People often ask me how often they should have their eyes examined. Typically you should have your eyes examined once a year. This is especially true if you have are being treated by a doctor for any health condition, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol.
We often find people put off getting their eyes examined for various reasons. This can seem like a smart way to save money on eye exams, glasses, or contact lenses. But, when you consider how much we spend on entertainment, dining at restaurants, and other things, doesn’t it make sense to invest in maintaining your gift of sight.
3 Reasons to Schedule Your Eye Exam Now
#1 – Blurry Vision
Whether you have trouble reading or seeing things far away, it is time to get your eyes examined.. Most of the time an updated glasses or contact lenses prescription will help you see better. If your issue is due to something else, we will help you get the care you need.
#2 – Broken Glasses / Out of Contact Lenses
When you are trying to wear broken glasses or you are wearing your contact lenses too long because you have run out, it is time to get your eyes examined. Wearing worn out glasses or contacts can not only strain your eyes, this can cause permanent damage to your eyes.
#3 – Headaches / Eyestrain
Your eyes are trying to get your attention when you develop headaches or eyestrain. They are telling you, “It’s time to get us checked out.” Don’t disappoint them. Bring them in today to get an eye exam.
Our Eye Doctors Are Ready to Care For Your Vision
Dr. Penn Moody
Southpointe: Monday and Thursday Downtown: Wednesday Northside: Tuesday and Friday
Dr. Jessica Lambert
Southpointe: Wednesday and Friday Downtown: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
Dr. Brian Swift