Adult & Senior Eye Exams in Florida

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Comprehensive Exams Backed by Expertise

At Center For Sight, our board-certified optometric physicians are prepared to promote every aspect of your eye health. Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the best possible eye care. 

It all starts with a comprehensive eye exam where we can help identify vision issues, even in the earliest stages, ensuring you get the quick, effective treatment you need.

Our team is here to help you. Book an appointment today.

Why Eye Exams Are Necessary

An eye exam is about more than finding your prescription. Each time you visit us, you give us the opportunity to assess your entire visual system, detect early signs of disease, and evaluate your overall health. 

Many issues can develop with minimal symptoms, but the technology we use during our exams can help catch early signs of these problems. 

Common vision problems we can detect during an eye exam include:

How Often Do You Need an Exam? 

According to the American Optometric Association, adults aged 18-64 should get an eye exam every 2 years, or whenever they notice vision-related issues. Adults over the age of 65 should receive a comprehensive eye exam every year. 

We know that everyone is different, which is why we’ll work with you to find a schedule that works for you. You may need to come in more frequently if you wear contacts, have diabetes, or have a family history of vision issues.

Book Your Next Eye Exam Today

Several eye conditions and other visual problems can develop without you knowing, making regular eye exams an essential aspect of maintaining your overall health. 

Our highly skilled team is here to help with all aspects of your vision and eye health—book an appointment at one of our locations in Southwest Florida to experience exceptional eye care.

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