Comprehensive Eye Check up

Comprehensive Eye Check up

Have you ever been to an eye checkup? Eye check involves a number of tests that help us evaluate the vision and also check for any eye diseases. The eye doctor makes use of different instruments, might ask you to look via several lenses or might even shine the light directly into your eyes. Each of the tests conducted is a part of eye exam that evaluates a specific aspect of eye health.

Why is an Eye Checkup Important?

An eye checkup is necessary if you are facing a problem with your vision. You can opt for regular checkups that can also help detect any underlying problem at an early stage making it easily treatable. We suggest our patients to get their eyes tested from time to time as it helps them adapt well to any vision changes. We also provide excellent tips to keep your eyes healthy.

When Do I Need To Have An Eye Exam?

There are various factors that determine when and how frequently you might need an eye exam. Some of these include your overall health, your age, and the risk of developing any vision problems.

Younger children under the age of 3

For children under the age of 3, eye check-up is initially done by a pediatrician. They might check for common eye problems like misaligned eyes or crossed eyes. If there are any signs or symptoms, a more comprehensive eye examination is recommended once they are 4 or 5 years old.

School-Aged Children

Make sure you get the kid’s vision checked before he/she gets into the first grade. If there is no family history of vision problems or if there are no symptoms or signs, you can opt for an eye check-up once every one or two years. If not, you can schedule an eye test based on the doctor’s recommendation.


Adults, who have no signs or symptoms of vision problems, can have their eyes checked based on the schedule given below.

  • If you are in your 20s or 30s, make sure to get your eyes tested once in every 5 or 10 years
  • If you are in the age group of 40 and 54, get your eyes tested once on every 2 or 4 years
  • An eye test every year is recommended for people between the age 55 to 65 and above 65 years.

You can also go for an eye checkup regularly if:

  • You wear contact lenses or glasses
  • You have a family history of eye problems or vision loss
  • Are suffering from a chronic disease and are at risk of possible eye disease
  • Are under medication that has vision problems as a side effect

Make sure to carry your contact lenses or glasses when you visit us for an eye exam. We want to make sure that we prescribe only the best for you after a thorough diagnosis.

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