Vision exams for adults are recommended on a yearly basis. You may wonder if that's really necessary. Well, it is for two very good reasons. First, your vision needs are always evolving. The glasses or contact lenses that were perfect for you a year ago may only be adequate now. And common eye diseases, such as glaucoma and cataracts, don't have any symptoms to alert you in their early stages. For the best vision possible and keeping your eyes in a maximum state of wellness, come to us at Evanston Eyecare annually.
No matter if you've never worn corrective lenses in your life, or you have been wearing them for years, our eye doctor in Rogers Park should evaluate how well you are seeing right now. Maybe this is finally the point where you need glasses or contacts. Even if you're seeing “okay,” we don't think you should have to settle for that. You should be able to experience the very best, sharpest vision possible. Likewise, an update to your current prescription can be just the thing to boost your vision to a higher level. Bring your glasses or contacts with you. Our eye doctor in Rogers Park will test you with and without them. As for eye diseases, early detection is closely associated with the best results and the most effective options for treatment. Glaucoma and cataracts can affect anyone, regardless of age, heredity, or medical history. Others, such as macular degeneration, are only a concern from age 40 onward. And if you have type one or type two diabetes, you will also be screened for diabetic retinopathy. If you are diagnosed with any eye disease, our optometrist will discuss the most appropriate treatment and management for it.
A simple phone call to our office will allow us to schedule an exam for you with our eye doctor in Rogers Park. It's simple, painless, and safe. Most importantly, it is the key to keeping your eyes healthy and your vision optimal.
By Evanston Eyecare
October 20, 2016
At Evanston Eyecare we value your time and make it easy to book an appointment for care! Click the button below to request an appointment.Request an Appointment