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Comprehensive Eye Exam

Your Annual Visit

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Because eyes are part of your body, annual eye health and vision exams are an important part of your general health care. We use the latest technology to thoroughly evaluate your eyes, pinpoint your sharpest vision, and work WITH you to personalize your care. 

What to Expect at Your Visit

At Eyes on the Lake you'll be guided through your eye care journey by a team of eyecare specialists. We utilize the latest technology to thoroughly assess your eye health and vision.

The doctor will talk you through all of your findings giving specific recommendations for your prescription needs and healthcare plan.

Our stylists help you find the perfect frames to enhance your vision and showcase your style. 

Why You Should Have an Annual Eye Exam

Routine eye exams are an important aspect of maintaining one's overall health. As with an annual physical or dental exam, it is extremely important to have your eyes examined regularly.

Regardless of how great your eyesight is, scheduling regular eye exams is a great way to stay on top of your overall health.

Adults should have an eye exam every year to look for changes that might affect eye health. 

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More Than Vision

While eye exams are important for one's vision, routine eye exams can also help to identify a variety of problems ranging from cognitive decline to diabetes. Since the eye is an extension of the brain and the only part of the body where blood vessels and tissue are visible, it allows an eye doctor to detect warning signs of the early stages of different health problems, such as diabetes which can present as bleeding in the eye or swelling in parts of the retina.

Besides diabetes, there are several other health problems that may be detected during a routine eye exam such as brain tumors, rheumatoid arthritis, or other autoimmune disorders which may be the reason behind dry eyes.

Skin cancer on the eyelid is another health risk as the eyelid is very sensitive to ultraviolet rays and may be one of the first places affected by different types of skin cancers. Any spots or affected areas may be detected before skin cancer can spread to other parts of the body.

High blood pressure can show as the blood vessels in the back of the eye appearing bent or leaking, the narrowing of the vessels in the retina, swelling of the optic nerve, and hypertensive retinopathy in its earliest stages can be looked for during the exam.

There are also some progressive eye diseases that are not immediately apparent and should be tested for during regular eye examinations including:

  • Glaucoma which is the buildup of pressure within the eye that causes damage to the optic nerve and can lead to a loss of peripheral vision or a complete loss of vision. Glaucoma is a chronic, progressive eye disease that doesn't show any symptoms or pain in the initial stages.

  • Macular degeneration is an eye condition that causes damage to the retina and loss of central vision.

  • Cataracts are the most common cause of blindness in the world. Cataracts occur when the lens of the eye becomes less flexible with age. Blurred or foggy vision and sensitivity to light are common symptoms. Cataracts are easily corrected with outpatient surgery.


Vision changes can have a profound effect on a person’s day-to-day life, but early treatments can help to slow or stop vision loss and regular eye exams can help ensure a lifetime of clear sight

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414-293-1180

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