Adult & Senior Eye Exams in Baytown

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Vital for Protecting Your Ocular Health

Your vision is vital for completing everyday tasks, interacting with the people you love, and experiencing the world around you. The best way to protect and preserve your vision for the future is to have regular eye exams.

We’ll complete several tests to determine your visual acuity, check for eye disease, and assess your overall eye health during a comprehensive exam.

How Often Should You Have an Eye Exam? 

The frequency of your eye exams depends on your age and current eye health. According to the American Optometric Association, adults aged 18 to 64 with no present eye issues should have an eye exam at least every 2 years. Adults over 65 should have an annual examination.

Some conditions or health concerns may require more frequent eye exams. We can recommend an appropriate examination schedule during your next appointment. 

What Happens During an Eye Exam?

You will participate in several tests throughout your eye exam so we can get a complete picture of your eye health and vision. These diagnostic tests allow us to catch early signs of eye conditions, helping prevent further damage to your eyes

Some common vision concerns for adults and seniors include: 

Patient History

Your exam begins with a discussion about your medical history. This conversation should cover any eye or vision problems you’re currently experiencing, your work and life habits, family history, and any other relevant information.

Your visual acuity is the clarity or sharpness of your vision. We’ll test your vision by having you read from a chart, helping determine whether or not you require vision correction for a refractive error.

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that can develop with little to no visible symptoms. You may not know you have this condition until you experience vision loss. Many (but not all) forms of glaucoma can increase the pressure within your eye, known as your intraocular pressure (IOP).

We have several ways to measure your IOP, including applanation tonometry and the iCare Tonopen.

Using our available technology, we’ll evaluate your overall eye health. This portion of your exam involves looking at the retina and other structures of your eye to look for early signs of eye disease. Early detection of any problems allows us to take action sooner.

After completing your testing, we’ll review your results before discussing the next steps. We can write you a prescription for glasses, provide recommendations for managing your eye health, or recommend treatment plans for eye disease, depending on your needs.

Promoting Your Healthy Tears

The best way you can promote healthy eyes and vision is with a comprehensive eye examination from our professional optometrists. If you struggle with any dry eye symptoms, we will be happy to assess the health of your eyes and help you find the right solution to resolve your issue. 

Not all dry eyes are caused by the same source. Let us help you find your solution. Book your dry eye assessment today.

Our Location

You can find us at the corner of East Fwy and Garth Road, in the shopping center.

Our Address

  • 6956 Garth Rd.
  • Baytown, TX 77521

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