Complete eye exam checking the health and visual status of your eyes, as well as how the eyes work as a team, eye pressure, and prescription for glasses, if needed. Exams should be every 1-2 years, depending on a person's age and health, check the American Optometric Association recommendations here. Remember eye health exams are not just for those who need glasses or contacts!
COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAM
includes above, as well as pupillary dilation for complete retinal health check. This is recommended, but many people schedule a separate appointment for that if they have to return to work (side effects of drops used leave a person blurry for about three hours). Dilation is recommended every 1-3 years, depending on age and health of an individual.
Part of the eye exam, this can help diagnose, or rule out glaucoma.
Includes complete eye exam, contact lens evaluation, a pair of trial lenses and up to two follow-up appointments.