COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAMS
The Eye Center Provides Comprehensive Eye Exams In Durham, Fayetteville, Burlington, Wilmington, Raleigh, and Cary, NC.
Your eyes change over time.
This happens as a result of the natural aging process and things like climate, hormones, pregnancy, medications, and the daily activities you enjoy doing. Visiting your family doctor for an annual physical is critical to managing your health. Doing the same for your eyes is just as–if not more–important for maintaining excellent vision and quality of life. If you’re thinking, “How can I schedule an eye exam near me?”, then contact one of our offices today. We’ll set an appointment at a time that’s convenient for you.
Based on your specific case, the eye doctor may perform any of the following tests: (click to show)
Pediatric Eye Exams in North Carolina
Because our young patients grow so quickly, their vision is vastly different from adults. Toddlers, school-age children, and adolescents each have their own needs at these various stages of life, so it’s crucial to have their eyes thoroughly examined on a regular basis. Education experts say that 80% of learning is visual. In fact, many issues related to learning and extracurricular activities can be eye-related.
Difficulty concentrating or acting fidgety can often be misdiagnosed as ADHD when in reality, the child has developed vision problems. Symptoms can include headaches, tiredness from schoolwork or playing sports, or excessive squinting at the board. Children develop rapidly, especially in the early childhood years. This is why doctors recommend regular exams to check how their vision is advancing and to detect any potential problems. The Eye Center starts seeing patients as young as 5 years old.