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Schedule a comprehensive eye exam appointment with a licensed optometrist today!
Eye exams not only test for visual impairment, they can be a first line of defense in identifying other underlying health issues. Even if you don't "feel" like you're having issues with your eyes, some conditions don't have any noticeable symptoms and can only be identified through a full eye exam.
Eye Exams are More Than Just Vision Screenings Are you straining to see or read? Having frequent headaches or finding it increasingly difficult to drive at night? It may be time for you to get a comprehensive eye examination. There's an important difference between an eye exam and a vision screening.
As a contact lens wearer, you'll need to get your eyes examined every single year to maintain your health and safety. Contact lenses are a medically regulated device and, accordingly, their fit and your eye health must be checked annually.
Comprehensive eye exams are important in caring for your growing child's eye health, and can make a huge difference in their life. Don't delay in booking an appointment!
With quality eye care and deals on glasses and contacts, Eyeglass World helps you get the most out of your insurance—without the confusion. Put your benefits to good use and invest in your eye health today!
Because Eyeglass World wants our customers to see better and live better, we endorse the recommendation of health professionals worldwide to get an annual eye exam. When you make getting your eyes checked each year a part of your annual primary care routine, you are safeguarding your vision. Why? Because better vision and eye health are a significant factor in your overall wellness. Eye exams assess your vision needs and detect potentially harmful conditions before they become serious.
Difficulty performing close-up work, such as reading or sewing.
Changes in how you see color
Impaired night vision, particularly when driving
Frequent changes to your eyeglass prescription
Issues with glare from table lamps or from the sun
Seeing halos around lights
Seeing a white spot or cloudy spot in the pupil (the pupil, instead of being black, appears milky or white)
Trouble with side or peripheral vision
If it's been less than a year since you had your eyes checked but you experience changes in the way your eyes look or experience any discomfort, don't wait. Find your nearest location and schedule an eye exam immediately.
Find your nearest Eyeglass World location and choose an appointment time that is convenient for you and your family.