Get Eye Exam Information from Our Eye Care Experts
A more personal eye exam*
Your eye exam doesn’t have to be mysterious or impersonal. Your neighborhood Doctor of Optometry offers comprehensive, state of the art eye care with a personal touch.
We’ll always be here to answer your eye health questions and educate you about your eyes.
Book an eye exam today with an Independent Doctor of Optometry* at or next to Pearle Vision and see for yourself.
Eye care experts since 1961
Genuine eye care means caring for you and your eyes. Every eye care professional will talk to you…
Genuine eye care means caring for you and your eyes. Every eye care professional will talk to you in straightforward, jargon-free terms.
You should leave your eye exam* confident, and feeling and eventually seeing better than when you came in. Many neighborhood Doctors of Optometry are equipped with cutting-edge tech like the Optomap® system. It allows your eye doctor take an ultra-wide digital scan of your retinas for clearer diagnosis and earlier detection – without dilation.
Meet the Independent Doctors of Optometry*
Since 1961, Pearle Vision has cared for generations of patients. Over 50 years, our methods have never stopped evolving, but our dedication to Dr. Pearle’s original principles has never waivered. To bring you the very best care, Pearle Vision works with Independent Doctors of Optometry.* With a strong commitment to their communities, these experts focus on providing you with incredible eye care with a personal touch.
Like all Independent Doctors of Optometry*, the eye doctors Pearle Vision works with…
- Are dedicated eye care professionals
- Are trained to examine, diagnose and treat diseases and disorders that affect your eyes and vision
- Have required optometric education dedicated to learning the structure, function and disorders of the eye
- Comply with your state’s optometry standards and practices
One-on-one yearly eye exams*
Annual eye exams are a recommended cornerstone of ensuring the health of your eyes. In addition to checking for changes…
Annual eye exams are a recommended cornerstone for ensuring the health of your eyes. In addition to checking for changes in your vision and updating your prescription, your doctor* will also look at your overall eye health, internally and externally.
Prevention and early detection are keys to maintaining healthy eyes, as some eye health issues have no immediate symptoms but can still cause damage if left untreated. That’s why regular check-ups are critical.
Wellness starts with being well-informed
During your eye exam, the Independent Doctor of Optometry* at or next to Pearle Vision may create a personalized Eye Health and Wellness Report to summarize your visit. In addition to noting any problems, conditions or diseases found during your eye exam, your Independent Doctor of Optometry may provide you with a report outlining the next steps you should take. It’s a valuable tool some Independent Doctors of Optometry* offer to help you maintain and improve your eye health and vision.Close
What to expect at your eye exam*
You should never be kept in the dark about the health of your eyes and your vision. Yearly eye exams may last up to an hour or more…
You should never be kept in the dark about the health of your eyes and your vision. Yearly eye exams may last up to an hour or more depending on your individual needs and usually involve a variety of tests to make sure everything is looking great. The experienced eye care team will do everything they can to make the process effortless and eye opening.
Your optometrist may:
- Ask you questions to get to know you, your eyes and your lifestyle better
- Check your overall vision, color vision, depth perception and general eye health
- Look for any indicators of potential vision problems
- Dilate (temporarily enlarge) your pupils to see as much of your eye as possible, if needed
Dilated eyes are more sensitive to sunlight. Bring sunglasses to your eye exam.
- Use an opthalmascope to illuminate and magnify the interior of your eye, a way to detect such conditions as cataracts, diabetes or hypertension
- Perform a visual acuity test (reading letters on the eye chart) – the smaller the letters you can read, the better your visual acuity
- Provide the option to use a digital retinal exam such as Optomap® to gain an incredible 200-degree view of your eye’s retina (the back of the eye). This improved scope aids your optometrist in diagnosis and prevention of various eye conditions and diseases, including macular degeneration, glaucoma and more