Comprehensive Eye Exams in Mentor

Comprehensive Eye Exams in Mentor

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Your Vision. Your Future.

Is your child having a hard time seeing the board in class?

Do you struggle to read fine-print in books and menus?

Regular comprehensive eye exams involve a series of tests that enable your Mentor eye doctor to check your eye health and vision. This type of eye exam can only be performed by an eye doctor, and shouldn’t be confused with the vision screenings given in schools or other non-professional settings.

Having regular comprehensive eye exams is crucial when it comes to protecting your eyes from sight-threatening diseases, and ensuring that your optical prescription is up-to-date.

A comprehensive eye exam can also reveal signs of a general health condition like diabetes, hypertension or high cholesterol.

Contact our eye care clinic today to schedule your comprehensive eye exam today!

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Why Is It Important to Get Your Eyes Tested Regularly?

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Comprehensive eye exams are an important part of maintaining great vision and eye health for the entire family.

During your eye exam, your eye doctor will check for any refractive errors or visual skill deficiencies that may hinder development or learning, and diagnose, manage, and treat eye diseases and conditions, including glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy or macular degeneration that can cause severe vision loss in adults.

Many of these sight-robbing conditions show little to no symptoms until they’ve already caused learning difficulties, significant damage to the eye, and/or irreversible vision loss. Routine eye exams ensure early diagnosis and treatment of these and other conditions.


What to Expect From Your Eye Exam

  • Glasses/contact lens prescription updates

    We'll provide you with an updated prescription so that you can see clearly. Some people require a new prescription every year, whereas others only need a new prescription every 2-3 years.

  • Evaluating your child’s vision for learning

    Conditions such as strabismus and amblyopia, and visual skill deficiencies such as convergence insufficiency can negatively impact your child’s learning.

  • Diagnosis & treatment of eye diseases

    Eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy may show no symptoms until it’s too late. The earlier the treatment, the more effective the outcome.

  • Rule out signs of systemic diseases

    Common systemic diseases such as diabetes and stroke can first be detected in the eyes as part of a comprehensive eye exam.


Comprehensive Eye Exams in Mentor

Our optometry practice in Mentor

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Hours
  • Monday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Tuesday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Thursday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Friday 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
  • Saturday 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
  • Sunday Closed
Insurance Plans
  • VSP
  • Medicare
  • United Healthcare
  • Aetna
  • Spectera
  • Medicaid
  • Anthem
  • EyeMed
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • MetLife
Patient Reviews
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- Feb. 15, 2024
Very kind and thorough
- Feb. 11, 2024
Super nice Eye Care clinic. Dr. Kane is #1. Very professional and respectful staff too.
- Feb. 06, 2024
Great staff, nice shop, efficient processes - go here!
- Jan. 31, 2024
Excellent office staff. Dr. Carusone was attentive and answered any questions. Great yearly eye appo... intment!
- Dec. 21, 2023
Great people and services
- Dec. 20, 2023
Wonderful staff, very professional and friendly. My exam was thorough and selection of glasses is gr... eat too 🙂
- Dec. 09, 2023
Great selection and friendly staff!
- Nov. 03, 2023
Love Family Eyecare Clinic Mentor! Thanks so much!
- Oct. 23, 2023
Always feel heard, validated and cared for by everyone in the office! Time is always taken (more tha... n typical I am certain) with no backlash. I always have my questions answered no matter how seeming mundane! Recommend to anyone that is in need and will listen! I appreciate them more than they know!
- Oct. 19, 2023
The Doctor was thorough and efficient with time shared for questions. Very professional and caring a... long with staying in the human element.
- Oct. 16, 2023
Not stressful at all, even as it was my first eye exam as an adult. Kind and personable medical staf... f.
- Oct. 13, 2023
Service was fantastic. Loved all my glasses!
- Oct. 07, 2023
Simply the best!
- Aug. 22, 2023
Everyone is super nice and helpful! I was very well taken care of and looked after!
- Jul. 31, 2023
Dr. Sarah is the best.
- Jul. 22, 2023
I’m very grateful I was able to be seen on such short notice. I woke up with a scratched eye and v... ery uncomfortable. Thankfully the Doctor was able to help!
- Jul. 21, 2023
Awesome staff and Doctors! Had scratched eye from dog and they fit me in and took great care!! High... ly recommend!!
- Jul. 12, 2023
Doctor was nice and thorough.
- Jul. 06, 2023
Close to home. Saw me quickly when I needed them too.
- Jul. 06, 2023
Friendly and professional.

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Comprehensive Eye Exams FAQs

Is a comprehensive eye exam the same as a vision screening?

No. Vision screenings like the one performed for children in school or at optical-only stores only check for 20/20 vision. They do not check for the presence of sight-threatening eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration or cataracts. They also do not check for visual skill deficiencies such as problems with visual tracking or processing. Comprehensive eye exams are more thorough and use advanced equipment to evaluate your vision and eye health.

How often should I get an eye exam?

Eye doctors usually recommend that you come in for a comprehensive eye exam at least once a year. This ensures that your glasses or contact lens prescription stays up to date and that signs and symptoms of developing eye conditions are caught early before they cause lasting damage.

When should I bring my child in for their first comprehensive eye exam?

A child’s first eye exam should take place at age 6 months. It’s important not to delay eye exams for young infants and children as some early eye problems can affect vision for life. Detecting vision problems early can keep a minor issue from becoming something serious (and more challenging to treat).

Want to get your children off to a good start in life? Visit Family Eyecare Clinic - Mentor for an eye exam today!


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