Regular eye exams are important for maintaining good vision and detecting any potential vision problems early on. During an eye exam, an optometrist or ophthalmologist will check your vision acuity, assess your eye health, and look for any signs of eye disease or disorders. Early detection and treatment of vision problems can help prevent further vision loss and maintain good eye health. Additionally, regular eye exams can also detect underlying health conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure. It is recommended that adults have their eyes tested at least every two years, or more frequently if they have a history of eye problems or are at a higher risk for developing them.
What Do We Check ?
Near & Far
Our vision test includes a comprehensive assessment of both near and far vision. This allows us to determine any issues with a person's ability to see objects both up close and at a distance.
We provide a precise diagnosis of sight correction based on the results of our vision test. This means we can determine exactly what kind of glasses a person needs to improve their vision, whether they require lenses for reading or long-distance vision, or if they need glasses with more specialized correction.
Our vision test also includes an evaluation for common eye diseases, such as cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. Detecting these conditions early is critical to preventing vision loss and maintaining healthy eyes, and our testing helps ensure that our customers receive the care they need to keep their eyes in optimal condition.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is the duration of the vision test ?
A vision test typically takes 15-20 minutes.
What are the hours of operation of the optician's office ?
The hours of operation of our optician's office are:
- Everyday from 9am to 5pm
How do I schedule an appointment for a vision test ?
You can schedule an appointment for a vision test by clicking the right location above or contacting our customer service.
Are walk-ins accepted ?
Yes, visit us at the nearest Lapaire shop.
What types of eye exams are offered ?
An eye exam checks for a variety of conditions such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia, as well as eye diseases like cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration.
Is the office accessible for people with disabilities?
Yes, the office is accessible for people with disabilities. Our facilities are designed to accommodate everyone, ensuring that everyone has equal access to eye care services. We strive to make sure that our offices are welcoming and accommodating to everyone, no matter their needs or disabilities.
Is there a wait time for an appointment?
No, appointments start at the reserved time and there is no wait time.
What type of technology is used for the eye exam?
At Lapaire Glasses, we use state-of-the-art technology to ensure the most accurate and thorough eye exams. Our cutting-edge tools and equipment ensure you get the best possible results, ensuring that you receive the right prescription for your eyeglasses.