout for these diseases in the future.

Our eye exams consist of evaluations for eye health, visual acuity, eye focusing, teaming, and movement. Visual acuity tests measure the quality of your sight. If you have refractive errors, we’ll write you an accurate prescription for eyeglasses or contacts to correct your vision so you can enjoy optimal sight.

Your Farmington optometrist will check your eyes for signs of eye disorders or diseases that can lead to vision loss. As you age, you’re at greater risk of developing eye diseases like cataracts, macular degeneration, and glaucoma that can impair your sight. The sooner these diseases are diagnosed, the sooner you can receive treatment to protect you against vision loss.

Through routine eye exams, your Farmington optometrist may even uncover health conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes that you were unaware of so you can get treatment before these conditions affect your sight.  

See Your Farmington Optometrist for an Eye Exam

Vision problems can affect every aspect of your life. Routine eye exams can help protect your vision so you can continue to live the lifestyle you enjoy most. To schedule a comprehensive vision exam at Family Vision Clinic, contact your Farmington optometrist at 651- 463-2020 today.

 

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Monday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed