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COMPREHENSIVE EYE CARE

Comprehensive Eye CareAs a new patient, you will receive a comprehensive dilated eye exam that normally requires an hour. We provide darkened eye shades, so you should be able to drive yourself home after your examination.

For your convenience, all of Carolina Eyecare Physicians’ locations have on-site optical shops.

Good vision is not a luxury…it’s a necessity. Call Carolina Eyecare Physicians to schedule a thorough eye exam and learn more about common vision problems.

In order to maintain decent vision and to keep your eyes healthy you must have routine eye exams. For certain age groups it may be alright to have an exam every two years; however, if you are a senior or have diabetes it is a good idea to be checked every six to twelve months. Be sure to consult your eye care professional regarding the consistency of eye exams that you should maintain.

At this exam your pupils will be dilated so the doctor can see into your retina, your vision will be checked and you will be screened for eye diseases or disorders. If further testing is required a more comprehensive exam and possible testing will be scheduled. If you experience any changes in your vision between regularly scheduled visits with your eye specialist, you should schedule an appointment at Carolina Eyecare Physicians as soon as possible. Early detection of problems and treatment of problems can be the key to preventing loss of vision.

Regular eye exams can diagnose a variety of eye conditions early on and are the best way to preserve good vision. For children, strabismus (crossed eye) and amblyopia (lazy eye) can often be diagnosed and treated in early childhood, avoiding life-long vision impairment. Also, rare eye conditions from birth (like congenital cataracts) can be diagnosed and treated. For all ages, refraction tests can determine whether prescription eyewear would be beneficial, and what power is necessary. Furthermore, many debilitating eye diseases can be diagnosed before noticeable symptoms occur, potentially making the difference between minor damage and major vision loss.

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