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Comprehensive Eye and Vision Exams from Our Winchester Optometrist

If you agree that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, then you'll understand how a comprehensive annual eye exam and vision evaluation could make all the difference in enjoying a lifetime of optimal eyesight. Regular examinations from our Winchester optometrist, Dr. Joseph P. Deering, can detect even the most subtle signs of lurking eye diseases -- eye diseases that might otherwise spend years destroying your ocular health without your knowledge. Let's take a look at what to expect from a state-of-the-art eye exam at Winchester Optical.

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How Our Eye Doctor in Winchester Administers an Annual Eye Exam

An annual eye exam is generally recommended for anyone who wants to make absolutely sure there are no new eye or vision problems on the horizon, or that an existing problem is under control. This is especially important for the early detection of diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, progressive diseases that cause irreversible damage and, eventually, major vision loss if they go untreated. The earlier we catch these issues and administer that treatment, the easier it is to preserve your eyesight. A comprehensive exam from our eye doctor in Winchester consists of three primary stages:

  • Eye Health Evaluations - Our Winchester eye doctor goes far beyond traditional techniques for eye health evaluations. We take baseline photographs of the inner eye structures for future reference. Annidis multispectral imaging actually reveals blood flow patterns beneath the retinal surface, while macular pigment testing (MPOD) can reveal the earliest signs of macular degeneration. You'll also be happy to know that our iCare tonometry can check your eye pressure (a factor in glaucoma) without the traditional, uncomfortable "puff test."
  • Eye Function Evaluations - Your eyes must be able to coordinate with each other, and with the brain, before they can produce clear vision. (This is especially critical for children whose visual skills are still in a state of growth and development.) Our Winchester eye doctor can administer simple, painless eye function evaluations to test your eye teaming and tracking, focusing, ocular motility, eye alignment and other necessary functions. If we discover an eye function problem, we may recommend corrective lenses, vision therapy and other treatments.
  • Vision Testing - Our Winchester eye doctor wants to make absolutely sure you're seeing as well as possible. Vision testing with the traditional eye chart tells us whether you have a refractive error that requires correction, such as myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism or presbyopia. If you have a known refractive error, annual vision tests can determine whether your corrective prescription needs to be updated.

Contact Our Optometrist in Winchester to Schedule Essential Eye Care

An annual eye exam is the single most important thing you can do to ensure many more years of optimal eyesight for your loved ones and yourself. Call our optometrist in Winchester at (781) 729-4553 to schedule this essential form of eye care for your whole family!

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