EYE EXAMINATIONS IN WIGAN
All of our eye examinations are in-depth including a series of tests to give us a complete picture of your eye health and vision. We believe in providing complete reassurance to our patients, so even with a standard eye exam, you can be sure that if there’s any problem with your eyes we’ll catch it. With a team of experienced opticians, the latest testing technology available and a dedicated approach to care, your eye health is in good hands.
YOUR EYE HEALTH
Eye health is more complex than many people imagine. To take care of your eyes it’s crucial to have them checked by a professional. Eye conditions and vision loss change how your eyes work and having them examined by an expert is the only to take care of the problem properly. However, there are lots of things you can do to take care of your eyes on your own. Living a healthy lifestyle and taking safety precautions can preserve your eyesight and help you to avoid a variety of eye conditions. We’ll keep you in the know about eye care so you can protect your most precious sense.
WHAT TO EXPECT IN YOUR EYE EXAMINATION?
Every test is there to tell us something different about your eyes. A thorough examination of your vision will tell us if you need glasses or contact lenses and whether you are long or shortsighted. Eye scans and health checks will screen for conditions like glaucoma or macular degeneration and create a general assessment of your eye health. Our optometrists also ask questions to help them learn more about your eye care needs and risk for certain conditions. Each examination is designed to help you specifically so we take the time to get to know you and advise you on how best to take care of your eyes.
THE TECHNOLOGY TO CARE
Using the best technology means we can examine your eyes more thoroughly. This affects everything from creating the most precise prescriptions to ensuring that we catch eye conditions even in the earliest stages of development. There are always advances in eye care technology and we make sure all of our patients are aware of anything new that could help them.