Eye Exams & Health

Just like you regularly care for your car and maintain your home, you can also care for your eyes to keep seeing your best.

A comprehensive eye exam includes tests and procedures to examine and evaluate eye health and vision quality.

An annual comprehensive eye exam is important for maintaining clear vision and overall health.

Vision insurance is a wellness benefit designed to provide routine eye care, prescription eyewear and other vision-related services at a reduced cost.

You know you want to be your best. A number of foods can promote healthy eyes and good vision for a better life.

Here are steps you can take to reduce eyestrain and the other common symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS).

Regardless of your age or physical health, it’s important to have regular eye exams.

While ultraviolet radiation, in moderation, has beneficial effects, such as helping the body manufacture adequate amounts of vitamin D, these rays also can also damage eyes.

The majority of knowledge we have about the world around us comes through our eyes.

Here are some tips for protecting your eyes and preventing vision loss.

The best way to protect your precious sight is through prevention with an annual comprehensive eye exam.

“Legally blind” is often used to describe when a person’s uncorrected refractive error makes them feel visually disabled.

In many cases, vision insurance can help reduce concerns about the cost of routine eye exams and prescription eyewear.

A person's eye color results from pigmentation of a structure called the iris, which surrounds the pupil and helps control how much light can enter the eye.

Color blindness is not a form of blindness at all, but a deficiency in the way you see colors.

For decades athletes have been screened for possible health conditions in preparation for participation in school sports. Yet far too often, eye exams are not part of the typical pre-participation physical examination (PPE).

Schedule an eye exam today!