Have you been thinking that you would like to have a comprehensive eye exam to make sure that your eyes are healthy and free of any diseases? This is a wise thing to do because many eye diseases show no obvious symptoms in the early stages. If you would like to come to our practice to benefit from our Spring Valley optometry care, please contact us to make an appointment.
At our eye care practice, Glenn Roter, OD, we provide both treatment of eye problems as well as comprehensive eye exams. Our expert and highly trained optometrist is Dr. Glenn K. Roter. Our optometrist has over 15 years of experience and is known for providing exemplary eye care for all of his patients. One of the most important services we can perform as part of our Spring Valley optometry care is that of offering comprehensive eye exams. Having periodic, regularly scheduled comprehensive eye exams eye exams are the best way to make sure that your eyes do not have any hidden eye diseases or disorders. During the first part of an eye exam our optometrist will review your eyes to make sure they do not have any refractive problems. If it is found that you are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism, our optometrist will be able to write an eyeglass prescription for you so that your vision can once again be clear and crisp.
During the second part of our Spring Valley optometry exam, our eye doctor will screen your eyes for a wide variety of eye diseases and disorders. He will be able to use state-of-the-art optometric equipment to be able to look into the back of your eye and make sure that your retina and blood vessels are healthy. Some of the diseases that our optometrist will screen for are: glaucoma; cataracts; retinal tears; diabetic retinopathy; macular degeneration; and many other conditions of the cornea, macula and retina. This sooner any eye disease is caught, the sooner it will be able to be treated. This can mean that you will get vision-saving treatment that you otherwise would not even have known you needed. Many eye diseases cannot be cured, and so we strive to treat them preventively. When it comes to eye health, an ounce of prevention is surely worth a pound of cure. If you would like to see our eye doctor to avoid possible vision loss, simply contact our office today.