Comprehensive Eye Exams

At the Georgia Eye Center, our comprehensive eye exams are designed to provide you with the best in personalized care and service. Our doctors use the latest state-of-the-art equipment to evaluate your vision and check for any conditions that may be affecting it. We take time to listen to you and answer any questions or concerns you may have. We strive to make sure you understand the process of your examination and are comfortable during it. We take pride in providing a thorough eye exam that will help us determine if any corrective lenses are needed to improve your vision. Our goal is to ensure you have the best possible vision for years to come. With our comprehensive eye exams, we can provide you with peace of mind knowing that your eyes and vision are in good hands. We look forward to helping you achieve your best vision!

We understand that staying on top of your eye health can be a challenge, but at Georgia Eye Center we make comprehensive eye exams effortless and convenient. Whether you’re looking for an annual exam or need specialized care, our team is here to provide you with the care you need. Contact us today to learn more about our comprehensive eye exams and make an appointment! We look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve your best vision.

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What to Expect

We understand that a comprehensive eye exam can be intimidating, so our doctors work hard to make the experience as comfortable and stress-free as possible. Our team will take the time to explain each step of the process and answer any questions you may have. During the exam, we will measure your visual acuity, depth perception, eye coordination and color vision. We also use advanced imaging technology to get a better look at the back of your eyes, as well as checking for signs of cataracts, glaucoma and other conditions that can affect your vision. At Georgia Eye Center, we take an individualized approach to ensure that each patient’s needs are met. We are committed to providing you with the highest quality of care and service possible.

What’s Included

Your comprehensive eye exam may include any or all of the following, according to your needs.

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Visual acuity testing

Checking how well the patient can see at different distances and in different lighting conditions.

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Retinoscopy

Using light to evaluate how the eyes refract light.

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Ophthalcopy

Examining the back of the eye for any signs of disease or injury.

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Tonometry

Measuring intraocular pressure check for glaucoma and other eye conditions

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Dilated fundus exam

Using eyedrops to dilate the pupils so that the doctor can check for any abnormalities in the back of the eye.

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Visual field test

Checking peripheral vision for any signs of damage or defect.

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Glaucoma Screening

checking for signs of increased intraocular pressure that may indicate glaucoma.

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Color vision test

checking whether color blindness is present in the patient

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Discussion of lifestyle factors:

The medical conditions, injuries, or surgeries which may affect your vision.

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Follow-up exams

As necessary to monitor for changes in vision or any other health concerns.

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Eye care education

Including how to protect the eyes from ultraviolet radiation and other environmental hazards.

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Depth perception

testing how well the patient can judge distances and perceive depth.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I expect during my appointment?

During your appointment, the optometrist will ask you about your medical history and current vision concerns. They will then perform a comprehensive eye exam, which typically includes testing your visual acuity, refractive error (near- or farsightedness), and other tests such as color vision and depth perception.

How often should I get an eye exam?

The American Optometric Association recommends that adults ages 18 to 60 get an eye exam every two years. People over age 60 should get an exam at least once a year. Children should have their first eye exam by the age of 3 and regular exams thereafter as recommended by your optometrist.

Is there anything I need to do to prepare for my appointment?

You should bring any glasses, contact lenses, or eye drops that you have been using. You should also bring a list of any medications that you are taking and a list of questions or concerns you may have about your vision.

Are there any risks associated with an optometrist appointment?

There are no known risks associated with seeing an optometrist for a routine eye exam. However, if you have an existing eye condition or other medical issue, be sure to discuss this with your optometrist before the exam.

How much does an eye exam cost?

The cost of an eye exam varies depending on where you live and the type of services being provided. Generally speaking, a basic eye exam can range in cost from $50 – $150. Be sure to discuss fees with your optometrist before making an appointment.

Are vision insurance plans accepted?

Many optometrists accept vision insurance plans, so be sure to ask about this when making an appointment. If you do not have vision insurance, be sure to discuss payment options with the optometrist beforehand.

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4135 Lavista Rd Ste 100, Tucker, GA 30084

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