If you are like most people, your list of things to accomplish in 2018 extends a mile long— with hopes of getting to number two on your list without falling apart. And although losing weight and growing your hair out may be topping your list of priorities in 2018, consider adding “Get an Eye Exam” to your list of musts this year.
The most obvious answer to the question, “What can an eye exam do for you?” gives you a better ability to see. But, for some people, poor vision doesn’t just mean not being able to see the TV as clearly, but it could also mean a variety of other issues like frequent headaches, fatigue, and a constant eye strain.
Catch Diseases Early On
Just like with any disease, the sooner we detect eye diseases like glaucoma or cataracts, the easier it will be for us to treat them. And because there is no cure yet for either glaucoma or cataracts, it’s even more important that we catch these eye disease early on so we can prevent them from getting worse which preserves your vision in the long run.
In addition to checking you for common eye diseases like glaucoma and cataracts, we can also check you for signs of eye tumors or other cancers.
Make You Feel Comfortable
During this time of year when the temperatures have dropped, and it’s a little windier than usual, it can cause patients to suffer from dry eye. During your eye examination at Eye and Lasik Center, we will do our best to help treat you with a variety of conditions, like dry eye, that is making you feel uncomfortable.
Ready to schedule your next eye examination? Schedule your appointment at our Springfield office today!