4 Things Examined During A Comprehensive Eye Exam Beyond Visual Acuity
Have you had a comprehensive eye exam recently? Even if you don't suspect that you have problems with your vision, getting an eye exam periodically is important. Adults between the ages of 20 and 64 should have an eye exam at least every two to four years, possibly even more frequently if certain risks exist. Determining if you need glasses, contacts, or some type of visual aid is only one reason to get an eye exam.