Senior's Eye Exams
As you head into the next stage of your life, you may notice a change in your vision. To ensure that your eyes are healthy and vision is in good shape, we suggest scheduling routine eye examination appointments. Your optometrist can determine if there has been a change in your prescription or if another solution would achieve better results for you. Your optometrist can also keep an eye out for the signs, symptoms and developments of certain diseases and conditions, including glaucoma and cataracts.
Improve your vision and ensure the health of your eyes with help from the Waterdown Optometric Clinic. To get started today, contact us and we will schedule your next eye exam appointment.
Senior Eye Care
With older age can often come a decrease in quality of vision. You may find that you require additional assistance with dry eyes, seeing far away or seeing up close, or not notice a change at all. Our experts are here to assist you, from determining a diagnosis to finding the right solutions to improve your quality of vision. During an eye exam, your optometrist will also be looking for any signs of diseases or conditions, such as glaucoma or cancer. For these reasons and many more, is why it’s so important for you to schedule regular eye exams.
Booking an Eye Exam
As a general rule of thumb, we often recommend having an eye exam once a year. As you age and depending on your eye health, your optometrist may recommend having an eye exam performed more regularly. Simply give our clinic a call or visit us in person to find out how often you should be having an eye exam and to learn more about the solutions available to you. From eyeglasses to dry eye solutions and everything else in between, our team at the Waterdown Optometric Clinic is here to help.