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Eye Care Questions
When should children have their first eye exam?
Infants should have their first comprehensive eye exam at 6 months of age. Then additional exams at age 3, and again prior to elementary school. Our number one concern is the ongoing health of your eyes. That is why we provide the most thorough and detailed vision and eye health care available.
How often should adults have eye exams?
Adults should have annual eye exam if they wear glasses or contact lenses. If you don’t normally need vision correction you should still have your eyes examined every 1-2 years to check for common are related problems, such as presbyopia (having trouble reading) around they age of 40. He also checks for cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. Annual exams are recommended for adults with diabetes, high blood pressure, and other diseases because many diseases can have an impact on vision and eye health.
Should I be sleeping in my contact lenses?
All contact lenses should be taken out and cleaned daily. Overwearing your contacts can result at first in loss of wearing time and blurred vision. Later it can result in itching, intolerance, dryness, scratchiness. Sometimes stopping contact lens wear due to stretching the life of the lens or extended wear will require stopping contact lens wear for a long period of time.
Do I have dry eyes that can be treated?
Yes, dry eyes can always be treated. Here at Eye 35 we strive to reduce or remove all symptoms associated with dry eyes. View our video describing all symptoms of dry eye, you’ll be surprised by a few.