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April 4, 2012
By Eola Eyes, Doctors of Optometry
Despite the fact that fashion trends seem to cycle and you may once again be cool donning the glasses you first bought in the 1960's, other things in our world progress without looking back. Computers and medical technologies are examples of that. So, is your eye doctor still performing exams the same way he/she did in the 1960's? Not if you're a patient at Eola Eyes, but probably so at many other practices.
You may or may not know that optometrists treat external eye conditions from infections to allergies and can monitor the internal health of the eyes for damage from diabetes, for example, but the most common and basic reason our patients come to us is for a refraction to determine their eyeglass or contact lens prescriptions. Despite what you may see at other offices, the techonology for determining your corrective lens power or prescription has evolved in recent years. This new technology is long overdue and a welcome change to modern eye care.
At Eola Eyes, we perform digital refractions to efficiently and precisely determine our patients' prescriptions for near-sightedness, far-sightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. Come see what you've been missing!