It is important that people have comprehensive eye exams at least once a year in order to make sure that their eyes are remaining healthy. Even if you have had a vision screening recently, it is important that you come in to our Eye and Vision Care Associates for a complete eye exam in Plainview.
When you visit our vision practice for an eye exam, you will be seen by one of our expert optometrists, just one of whom is Dr. Sebastian Polizzi. At our eye care practice, you will receive a complete eye exam in Plainview, and not just a vision screening. When a person has a vision screening, it usually means that one aspect of their vision is being examined. For example, if you are getting a new driver’s license, you will have a vision screening at the Department of Motor Vehicles to make sure that you can see clearly at a certain distance so that you can see cars and street signs. Similarly, your child may have a vision screening at school to make sure that they can see the front of the room where the teacher and the blackboard are. However, neither of these vision screenings will take the place of a complete eye exam. During an eye exam, your eyes will be screened for many different eye diseases and disorders including: glaucoma; cataracts; macular degeneration; diabetic retinopathy; retinal tears; dry eyes; and other problems of the cornea, macula, and retina. Our eye doctor will also make sure that your child’s visual system is developing correctly, and that there are no problems that need early treatment. Your visual acuity will also be tested to make sure you are not having any problems with nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism. These problems can easily be corrected with prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses.
For an appointment to come in to see our optometrist for a complete eye exam in Plainview, and not just a vision screening, simply contact our office today.