7640 Chippewa Rd
Brecksville OH 44141
8210 Macedonia Commons Blvd.
Macedonia OH 44056
Brecksville Opticians | 440-526-5565 | 7640 Chippewa Rd., Brecksville OH 44141
Paris Opticians | 330-468-3313 | 8210 Macedonia Commons Blvd., Macedonia OH 44056
Importance of Regular Eye Exams
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The American Optometric Association (AOA) recommends that most people have an eye exam every one to two years depending upon age and health.
An annual eye exam is one of the most important diagnostic and preventative measures you can take to protect your vision and health.
If you are in a higher-risk category for eye disease or complications your eye doctor may recommend more frequent exams. If you notice a change in your vision or receive an injury to your eye, you should contact your eye care professional immediately.
While this information is helpful, it should not be construed as medical advice. For more detailed explanation on any of these topics, please consult the doctors of Brecksville Opticians and Paris Opticians.
Brecksville Opticians and Paris Opticians is a fully staffed to meet your eye care needs. There is a wide selection of appointments available for you to choose from, including:
Types of appointments vary by location. See our Maps page or call 440-526-5565 for Brecksville Opticians or 330-468-3313 for Paris Opticians to schedule an examination at the clinic that best meets your needs.
Routine eye examinations are conducted by licensed, certified doctors of optometry. If serious problems are detected that require further analysis and treatment, our staff of optometrists can quickly and confidently consult with and provide referrals to ophthalmologists and other specialists. Your contact lens appointment can be scheduled at the same time.
How often should people have their eyes tested?
According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s examination guidelines, age determines the recommended frequency for eye examinations.
|Stages of Life||Recommended frequency of |
Routine Eye Exams
|Children||Every 1 to 2 years|
|Adults age 59 or younger and patients who have had refractive surgery||Every 1 to 2 years|
|Adults age 60 and older||Annual|
|Children and adults with pre-existing medical conditions (glaucoma, cataracts, high blood pressure, diabetes and other chronic illness) or contact lens wearers who must renew prescriptions||Annual|