A regular eye exam will evaluate the overall health of your eyes and indicate if further testing in any areas are necessary.A refraction is usually performed to determine if there is a need for, or change in, prescription glasses or contact lenses.
The eye exam may be targeted to a specific issue in question or may be a comprehensive exam if needed. We at Iris Eye Center take your emergencies seriously.
We have all vision testing equipment in our office to perform an exam for eyeglasses and can schedule all of your tests here when necessary.Our optometrist is on site daily to coordinate with our eye doctor for the best possible prescription fit. Your glasses or contact lenses may be ordered here as well.
For adults, the American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends a baseline eye examination at age 40, the time when early signs of disease or changes in vision may occur. If you have an eye disease or if you have a risk factor for developing one, such as diabetes, high blood pressure or a family history of eye disease, you should see an ophthalmologist even if you are younger than 40. If you are 65 or older, you should have your eyes checked every year, because the risk of developing age-related eye diseases such as cataracts, age-related macular degeneration and glaucoma increases.
When it’s time for an eye examination, your choice for optometrist or optomologist is important. The sooner vision problems are diagnosed, they easier they are to correct. Iris Eye Center is the choice for comprehensive eye exams in Oakland, CA. Even for those looking for an eye exam without insurance we make the process of scheduling your eye exam simple and affordable. Call Iris Eye Center today to schedule your exam.