What to Expect During Your Visit
The typical examination consists of multiple elements in a staged approach to provide both you and your physician with the most accurate information possible, ensuring quality care.The technicians will perform various tests including, but not limited to, checking your vision, obtaining eye pressures and dilation.
The dilation is very important to your exam. It allows the physician to examine your eye in its entirety to ensure its health.
Depending on the reason for your visit, you may also require additional testing such as Visual Field (peripheral vision evaluation) and Photography, just to name a few. These may add time to your visit but will provide crucial information to the physician.
We will do our very best to provide you with quality care in a timely fashion. Thank you for choosing Eye Care Associates. If you have any concerns please don’t hesitate to speak with any member of our team.
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