Our vision exam in Queens is recommended for all patients once per year. Your vision needs change with the passage of time, and at Fabulous Optical, we want you to always be enjoying the highest level of vision that you’re capable of achieving. Our commitment to your eyesight is total and complete. If you are currently wearing eyeglasses or contact lenses, you might be able to benefit from an update to your existing prescription. And if you don’t wear corrective lenses at all right now, maybe you really do need them after all. Your vision might be okay, but we can make it sharper and clearer with a brand new prescription.
Our vision exam in Queens will test you to determine how well you see up close, far away, and peripherally (side-to-side). Based on the results, you may need single vision lenses, bifocal, or even multifocal (if you are nearsighted, farsighted, and also have an astigmatism). Rest assured we have eyeglass and contact lenses to meet any vision needs you have.
The best eye care also includes maintaining the health of your eyes. The most common eye diseases, which don’t present any obvious symptoms during their earliest stages, include glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration (for those older than 40), and diabetic retinopathy (if you have been diagnosed with type one or type two diabetes). Our eye doctor will screen you using a variety of tests that will show any indications of these diseases. Safe and effective treatments and management options are available to address any of them. But because you won’t know you have one until it has progressed to the point of causing you eye damage or vision loss to some extent, it is all the more vital to find out with our vision exam in Queens annually.
You can even get valuable health benefits that go beyond your optical well-being. The state of your retinal blood vessels can reveal the presence of diabetes, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol. And the benefits of discovering these concerns promptly cannot be overstated. Naturally, if our vision exam in Queens finds any issues, you will be referred back to your primary physician for the appropriate follow up care.