We take pride in the fact that we provide eye exams for patients of all ages in Newton, NC, and Mooresville, NC.
Regular eye exams are a critical part of protecting the health of your eyes, as well as your vision. If it’s been a while since your last checkup, schedule a visit with our optometrist in Newton or Mooresville, North Carolina.
The main purpose of eye exams is to check your vision. If you currently wear glasses or contacts, we’ll determine if your prescription is still correct during your exam. If adjustments need to be made, we’ll help you select new contact lenses or glasses.
Even if you don’t use corrective eyewear, it’s still essential to get regular eye exams. During your eye exam in Newton or Mooresville, we’ll not only check for vision problems but also look for signs of eye-related issues like glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy.
Your eye exam is the perfect time to ask our optometrist any questions you might have about your vision and eye health. Am I a candidate for LASIK? Can I wear contact lenses? Why do my eyes get red? Because we’re committed to your satisfaction, we’ll take the time needed to address your concerns and provide effective solutions.
At Vision Center of Lake Norman and Lifetime Eyecare, we provide eye exams for patients of all ages. If you need to have your eyes checked or one of your children needs to have their vision corrected, give us a call today to set up an appointment at our eye doctor’s office in Newton or Mooresville.
At Vision Center of Lake Norman and Lifetime Eyecare, we offer eye exams to residents of Mooresville, Newton, Davidson, Troutman, Sherrills Ford, Terrell, Huntersville, Statesville, and Cornelius, North Carolina.
Can I do an eye exam online?
What is included in an eye exam?
Eye health evaluation with screening for Dry Eyes, AMD and Glaucoma. Also, visual testing, which includes a refraction for eyeglasses and contact lens evaluation.
What diseases can be detected in an eye exam?
Systemic diseases – High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, High Cholesterol, Brain tumors, Melanoma and many more.
Eye diseases – Dry Eyes, Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Retinal tears/detachments, Diabetic Retinopathy and more.
How often do I need an eye exam?
Recommend an annual eye exam
Is it necessary for the doctor to dilate my pupils during the exam?
Not always, Optos retinal screening allows us to see the retina without dilating. Certain findings or risk factors do require dilation of your eyes during the exam.