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Eye Health Library / Eye Exam & Diagnoses
As most people age, their vision needs change. Complications often arise, and getting expert care from a doctor of optometry is critical.
At age 65 and older, you should have an eye exam at least once a year. A comprehensive eye health examination should be the key to preserving your vision and making it last a lifetime. Regular exams conducted by your doctor of optometry give you peace of mind in knowing that your eyes are being treated by an eye health professional that can identify potential health issues early. Early identification and treatment of conditions that can often have no visible symptoms is key to protecting your sight.
As an adult aged 65 or older, you are at a higher risk for a number of eye conditions and diseases that can threaten your sight, including: