This video takes an in-depth tour of what one goes through whenever one undergoes an eye test. Regular eye exams are important for keeping track of your eye health. The optometrist will look for signs of common diseases like glaucoma and if there is a history of eye diseases, such as macular degeneration or cataracts.
Your eye doctor may detect conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and certain types of cancer by examining your eyes.
By doing regular eye exams, one can keep track of eye health and vision. Eyedrops use to widen your pupils for the eye exam. The doctor will then examine the health and condition of the eyes and look for signs of disease or other problems that could affect eyesight.
What makes up an eye exam?
Test 1 – Case history
Test 2 – Visual acuity
Test 3 – Pupil reflex test
Test 4 – Visual acuity screening test
Test 6 – Tonometry (eye pressure measurement)
Test 8 – Retinoscopy and refraction (determining glasses and lens prescriptions).