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At Associated Eye Care, we understand the importance of regular eye examinations to maintain eye health. Many eye conditions, such as glaucoma and macular degeneration, can be silent in their early stages. If identified early in their course, these conditions can often be managed to prevent harm to your health and vision. During a Well Vision exam, your doctor will perform a comprehensive assessment of the eyes to ensure that they are in good health. In addition, you may receive updated prescriptions for glasses and/or contact lenses.
Well Vision exams are intended for patients with healthy eyes. Prescriptions for glasses and/or contact lenses may be updated at these visits. There are no age limits for Well Vision exams. We have doctors who specialize in both pediatric and adult patients. Well Vision visits are not intended for the evaluation of new problems or for monitoring or management of known ocular medical problems.
In some instances, unknown or uncontrolled medical problem are identified during a Well Vision exam. Additional time or testing may be required to further evaluate these problems. If this occurs, your doctor will request that you return for a medical follow-up visit to further evaluate and treat the problem.
Yes. These benefits are designed to cover Well Vision exams. Associated Eye Care accepts most eye care insurances including those who provide “routine” exam coverage, such as EyeMed and VSP. Please be aware that Well Vision exams are intended to ensure wellness and update glasses and/or contact lens prescriptions. They are not intended to evaluate new medical problems or manage ongoing medical needs.
Absolutely. Well Vision was designed with the lifestyles and vision needs of our LASIK patients in mind.
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