Eye Exam

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At OPMT we set a huge importance on yearly eye exams. With amazing technological changes, we now have digital imaging machines. We can offer drop-less eye exams! No dilation needed with this new state-of-the-art imaging. There are no pain sensors behind the eyes which can cause issues. You won’t feel the broken blood vessel, tumor, or like item. Perfect vision doesn’t always mean healthy eyes. We want to be proactive and catch any issues/changes as soon as possible. With the new imaging we can compare previous exams and see any changes. We can see the most subtle issues and this makes our job exceedingly more efficient. These exams can show are testing…


Did you know…

that a periodic eye exam can reveal underlying health issues long before other symptoms are present? In addition to identifying vision complications and eye disease, a comprehensive eye examination can also reveal conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes, or even a brain tumor. The American Optometric Association recommends that adults under age 60 undergo a Nashville eye exam at least once every two years. At-risk patients and patients over age 60 should get an eye exam annually.

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m healthy and can see clearly. Do I need an eye exam?

Yes. Eye examinations can reveal much more than vision impairments – they can save lives. If you haven’t had an eye exam in the past 12 to 24 months, contact your Nashville eye doctor to schedule an appointment.

What should I expect during my eye examination?

Your eye exam will take approximately half an hour and will include a series of tests using advanced optometric machinery. You will also be asked about your medical history and any vision complications you may be experiencing. Eye exams typically do not hurt, but you can expect to look into bright lights or have air blown into your eyes during your visit.

What should I expect following my appointment?

If you are given a clean bill of health with no vision impairments, you can return to your normal activities and plan to visit your Nashville eye doctor again in one to two year. If you are found to have refractive errors, you may be given a prescription for corrective lenses. In cases where disease is present, you may be referred to a vision or medical specialist for further treatment.