Dominion Eye Care in Virginia – Comprehensive Eye Exams for Infants, Children, Adults and Seniors Suffering from Diabetes and High Blood Pressure
Dominion Eye Care located in Manassas and Warrenton Virginia, provides comprehensive eye exams to include, infant eye exams, childhood vision screenings, eye exams for adults, and for patients encountering eye complications from diabetes, high blood pressure and patients with a family history of eye disease. As you get older, your risk of eye disease increases so it is important to have your eyes evaluated periodically. Seniors 65 years or older should have their eyes checked by our ophthalmologists at least every year or two.
During the comprehensive eye exam we may discover conditions such as cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and glaucoma. These will require follow-up visits and may, depending on the severity, require surgery. For more information on eye conditions relating to cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, macular degenerations, corneal disease and glaucoma, please see EYE CONDITIONS.
Comprehensive Eye Exam Performed In Manassas and Warrenton, VA
At Dominion Eye Care, we perform comprehensive eye exams for patients residing in Manassas, Gainesville, Haymarket, Nokesville, Bristow, New Baltimore, Warrenton, Culpeper and Fairfax, VA. Eye exams take up to 90 minutes to complete and are generally quite simple and comfortable. Our exams are performed for seniors, adults, children and infants to assess the overall health of the eye and address any vision correction needs or medical concerns that may be present.
What to Expect During a Comprehensive Eye Exam
Dominion Eye Care ophthalmologists perform thorough eye exams designed to provide information and a complete picture about your eye health. The tests check for visual acuity, distance vision, how well you eyes respond to light, side vision, eye movement, eye alignment, eye pressure and sensitivity, eye scratches, damage from eye disease, scars, eye-surface and inside the eye. Part of your time is for consultation and the other part is for the actual physical eye evaluation. Our doctors will check on some or all of the following during the eye exam:
- Review medical history
- Review your medications
- Measure for corrective lenses
- Measure your visual acuity
- Check your pupils
- Check you peripheral vision for symptoms of glaucoma
- Eye movement test or ocular motility test
- Eye pressure (tonometry test) (Glaucoma screening)
- Evaluate the front of your eye with microscope to access the eye lids, cornea, iris and lens
- Evaluate retina and optic nerve
- Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
- Visual Field test
If you have not had an eye exam or you are having issues with your vision, please call Dominion Eye Care for a comprehensive eye exam in Manassas or Warrenton Virginia today.
Call: (703) 361-3128 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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