Frequently Asked Questions
- Children should have a comprehensive eye exam at six months, three years and five years of age
- Ages 6 to 18 should be seen yearly
- Adults (ages 18-60) should been seen every two years
- Adults 60 and older should be seen yearly
If you have eye diseases or systemic diseases you should ask your eye care professional as certain diseases need to be monitored closely to help avoid permanent vision loss.
- A list of all medications
- Your current eyeglasses and/or contacts
- Your previous prescription information (if available)
- Insurance card
- A list of any questions or concerns that you may have
However, ‘20/20 vision’ does not account for eye health, underlying eye disease, eye tracking skill, the ability to focus your eyesight at varying distances, long-term focusing ability, or tell you anything about your peripheral vision.
For more information see our page on dry eye.