Our eye doctors recommend booking your comprehensive eye exam with our optometrist in Whitehall, PA at least once per year. Regular visits to your local eye care clinic can help ensure early detection of any eye condition. Early stage detection, allows your eye doctor to help prevent long-term effects of eye diseases. Your eye health is our only goal.
A comprehensive eye exam at our Lenscrafters eye doctors in Lehigh Valley Mall includes several tests and procedures which help our experts evaluate your eye health. We start your vision test with simple tests, reading an eye chart, and continue with more complex tests using the latest optometry technologies.
Advanced technologies used in our Whitehall practice during your eye exam serves our experts in the comprehensive evaluation of even the smallest changes in your retina. We use the latest digital imaging technologies and eye scanning options available in modern optometry practices. These innovations, help us make your eye exam most accurate, without pain and minimized discomfort.
You can expect that a complete eye exam in our Whitehall clinic with our eye doctors will determine your correct prescription for eyeglasses or for contact lenses. We will also assess your eyes for eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, or macular degeneration.
Newcomer Eye Associates is proud to provide the new Clarifye eye exam! Our patients from the Lehigh Valley communities of Whitehall, Bethlehem, and Allentown get the most advanced eye exam available. Designed to be integrated with Lenscrafters Accufit system and digitally created eyeglass prescriptions, this new advanced eye care is extraordinary.
During this eye exam, Dr. Newcomer maps the unique fingerprint of your eye. The exam is detailed and comprehensive, and every step is personalized specifically to you.
Looking for an optometrist near Allentown? Our eye doctors provide comprehensive eye exams and eye care services.
Learn About Your Vision & Visit Our Lehigh Valley Clinic For Pediatric Eye Exams
Leading eye care specialists suggest that about 5% to 10% of pre-schoolers and 25% of school-aged children have vision issues which are often undetected. The American Optometric Association recommends that parent schedule full eye checkups for their children, to visit a local optometrist at various milestone stages of growth, such as: 6 months of age, at age 3 and certainly before each yearly school season starts. If your kids do not experience vision problems and do not need to wear eyeglasses, it does not necessarily mean that s/he shouldn't visit an optometrist. Every child should have their eyes examined at least every two years throughout their school years.
Children who have existing vision issues or risk factors should have their eyes checked more often. Common risk factors for vision issues include:
- premature birth
- developmental delays
- turned or crossed eyes
- family history of eye disease
- history of eye injury
- other physical illness or disease
If your child of any age wears eyeglasses or contact lenses you should pay more attention to their vision and visit our eye doctor in Whitehall, PA at least once per year.
Book Your Annual Eye Exam In Lenscrafters Whitehall, PA
Our Whitehall eye doctors recommend booking an annual eye exam for all adults who wear glasses or contact lenses. We often hear patients say "I see fine, why do I need to visit an optometrist so often?" Many eye conditions do not appear with severe or noticeable impact to your vision in their early stages. Therefore you may see fine and are not experiencing discomfort, but your eye may show beginning signs of developing glaucoma or cataracts. Left undetected and untreated these eye conditions may develop into severe vision loss.
To our patients who have reached their wise 40s we recommend they have their eyes examined for presbyopia, and if you suffer from diabetes or high blood pressure you are in a higher risk of developing eye diseases such as glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy.