A yearly eye exam is necessary for everyone. It may not seem like an urgent matter. After all, if you're seeing okay and you have no eye symptoms, is it really all that important to come in? The answer is yes. Common eye diseases progress without any clear indications, and seeing okay pales in comparison to seeing excellently. Here at Contact Lens Associates, we want the best for you in terms of your eye health and vision. We'll do our part. Yours is to visit us for our College Park eye exam.
The prescription lenses that were perfect for you a year ago might not be now. That is because your vision requirements evolve. An out-of-date set of lenses may be little better than none at all. And in situations such as driving, where you may need to wear corrective lenses by law, a substandard prescription can be downright dangerous. Our College Park eye exam will determine how well you are seeing now; that means up close, at a distance, and from side-to-side (peripheral). Our goal is to provide you with the sharpest and clearest vision that you can achieve. As for eye disease, because of the silent nature with which they develop, if not for our comprehensive eye testing, you would probably not know that anything is wrong until you sustain some degree of vision loss or damage to your eyes. Either of those might not be reversible. In some cases, the best that can be hoped for is to prevent further harm. Well, our College Park eye exam is the key to avoiding that harm entirely. Early detection greatly increases the chances of the best outcomes.
Now is the best time to call us; while you're thinking about it, book an appointment to come in for our comprehensive eye testing.