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Have You Ever Wondered What The Inside of Your Eye Looks Like?

Find Out at Your Next Eye Exam!

One Visit Every 12 Months is All You Need!

The American Optometric Association (AOA) – one of the foremost authorities in eye care in America – recommends that healthy adults have exams every year (even if you feel your vision is fine).

This short appointment allows us to monitor your eye health, update your prescription (if needed), and screen for developing eye diseases.

Your eyes won’t tell you when something is wrong… until it’s too late. In fact, most eye diseases present zero noticeable symptoms during the initial stages of their growth. But, when we work together as a patient/doctor team, we can reduce the chance of vision loss due to disease by as much as 95%!

What Should You Expect From Your Eye Exam?

The eye exam is our first, best, and only defense against eye disease and vision loss. Make yours part of your annual routine!

Diagnostic tests – The first part of our eye exam is the completion of several non-invasive and pain-free diagnostic tests. These will be completed with the assistance of an optometric technician. They include:

  • Optos – Yes, we meant what we said: when you visit us for your eye exam, you will have a chance to see what the inside of your eye looks like! Taking digital retinal images allows us to not only blow your mind (there’s no denying the cool-factor of Optomap), but also to precisely see the retina, macula, and other parts of your eye that are most commonly attacked by disease. If something’s brewing, we’ll know!
  • Diagnostic analysis using the Marco OPD-Scan III Wavefront Aberrometer – This sensitive piece of equipment performs 20 diagnostic tests in less than 10 seconds per eye, giving us incredible insight into your eye health.
  • Eye pressure – Your intraocular pressure (IOP) is a key indicator of eye health. High IOP suggests that glaucoma may be forming.

The health of your eyes is a story that’s told by more than the numbers and lines plotted on a graph. How well they function as a team (eye teaming), work in tandem to provide sight (binocular vision), and how much they actually move (eye mobility) are all important indicators of health.

We also look for physical signs of distress, such as conjunctivitis, and ocular diseases (such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and systemic diseases associated with eye health).

We’d Love to See you!

If it’s been more than a couple of years since your last eye exam, we encourage you to make an appointment and come visit us!

During your eye exam we will:

  • Look for developing eye diseases – Glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, and other eye health concerns.
  • Assess the eye and surrounding tissues – We are looking at the eye directly to determine its health and make sure that there aren’t any storms brewing that we aren’t aware of.
  • Check for the ocular effects of systemic diseases – High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, High Cholesterol, Thyroid dysfunction, Cancers and Autoimmune diseases.
  • Measure your visual acuity – On a scale of 20/20, how well do you see? After you visit us, you’ll know!
  • Provide a corrective-lens prescription – If needed, we will provide you the prescription needed to properly correct your vision so that you’re seeing 20/20 (or better) again!

Vision Correction

  • Eyeglass lenses – If you would benefit from a vision-correcting prescription, we will provide one at the exam. This prescription is used by our opticians to determine the design and qualities of the lenses used in your eyeglasses.  
  • Contact lenses – If you require vision correction but aren’t so keen on wearing eyeglasses, contact lenses are a great option! If you’re interested in contact lenses, our doctors will be happy to fit your eyes for contacts.

Our Location

Chesapeake, Virginia

Our office is located approximately a quarter-mile south of the Cedar Rd and Country Club Blvd intersection. For you coffee and donut lovers, we are directly beside the Dunkin’ Donuts.

Phone: (757) 436-3937
E-mail: info@evea2020.com

1108 Cedar Road,
Chesapeake, VA, 23322

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Monday - Wednesday: 8am - 5pm
Thursday: 8am- 7pm
Friday: 8am - 5pm
Saturday: 8am - 12pm
Closed on Sunday
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