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Knowing how often you should go to the eye doctor and have your eyes checked is important! Typically, different types of medical organizations will have different rules. Also, depending on your age and your eye health, will determine how often too!

Basic Guidelines for Check Ups with an Eye Doctor

For people with good eyesight and health:

  • Once in your 20s
  • Twice in your 30s
  • At 40, then regular follow-ups depending on your health
  • 65 and older, every 1-2 years

If you have health issues, eye problems, or a family history including genetics, of issues such as diabetes, macular degeneration, glaucoma, etc., you will want to have your eyes checked more often.

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Comprehensive Eyecare in a Professional and Friendly Atmosphere

At Advanced Eyecare Optometry, the doctors are thoroughly trained in the detection, diagnosis and treatment of vision disorders and eye disease. This facilitates the early detection and management of eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataract which helps preserve your vision! Examinations also include the detection and treatment of eye muscle imbalance, poor eye coordination and reduced focusing ability, which are common problems among children and 40+ year olds.When indicated, the doctors fit any contact lenses required, including specialty lenses for astigmatism, monovision, (simultaneous far and near vision), or bifocal needs, as well as colored contact lenses for those who desire a “different look”. If you are interested in laser eye surgery, (LASIK), the doctors will determine if you are a good candidate, and will provide the pre- and post-op management to insure a good outcome for this procedure.

If you are looking for someone to help you with all your eyecare needs, then call Advanced Eyecare Optometry today. We’ll put your needs in focus!

Source: webmd.com

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