Did you know that eye exams check for more than just your glasses prescription? While we will check your refraction to determine your need for glasses, eye exams do so much more than that.
Routine eye exams are an essential part of preventive health care. In some cases, a comprehensive eye exam can also uncover other health concerns seemingly unrelated to your eyes, like diabetes or high blood pressure.
Ultimately, our goal is to prevent or detect ocular diseases and eye conditions that cause vision loss and blindness. Vision is the most important sense we use to navigate the world, and as such, vision loss can severely impact our quality of life.
When was your last eye exam? Protect your eye health and book your appointment today.
Many eye diseases, like glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy, develop with no early symptoms, causing irreversible damage to your eyes and vision before you even know there’s a problem. Undergoing regular eye exams can help prevent, slow, and manage these conditions.
Although some patients are at higher risk for developing eye diseases, everyone should undergo routine exams regardless of their age, health, and eyesight. At Bronte Village Eye Care, we follow the Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO) recommended exam schedule:
Every situation is unique, however, so if we find that you need more or less frequent exams, we’ll let you know.
Every comprehensive eye exam at Bronte Village Eye Care includes:
The first step to life-long healthy eyes and strong vision is having a routine eye exam. Please call us at Bronte Village Eye Care for your next eye exam. We’re looking forward to seeing you!
You can find our clinic right on Marine Drive, just one block from the Bronte Harbour. We’re close to shopping and other amenities, and parking is ample. Come see us soon!
We co-manage many corrective eye surgeries.