Eye Exams and Glasses
Preventative and routine eye exams are important to maintaining good eye health. Often, eye and vision problems do not have obvious symptoms or signs, but are easily diagnosed by a licensed optometrist. By diagnosing eye and vision conditions early on, our optometrists are able provide treatment options and, in many cases, restore or prevent vision loss. The American Optometric Association recommends yearly or bi-yearly eye and vision exams, depending on whether you are at-risk or not.
We believe that everyone at every age deserves great eye care. That’s why we see patients from infancy on. Dr. Lisa Januskey especially enjoys seeing the youngest end of the spectrum while Dr. Tran connects best with patients in their golden years. Dr. Januskey is particularly good with special populations such as children with ADHD and people with genetic abnormalities like Down’s syndrome. To learn about the eye care needs of each demographic, please continuing reading below.
Once you’re over 60, eye examinations are no longer “routine.” Vision and ocular changes present new challenges as you age, but these changes don’t have to hold you back. Learn what to expect and when to seek help.
Special Needs Patients
Special needs patients receive special attention at Precision Eye Care. We modify our approach to keep our special needs patients as comfortable as possible while still delivering eye care as accurately and efficiently as possible.
ADHD and vision are intimately related. Some vision problems can even masquerade as ADHD. Becoming diagnosed with certain binocular vision disorders can increase your child’s risk of developing ADHD.