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If you're like most people, you treasure your eyesight and hope to enjoy optimal vision for many more years. But just like any other part of the body, the eyes can fall prey to problems that threaten their health and function. That's why you need to schedule regular comprehensive eye exams to catch these problems in their early stages. Our optometry team at The Eye Center, Dr. Ward and Dr. Hall can play a vital role in preserving your eyesight through our comprehensive eye examinations in South Tulsa and Okmulgee.
It's all too easy to fall into a pattern of having your eyes checked only in response to changes in your vision or other obvious signs of trouble -- and of course you should consult your eye doctor at such times. But even if you aren't showing symptoms of an eye problem, that doesn't necessarily mean your eyes are fine. Many progressive eye diseases such as macular degeneration, glaucoma and diabetic eye disease can cause gradual but permanent destruction to the ocular tissue; by the time you can recognize a change in your vision, your eyes may have already sustained serious, irreparable damage. The best way to prevent this scenario is by getting your eyes examined every year by your South Tulsa or Okmulgee optometrist.
A comprehensive eye examination at The Eye Center consists of several stages. One of the first things your optometrist will do is study your medical history and ask you about any symptoms or concerns you may be contending with. We will then administer exams according to three basic categories:
If you're in South Tulsa, Okmulgee or Bixby and you want to get the most out of your eyesight, take steps to safeguard it today. Call The Eye Center at either of our two optometry offices to schedule an eye exam! 918-369-3937
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