Eye Testing San Antonio

Comprehensive eye testing in San Antonio

Eye testing San Antonio

Eye testing San Antonio

One visit each year to us at the office of Dr. Dawn Rakich, O.D. Will ensure that your vision is optimal and that your eye health is being maintained at the necessary level. That’s what we call comprehensive eye testing San Antonio, and it’s something we’re dedicated to.

If you wear glasses or contacts right now, bring them with you. It’s possible that you could benefit from an update to your prescription. And if you have never worn corrective lenses before, this could be the point at which you need them. Your vision requirements are in a continual state of evolution. Our eye testing San Antonio has the goal of diagnosing nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia so that you can have them addressed with a prescription that is perfectly suited to your current needs. There is no reason you should have to squint, struggle, or be frustrated trying to see things properly. As essential as a vision screening is, there is another vital aspect to our eye testing San Antonio, and that is checking you for the signs of any of the common eye diseases. Among them are glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. Not all of them will applicable to each person, but no matter your circumstances, you are susceptible to at least glaucoma and cataracts. Since none of these eye diseases presents any obvious symptoms in their early stages, it is even more crucial to be examined annually. The sooner an eye condition is diagnosed, the better the odds are of positive outcomes. Our optometrist will discuss your treatment and management options with you, in the event that eye disease is detected.

Don’t wait to schedule our eye testing San Antonio. Take good care of your eyes so that they will take good care of you. Contact us to arrange an appointment.

2267NW Military Highway Suite 106
San Antonio, Texas
(210) 714-2882

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