Whether you are near-sighted or far-sighted, glasses or contacts can help you see clearly. If you’ve experienced vision problems lately, schedule an eye exam at Family Eye Care in Geneva, IL, so that you can get a prescription for corrective eyewear.
What Is a Comprehensive Vision Examination?
Our comprehensive vision examinations consist of several tests that, together, tell us the type and strength of prescription that you need. They also tell us if you may have other vision problems that we need to address. We want you to feel comfortable at our office, so feel free to ask us any questions about the tests that we perform and the information that we receive from them.
When Should I Have My Eyesight Checked
Vision problems often set in at a young age. The American Optometric Association recommends that your child’s first eye exam occur when they reach six months of age. Schedule subsequent visits when your child turns three and just before they enter first grade.
Eyesight plays a large role in a child’s early development, as well as in their ability to succeed in school. With the help of our early comprehensive vision examinations, you can ensure that your child can see clearly enough to reach their potential. Childhood is not the only time that near-sightedness or far-sightedness can develop. Eyesight often worsens as individuals age, so if you’ve recently noticed yourself struggling to read stop signs or squinting when you read a novel, you need to have your vision checked.
Do You Accept Insurance
Because we believe that everyone should be able to afford quality eye care, we have partnered with several insurance companies, including NVA, VSP, and EyeMed. Check out our Insurance page to see if we accept your insurance carrier. To schedule your comprehensive eye examination in Geneva, IL, call (630) 377-2020 or fill out our online form.