Eye Care and Exams

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Eye Care and ExamsWe encourage annual comprehensive eye exams for all ages to monitor the changes that may occur in the eye and surrounding structures, and to monitor the overall health of the eye. Our optometrists are highly trained at testing for vision problems and eye health.

Family history, certain medications and specific eye conditions may require special considerations. Utilizing the latest technologies, the Simon Eye Associates doctors will work with you to ensure that you receive the best eye care specific to your needs.

During a dilated, comprehensive exam, we will begin by gathering health and family history to determine if you are at a higher risk for any eye conditions, and:

  • Screen for any issues that could lead to blindness or vision problems
  • Test your vision skills
  • Determine your need for eyeglasses or contact lenses, or update your prescription
  • Check your eyelid health and function, the anterior segment in the eye (the area in front of the lens, including the cornea and iris) and interior and back of the eye.
  • Test the coordination of your eye muscles, pupil responses to light, side (peripheral) vision, intraocular pressure (pressure inside the eye)

Many eye conditions have minor or no symptoms and 50% of all cases of blindness or severe vision loss can be prevented by early detection.

If it has been a while since your last eye exam or you are due for your annual exam, schedule an appointment at any of our 6 Delaware locations today!

Pediatric Eye Exams

In children, changes in vision occur quickly, and learning in school can be compromised if children have blurred vision. Because the early signs of many eye conditions can be mild, regular eye exams are the best way to catch problems early. Often children don’t know that they aren’t seeing as well as they could, but there are some signs that may mean that your child is having vision problems:

  • An eye turning in and out
  • Frequent headaches
  • Difficulty remember things he or she has read
  • Short attention span for the ages
  • Difficulty recognizing colors, shapes, letters, numbers
  • Sitting close to the TV or holding a book close to his or her face
  • Squinting
  • Difficulty with hand-body coordination
  • Our comprehensive eye exams test for all the visual skills that your child needs to succeed in reading and learning at school.

Geriatric Eye Exams

Before obvious symptoms develop or vision is lost, regular screening and early detection for age-related vision is key. Many eye problems can be treated and your risk of vision loss reduced.

Emergency Eye Care

Since the eye can be easily damaged, it is important to see your eye doctor if you notice any changes in your vision or think you may have injured your eye. With 6 convenient locations and extended schedules, including Saturdays, we provide medical emergency appointments. Call our friendly, professional staff to discuss your concerns or to schedule your appointment. (302) 476-2803.