Senior Eye Exams, Newmarket, ON
We offer Newmarket, ON area residents the very best in senior eye exams by checking for all the conditions that become more common as you get older.
As we age, many things in our body change, and our eyes are no different. Eye health becomes increasingly important as you reach your senior years, making senior eye exams of utmost importance, even if you never experienced vision or eye problems in your youth. At Dr. Miller & Dr. Tilis Family Optometry, we offer Newmarket, ON area residents the very best in senior eye exams by checking for all the conditions that become more common as you get older.
Some eye problems are very gradual, whereas others can have symptoms more quickly. That is not to say that you should wait until you experience a problem to have senior eye exams, since we can be a big part of helping your protect your eyesight as you age. In addition, there are some health conditions that can be detected through senior eye exams before any noticeable symptoms arise.
We have a wide variety of products that are perfect if you are experiencing some of the eye changes that are common at age 40 and beyond. For example, if you are finding a need to use reading glasses along with your usual vision correction for distance, there are many bifocal and even trifocal options available. There are also multifocal contact lenses.
Our senior eye exams check for the various sight-threatening eye diseases that you might experience as you enter your golden years. We check for cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, dry macular degeneration and wet macular degeneration.
Since Ontario requires drivers to have a vision test every two years upon reaching 80 years of age, don’t wait until then to find out you have a vision problem. Schedule senior eye exams with us regularly, so we can help you keep your vision as clear as possible and you won’t have any problems renewing your license.
Call us today to schedule your eye exam! We have convenient hours and friendly and experienced staff members who will be happy to provide information about preserving your vision, whether you’re 5, 50, or 100!