Adult & Senior Eye Exams in Florida

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Comprehensive Exams With Experienced Professionals 

At Center For Sight, we select exceptional, board-certified optometric physicians to ensure all of our patients receive the best possible eye care. Our comprehensive eye exams can help identify any problems affecting you, even in the earliest stages. 

Our team can help with all of your eye-related needs. Visit one of our locations for comprehensive eye exams handled with diligent attention and care. 

Eye Exams Are Vital for Your Eye Health

Comprehensive eye exams are more than a way to test your vision. They allow our optometric physicians to catch early signs of eye disease and evaluate your overall eye health. Many issues can develop with minimal symptoms, but the technology we use during our exams can help catch early signs of these problems. 

Common vision problems include: 

What to Expect in Your Exam

Every patient has different visual needs and goals, and our exams cater to them. Besides meeting your specific needs, the completed tests in your exam help us track changes to your eye health and vision. 

During your exam, our optometric physicians will get a complete picture of your ocular health, including visual acuity, eye coordination, and an evaluation of the structures of your eye. We will use our state-of-the-art technology to identify any underlying issues, helping to protect your vision. Following your comprehensive exam, our physicians take the time to discuss any problems or concerns you may have about your test results. They can answer any questions you have about available procedures.

How Often Do You Need an Exam? 

According to the American Optometric Association, adults under 40 years old should have an exam every 2 years. People over 40 should have an annual eye examination with an optometric physician and more frequently if diagnosed with an eye disease.

You should have a complete eye exam if you already wear eyeglasses or contact lenses, have not had an eye exam in the past year, or are experiencing any vision issues.

Book Your Exam Today

Several eye conditions and other visual problems can develop with time, making regular eye exams an essential aspect of maintaining your eye health. Center For Sight is here to help with all aspects of your vision and eye health—book an appointment at one of our locations to experience exceptional eye care. 

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