Annual eye exams are important for everyone. In fact, people of all ages should see their eye doctor at least once a year for an exam and a checkup. The ideal age to begin seeing the eye doctor is at around the age of six months in order to help ensure that the eyes, their muscles and that overall vision are developing normally, but eye health continues to be important to look at as you get older too. Here with Glenn Roter, OD you can expect accurate and comprehensive Rhodes Ranch eye exams that can help you monitor your eye health, look out for issues before they cause damage and aid when it comes to providing the proper treatment when necessary.
Eye exams should likely occur at least once a year if not more often for emergency visits, to treat chronic issues or to receive regular treatment if needed. It is generally recommended that people of all ages see their eye doctor at least once a year for regular exams. What checkups can do for your eye health is help look out for any risk factors of disease, monitor the quality of your vision and look out for even overall health concerns like diabetes or high cholesterol. Eye diseases can happen to anyone. Even though there are individuals who may be at a greater risk of developing certain diseases more than others, it is still possible to come down with an eye condition without risk factors. For people with no known risk factors or problems, it is generally recommended that you see our eye doctor once a year. If you happen to be at risk for eye disease then Glenn Roter, OD can provide you with more frequent Rhodes Ranch eye exams to look out for early signs and symptoms.
With the help of advanced instruments such as the Reichert digital vision chart we can ensure as accurate an exam as possible here at our optical offices. If you are due for an eye exam or believe that you need to have certain symptoms looked at, then please call us here at the optical offices of Glenn Roter, OD to schedule your Rhodes Ranch eye exams today.