At Clear Eye Center, we stress the importance of an annual eye exam to our patients and the importance of regular eye testing. Maintaining eye health is crucial to keeping your eyes functioning properly and their best for many years. Our Coppell eye exams are designed to detect any eye conditions or diseases that may have come on early, and to detect any problems that may have arisen since your last exam.
We offer eye exams, both for prescription glasses and contact lenses, emergency eye exams for those who need immediate attention, as well as a large selection of designer and affordable eyewear. Our competitive prices on top name frames and lenses make it easy to choose the frames you need, and we will take the time to help you select the best eyewear for you. Keeping your eyes healthy with a regular and comprehensive eye exam is also the best way to detect any eye changes or disease early. Disease prevention works best if eye diseases are caught early on. Some eye diseases can have no symptoms and develop slowly, making it easy to miss them if you haven’t had an eye exam in a while. During your Coppell eye exams, we take the time to discuss your eye care, eye health history, and any future needs in order to ensure that your overall eye health stays on track.
During our Coppell eye exams, we will perform either a slit lamp exam or a dilated eye exam. This allows us to see inside the eye and find any irregularities or disease. If needed, we will perform a refraction for glasses and contact lenses as well as glaucoma pressure testing. Glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness in the United States. It causes abnormally high pressure in the eye, resulting in nerve damage and vision loss. Glaucoma comes on slowly, and does not cause immediate changes in vision, which is why it’s imperative to have a yearly exam. Early diagnoses can help to prevent nerve damage further before vision loss happens. A comprehensive exam will check for this as well as for any nearsightedness or farsightedness issues. Both of these cconditions are easily remedied with prescription glasses or contact lenses. If you need either, you can contact our optical department for help.