To help you safeguard your vision OPMT Vision Centers offer a variety of eye exams to suit your unique vision and eye health needs.
Adult & Senior Eye Exams
Adults and seniors should be seen annually for a comprehensive eye exam. However, depending on your unique vision and eye care needs, you may need to visit your optometrist more frequently. Your optometric physician will let you know how often you should have your eyes checked.
You can learn more about the importance of regular eye exams, and what to expect during your appointment by visiting our Adult & Senior Eye Exams page.
Safeguard your vision. Schedule your next appointment today!
Children’s Eye Exams
Your child’s vision plays a crucial role in their development. Having clear vision helps your child learn and flourish, both inside and outside the classroom. Regular comprehensive eye exams are necessary to properly assess your child’s vision and eye health, monitor any changes, and help them reach their full potential.
You can learn more about the critical role comprehensive eye exams play in your child’s development, and how often your child should be seeing the optometrist, by visiting our Children’s Eye Exams page.
Help your child succeed. Request your child’s next appointment today!
Diabetic Eye Exams
Diabetes impacts your body in a wide variety of ways, including your sight and ocular health. Individuals with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes have special visual and eye health needs, and should have their eyes examined by their optometrist at least once per year.
Even if your blood sugar levels are stable and you are not experiencing any other health related problems, it is still important to undergo regular diabetic eye exams.
For more information about how diabetes impacts your eyes, and why diabetic eye exams are important, please visit our Diabetic Eye Exams page.
Take charge of your health. Schedule your next diabetic eye exam today!
Contact Lens Exams
Your eyes are as unique as your fingerprints, so there is no one-size-fits-all option when it comes to contact lenses. Before you decide on a style and brand of contact lens, you should undergo both a comprehensive eye exam and a contact lens exam.
Improperly fitted contact lenses may be uncomfortable, can compromise the clarity of your vision, and pose a health and safety hazard.
To learn more about the process behind selecting the perfect contact lens for you, and discover the specialty lenses we offer, please visit our Contact Lens Exams, Fittings, and Brands page.
Find out if contact lenses are the right choice for you. Schedule your next contact lens exam today!