A vision screening and eye exam are not the same. A vision screening does not include attention paid to your eye health, which is very important. Here at Clear Eye Care, our priorities include both ensuring you the best vision you can achieve and also keeping your eyes safe from harm to the greatest extent possible.
Our Grapevine optometry office is where you will read from an eye chart and look through lenses of varying strengths in order for our eye doctor to determine if you need prescription eyewear. This may mean having eyeglasses or contact lenses for the first time, or it could require an update to your existing corrective eyewear. Either way, you should never settle for less than maximum sharpness and clarity at all distances. Yes, you could get the above benefits from a simple vision screening, but our Grapevine optometry office offers more than that. Glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and cataracts are common conditions that affect the well-being of your eyes. You cannot simply wait for symptoms appear before getting treatment for them, because the signs that alert you do not appear until the later stages of those diseases. You could be suffering with one of them and not have any idea about it until you experience vision loss or the unmistakable indications of physical eye damage, such as retinal blood vessels hemorrhaging. Eye disease may not be curable, but it can be managed effectively with the proper approaches, and especially when done in a timely manner.
So there is no doubt that what you want is a comprehensive eye exam rather than a vision screening. Come in once per year for best results. All you have to do is contact our office and we will book a convenient time for you. Use the handy appointment tab at the top of our website to schedule your visit. Alternatively, you can call our Grapevine optometry office .