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Comprehensive Eye Examination

People who have eye diseases are getting younger and we believe that prevention is better than cure. Eye examination should be conducted on a regular basis, regardless of age, as a first step in preventing eye disease so that you can maintain good eyesight.


Eye examination for children

The majority of children rely on vision to absorb knowledge, so visual development is very important for learning. A comprehensive eye examination is not only about checking refractive error, but also about checking other eye diseases such as amblyopia, strabismus and so on. Early detection and early treatment may help your children to grow up healthily.


Eye examination for adult

Generally, eye disease cannot be easily found at an early stage. However, the later to receive proper treatment, the worse the condition will be. In particular, adults over the age of 40 have a high risk of having eye diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration and retinal degeneration. Therefore, good eye condition of adults is far more important. Through a comprehensive eye examination, eye diseases can be detected earlier and treatment can begin as soon as possible.

Comprehensive eye examination includes:

  • general health and eye condition checking
  • eyesight (amblyopia) and refraction Test
  • binocular coordination Evaluation

Color Census

Intraocular pressure measurement

  • in-depth eye check-up
  • analytical report

The entire inspection process takes about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Due to the use of dilated eye drops in the eye, the visual acuity will be slightly blurred after the examination. However, this condition usually returns to normal after 3 hours. It is recommended to wear sunglasses under the sun within 3 hours to avoid glare irradiation. In addition, it is recommended that children and adults should have a regular eye examination to understand and monitor the condition of the eyes.



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