See Clearly with Comprehensive Eye Exams at
Complete Eye Care
At Complete Eye Care, we believe that healthy eyesight is essential to maintaining an overall high quality of life. That’s why we offer comprehensive eye exams to ensure that your eyes are healthy and functioning properly.
Our state-of-the-art equipment and experienced optometrists provide you with a thorough examination, personalized recommendations, and guidance on maintaining optimal eye health.
What is a Comprehensive Eye Exam?
A comprehensive eye exam is a thorough evaluation of your eyes and vision. It includes a series of tests that are designed to assess your eye health, detect any underlying eye conditions, and determine your visual acuity. Our comprehensive eye exam includes a visual field test, binocular vision assessment, digital retinal imaging, OPTOS Retinal Exam, Corneal mapping, Color Evaluation, Eye Pressure Test, OCT Scan, Visual Acuity Test, Peripheral Vision Assessment, and Refraction Exam.
What to Expect During a Comprehensive Eye Exam
During your comprehensive eye exam at Complete Eye Care, our optometrists will begin by reviewing your medical history and any symptoms you may be experiencing. We will then perform a series of tests to evaluate your eye health, including a visual acuity test, peripheral vision assessment, and eye pressure test. We will also use advanced technologies such as digital retinal imaging, Corneal mapping, and OCT scan to assess the health of your eyes in detail. Our optometrists will explain each test to you as it is being performed and answer any questions you may have.
How Long Does a Comprehensive Eye Exam Take?
The length of a comprehensive eye exam varies depending on the complexity of the examination and the patient’s individual needs. Generally, a comprehensive eye exam takes between 30 minutes to an hour to complete. Our optometrists take the time to ensure that you receive a thorough evaluation and that all your questions are answered.
Children’s Eye Exam in Belmont
Children’s eye exams are critical to identifying and treating vision problems early on. Our optometrists are highly experienced in pediatric eye care and will provide your child with a thorough examination to ensure that their eyes are developing correctly. We will also offer guidance on maintaining healthy eyesight as they grow.
Based on your specific case, our doctor may perform any of the following tests:
Visual Field Test
A visual field test assesses your peripheral vision. During the test, you will be asked to look straight ahead and indicate when you see a light in your peripheral vision. This test can help detect vision loss due to glaucoma, stroke, or other eye conditions.
Binocular Vision Assessment
Binocular vision assessment evaluates how your eyes work together as a team. Our optometrists will use various techniques to measure eye alignment, focusing ability, and eye teaming skills. This test can help detect eye muscle imbalances and other vision problems that may affect your eye coordination and depth perception.
Digital Retinal Imaging
Digital retinal imaging takes high-resolution images of the back of your eye, including the retina and optic nerve. This test can help detect eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and glaucoma.
OPTOS Retinal Exam
An OPTOS Retinal Exam captures a panoramic view of your retina, which allows our optometrists to evaluate the health of your eye in more detail. This test is especially helpful for detecting eye diseases and conditions that may affect the retina.
Corneal mapping measures the shape and curvature of your cornea. This test can help detect astigmatism, keratoconus, and other corneal conditions that can affect your vision.
A color evaluation assesses your color vision. Our optometrists will use various color plates to test your ability to differentiate between different colors. This test can help detect color blindness and other color vision deficiencies.
Eye Pressure Test
An eye pressure test, also known as tonometry, measures the pressure inside your eye. This test can help detect glaucoma, which is a serious eye condition that can cause permanent vision loss if left untreated.
An OCT Scan uses light waves to create detailed images of the layers of your retina. This test can help detect eye diseases and conditions such as macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma.
Visual Acuity Test
A visual acuity test measures how well you see at different distances. Our optometrists will use an eye chart to determine your visual acuity and prescribe corrective lenses if necessary.
Peripheral Vision Assessment
A peripheral vision assessment evaluates your overall field of vision. Our optometrists will use various techniques to measure your ability to see objects in your peripheral vision. This test can help detect vision loss due to glaucoma, stroke, or other eye conditions.
A refraction exam determines your eyeglass prescription. Our optometrists will use a phoropter, a machine with lenses of different strengths, to determine the lenses that provide you with the clearest vision.
Don’t wait until you experience vision problems to schedule a comprehensive eye exam. Visit Complete Eye Care today to ensure that your eyes are healthy and functioning properly.
Our experienced optometrists use the latest technologies to provide you with the best possible care. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.