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Have You Had a Comprehensive Eye Exam Lately?


For those of us who have healthy eyes, we sometimes miss the importance of taking preemptive steps namely, an optical exam. However, early detection of eye disease is critical to keeping your eyes healthy. This can easily be done with a simple eye exam.


Numerous eye and vision ailments have no apparent signs. As a result, individuals are often unaware that problems exist. You can book a complete optical examination at our Baltimore office, where our highly-trained optometric staff offers service suited to the needs of every patient. Our Baltimore vision center uses the latest technology ensuring a complete eye exam.


Glaucoma is the primary source of vision loss, resulting in loss of sight for over three million Americans. Frequently called ''the sneak thief of sight'', glaucoma can cause significant harm absent of forewarning. Almost two-thirds of adult Americans fail to use corrective lenses and don't get comprehensive eye exams, therefore leaving their eyes at danger.


Findings show that many Americans lack knowledge about the actual severity of glaucoma. In a study, the American Optometric Association reported that well over half of Americans think glaucoma is preventable. In reality the sight-stealing disease cannot be prevented, though it can be treated if diagnosed during the beginning phases, which makes preemptive screening all the more important. Early diagnosis is also critical for halting the damaging results of conditions including macular degeneration and cataracts.


Early eye disease detection should be a priority. Make sure to schedule regular eye exams with your local eye doctor to maintain your vision and eye health for many long years.