Have you ever seen a sunset that can’t be caught on camera, or wished the stars and moon would come out clearer in your picture? It’s amazing what the human eye can capture, that man is simply incapable of doing. Taking care of your eyes is what Lowcountry Vision Care is all about. We recognize that one of the most important aspects of caring for your eyes is scheduling regular eye exams with your local optometrist. Why is this the case, even if you seem to have great vision?
The reason eye exams are so important is that the eye may be unhealthy long before your vision is impacted. If an eye with such a condition goes untreated until vision fades, the damage may be irreversible. Thus, even if you have great vision, you should be making regular eye exams to ensure your eye’s health.
Our goal here at Lowcountry Vision Care is to make sure your vision is the best it can be. Our comprehensive eye exams test for binocular vision, color vision, retinal damage, glaucoma, and more. Anyone in your family can qualify for these tests if needed. These comprehensive exams are simple and only take up to 90 minutes.
The American Optometric Association suggests that vision care should be given the same attention as other medical practices, such as dentistry. You should not put off getting such an exam as damage to vision usually cannot be reversed. It is recommended to have a routine eye exam every two years. Young children need exams as well. They can have their first exam as early as six months old. After that, it’s recommended they get a vision check-up at three years old and before starting 1st grade.
There may be free eye screenings at your child’s school or in your place of work, but keep in mind that these screenings are not comprehensive and may miss important details. Make sure to visit our office in Pawleys Island for your detailed exam. All of our exams are quick and painless. Take care of your vision to enjoy the sights around you by making an appointment with Lowcountry Vision Care in Pawleys Island now.