Patient-Focused, Health-Oriented Eye Care
You deserve to have a clear understanding of what your eyes need.
Through comprehensive techniques, our mission is to provide you with patient-focused, health-oriented eye care. We’re here to support your sight and preserve your eye health.
Book your eye exam at Advanced Family Eye Care today.
Why Are Eye Exams Important?
To help protect your eyes, we recommend a comprehensive eye exam at least once every 2 years for patients between the ages of 18 and 40. We also recommend annual eye exams if you’re over 64 or have a higher risk of developing an age-related eye problem or eye disease.
What You Can Expect From an Eye Exam
No pair of eyes are ever the same, so we personalize our approach to fit the needs of each patient.
On top of our standard exam techniques, we can also perform additional tests to better understand your eye health and how we can support it. From our findings, our team can craft a personal strategy to help preserve your sight throughout your life.
Please bring any relevant and current health information when you come in for your eye exam. Some health conditions, like diabetes, may also affect your eye health over time, and we can orient your exam to address these concerns.
Technologies We Use
Treatments & Strategies We May Offer
Common Age-Related Eye Conditions
Presbyopia is a common eye condition you may have a risk of developing after you turn 40.
The lens inside your eye becomes more rigid as you age, making it more difficult to focus on up-close objects. Multifocal eyeglasses or contact lenses can help correct this issue, but your prescription may progress as you age.
Sometimes, we may recommend laser eye surgery to help address presbyopia.
Cataracts are common lens-affecting issues that may impair your vision over time. Without treatment, they may lead to blindness.
Cataracts develop when proteins in your eye’s lens start to break down as you age, causing your lens to develop a hazy, milky, or cloudy appearance, affecting your vision quality.
Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye disease that typically develops in adults 55 and older.
The disease, which has 2 different versions, wet and dry, affects a part of your retina called the macula, which provides the central vision you use to see fine details, read, and recognize faces.
Please visit our Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management page to learn more about AMDand how we can help manage it.
There’s no question that your eye health and vision can change as you age, but addressing potential issues early could help preserve your sight throughout your life.
Visit Advanced Family Eye Care Today
Taking care of your vision is a life-long responsibility. Find out how our team can help preserve your sight throughout your life and book your next appointment at Advanced Family Eye Care today.
We’re located just off Riverstone Blvd. in The Offices at Riverstone. If you have any trouble finding us, please give us a call.