Comprehensive
Eye Exams

Even if you’ve had 20/20 vision all your life, cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration can sneak up on you with no warning at all. With regular checkups we can discover these problems early, when they’re easier to treat. Left to progress unchecked, cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration could eventually rob you of your sight forever. “The best is yet to be” and we’ll help you to see life in all of its glory!

Eye Exams for Glasses, Contacts, & More

Routine eye exams are critical for people of all ages and conditions. Arvada Vision & Eye Clinic offers comprehensive eye exams for our patients in Arvada, CO. We offer complete eye care services, including eye tests and vision tests. Your eye vision is nothing to ignore, and our team of eye doctors will determine your prescription for contact lenses or eyeglasses and check for common eye diseases while assessing how your eyes work together. Learn more about our comprehensive eye exams and get in touch with us to schedule an appointment.

Eye Exams in Arvada, CO
Routine Eye Exam in Arvada, CO

Eye Exams for Everyone

Eye exams are beneficial for patients of all ages. Our optometrists examine children starting at age five to prevent vision problems. Vision problems in children are easier to treat early, so don’t put off bringing your kids in for an eye exam. We screen for common childhood eye conditions. Adult eye exams also screen for diseases and manage existing conditions. We recommend annual eye exams if you wear contacts or eyeglasses. You should still have an eye exam every other year, even if you don’t require vision correction. Children should also have their eyes examined regularly. Tests included in eye exams may consist of visual acuity, preliminary tests, keratometry/topography tests, refraction tests, and eye focusing tests.

Risk Factors Requiring Frequent Eye Exams

Patients with certain risk factors should ensure they have eye exams at least annually. If you are over 65, you should have a yearly eye exam, or more often if necessary. Adults 18 through 64 should have annual eye exams if they have any of the following risk factors:

  • Personal or family history of ocular disease
  • Member of certain ethnic or racial groups
  • Occupations that can be hazardous to the eyes or visually demanding
  • Functional vision in only one eye
  • Contact lens wearers
  • Systemic health conditions that have potential ocular manifestations
  • Experience with eye surgery or a previous eye injury
  • High or progressive refractive error

What to Expect From Your Eye Exam

If you haven’t had an eye exam for a while or are new to our practice, Arvada Vision & Eye Clinic wants you to know what you can expect from a comprehensive eye exam. Your eye exam will not be unpleasant and will be relatively non-invasive. Exactly what you can expect depends on which conditions we are looking for. Most exams will feature a visual acuity screening, slit-lamp exam, cover test for eye alignment, pupil dilation, tonometry/glaucoma test, and refraction testing. Our eye doctors will discuss your results and provide any recommended treatments.

Mission | Vision | Values

Our entire Arvada optometry staff is committed to ensuring the comfort and satisfaction of each and every patient. We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule by finding appointment times that meet your needs. Our knowledgeable staff at Arvada Vision & Eye Clinic will work with you to help you understand your vision insurance coverage and provide financial alternatives to ensure you get the best vision care possible.

Complete Eye Care Services at Arvada Vision & Eye Clinic

The team at Arvada Vision & Eye Clinic offers routine eye exams for our patients in Arvada. We prescribe eyeglasses and contact lenses based on the results of your exam. Our team also provides medical care, treating cataracts, glaucoma, dry eyes, and diabetic eye disease, and offering laser vision correction. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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