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During a complete eye health exam, your doctor will not only determine your prescription for glasses, but will also perform a medical eye exam to check for common eye diseases, assess how your eyes work together as a team and evaluate your eyes as an indicator of your overall health. Eye examinations are an important part of health maintenance for everyone. Adults should have their eye examination yearly to check for early signs of eye disease and to keep their prescriptions current. For children, yearly eye exams can play an important role in normal development, and should start at 6-9 months old.

A contact lens evaluation is a separate part of a comprehensive eye examination and requires additional testing. Contact lens examinations and fittings have different levels of difficulty; this depends on the types of contact lenses needed, the visual requirements of the patient and the health of the patient’s eyes. A Contact Lens Evaluation and Fitting includes: a comprehensive evaluation of the patient’s cornea (the front surface of the eye); evaluation of the tear layer and surrounding structures of the eye; consultation with the patient on the best type of contact lenses needed to solve their vision problems; designing, ordering and verification of Diagnostic lenses; as well as designing, ordering and verification of final lenses. All contact lens training including insertion and removal, maintenance and cleaning and all associated office visits (within six months) to dispense and evaluate the fit of the contact lenses. This evaluation is in addition to an insurance covered Eye Examination.

We have two convenient locations to serve you in Ann Arbor. We also accept many insurance plans. Call either our Main Street location at 734-665-5306 or our Plymouth Road location at  734-930-2373 to schedule an appointment today.  
 

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