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Senior Eye Exams in Longmont

If you're age 60 or older, then your typical annual eye exam may not be sufficient in protecting your eye and vision health any longer. Instead, it may be time to schedule a senior eye exam with your trusted Longmont eye doctor. Here at Longmont Vision Center, we provide specialized care to seniors and our team works tirelessly to help protect your ocular health and vision in the long-term.

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Why Schedule a Senior Eye Exam?

As you age, you unfortunately become more prone to a number of ocular conditions. For example, did you know that cataracts are one of the most common health conditions faced by seniors? This eye condition is characterized by blurry vision, poor night vision, and even reduced ability to distinguish colors. The good news, however, is that cataracts can be caught and treated early on.

In fact, early detection is the key to successfully treating a number of common eye conditions, including glaucoma. By having a senior eye exam at least once a year, your doctor can be on the lookout for specific warning signs of these potential problems. Upon early detection of symptoms, you have a much greater chance of successful treatment. As a result, you can reduce your chances of an ocular condition having a significant impact on your quality of life.

What a Longmont Senior Eye Exam Entails

So, just how does a Longmont senior eye exam differ from the traditional eye and vision exams you've been having done annually? For starters, a senior eye exam generally focuses on the prevention and management of eye diseases, including cataracts and glaucoma (as mentioned above). During such an eye exam, your doctor will be focused on watching for common signs of these conditions and acting accordingly. Furthermore, senior eye exams generally include outright testing for other common conditions such as macular degeneration.

Of course, during your senior eye exam, you will also have your vision tested to ensure that your prescription is up-to-date. If needed, changes to your corrective lens prescription can be made and you can order a new set of eyeglasses, sunglasses, or contacts.

Choosing the Right Longmont Optometrist

Of course, you don't want to rely on just any Longmont optometrist for your senior eye exam. Instead, you'll want to find a reputable optometrist that has years of experience in serving the community—particularly when it comes to senior citizens. This way, you can rest assured that you're in good hands.

Here at Longmont Vision Center, senior eye exams are just one of the many services we have to offer our patients. As part of your eye exam, you'll receive personalized care, screening for a number of ocular diseases, and a comprehensive vision exam as well.

Contact Our Optometrist at Longmont Vision Center

Longmont Vision Center prides itself in offering the highest quality eye care to each patient in the Longmont, Colorado, and surrounding locations. Be sure to give our office a call today at (303) 651-6700 to schedule an appointment for your senior eye exam.

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