During a routine eye exam, patients can expect a wide variety of tests and procedures to thoroughly asses your vision and ocular health.

Some common eye and vision tests that you are most likely to encounter during a comprehensive eye exam includes a visual acuity check, binocular vision test, ocular motility exam, pupil exam, Rx prescription, anterior segment exam, posterior segment exam, intraocular pressure measurements, and color blindness test.

A comprehensive eye exam typically takes approximately 25-30 minutes for adults.

If there is a need for vision correction, there are many options available to best suit your needs, such as prescription eyeglasses or sunglasses, contact lenses, or even laser vision correction.

Having a an eye exam regularly is important in maintaining your vision and eye health, and also allows for early detection of any sight threatening eye conditions such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinal problems and general health problems like diabetes and hypertension.