Eye Exam

Vision screenings are basic eye tests that help identify whether you have any problem with your vision, but do not test for eye diseases or the underlying causes of any vision problem you may have. It does, however, indicate whether you should get a comprehensive eye exam, but should not be seen as a substitute for one.

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What to Expect

At Cynard our comprehensive eye examinations is performed by our outstanding eye doctors and will involve a thorough examination of all aspects of your vision.
Our doctors will recommend a treatment plan customized to your individual needs. This includes prescription lenses, eye exercises, eye drops or ointment, and even surgery if the problem is serious.

What’s Included

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Slit Lamp Exam

This helps detect a wide range of eye conditions and diseases including cataracts, macular degeneration, corneal ulcers and diabetic retinopathy.
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Visual Acuity

This is a test to measure the sharpness of your vision.
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Color Blindness

A screening test to check your color vision to rule out color blindness.
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Cover Test

This is the simplest and easiest way to test if your eyes work well together.
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Glaucoma

Most glaucoma tests involve testing the pressure in your eye. Most eye exams perform some form of glaucoma test
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Ocular Motility or Eye Movements

This test determines how well your eyes can follow a moving object as well as fixate on different targets. Issues with eye movement can cause eye strain and lead to difficulties in reading.
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