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Getting the Results

After your exam is over, the doctor will go over the findings with you, alert you to any risks and suggest steps to protect your vision, which could be as simple as having another checkup in one or more years. If your current glasses or contacts aren’t doing the trick anymore, you’ll get a prescription for new ones. If other eye problems are detected, your doctor will explain treatment options, which may include eye drops, medication or other therapies.

What if your previously perfect vision isn’t what it used to be? If the problem is mild – you can still pass the driver’s eye test, read comfortably and safely perform everyday tasks – you may decide not to get corrective lenses yet. But if it’s impairing you even moderately, then it’s time for glasses or contacts. Call one of our convenient locations to schedule your exam today or click here to submit an appointment request online.