Our experienced optometrists screen for any excessive refractive error outside the expected range, eye movement ability, ocular alignment, and any potential eye health problems including retinoblastoma (a rapidly-developing malignant cancer of the eye, almost exclusively found in young children.)
After age 60, age-related macular degeneration is one of the most common causes of poor vision. Glaucoma is caused by too much pressure in the eyes, leading to blindness if undetected.
Diagnosed early, it can be managed effectively and vision loss prevented. Cataracts are nearly unavoidable with time, causing a cloudy, yellow lens in the eyes. Updating eye prescriptions typically delay the need for the low-risk surgery.