It’s no secret that we all want our vision to be the best it can be. No matter your age or physical health, our experienced optometric team understands the importance of an Eye Exam in Woodbridge, VA.
With our comprehensive Eye Exam, our optometrist will evaluate the health of your eyes using different tests with special diagnostic equipment. Here is what you can expect from our expert eye care team:
After an office tour, our optometrist will assess the quality of your vision by measuring your depth perception as well as your ability to focus on both near and distant objects. You will be given a binocular vision test to check eye coordination. Both the external and internal parts of your eyes are examined using special instruments like a slit lamp biomicroscope, binocular indirect ophthalmoscope, and specialized lenses. Your pupils may be dilated with eye drops for some of these tests. Our optometrist will also screen you for common eye diseases and evaluate your overall eye health.
For this part of your eye exam, our optometrist will refract your eyes, which is the process of determining your eyeglass or contact lens prescription. In order to prescribe the most accurate prescription that will work best for your eyes, we use computerized equipment to perform various measurements. These tests help our optometrist to understand how your eyes function for both work and leisure.
As part of your comprehensive eye exam, our optometrist will measure your eye pressure with a tonometry device. This procedure includes a gentle “air puff” test to evaluate your eye’s fluid pressure – an elevated pressure can mean a risk factor for glaucoma. It is important that our optometrist know if any family members have glaucoma as your family history can greatly increase your own risk of developing this disease in your lifetime.
With the use of our state-of-the-art ocular photographic equipment, we are able to obtain advanced digital images of the back of your eye, which allows us to detect and manage diseases such as glaucoma, diabetes, and macular degeneration.
Our optometrist will measure your peripheral vision, which is your ability to see objects and movement on either side of your direct line of vision. Peripheral vision is often referred to as what you can see “out of the corner of your eye” while looking straight ahead. This test also helps your doctor to assess the health of your eye’s optic nerve.
Take advantage of our introductory offer for your complete eye exam starting at only $79 and a $225 credit towards the purchase of prescription eyeglasses. To make your appointment simply click here or call the 703.680.7850.
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If you want to learn more about our optometrist practice - where we offer the area's most convenient hours, where we offer a variety of generous payment options, and where your and your child's healthy vision is our top priority - Visual Health Doctors of Optometry is here to serve you!