Comprehensive Eye Care Exams


Do I need an eye exam?

Many eye diseases and vision problems have no obvious symptoms, making annual eye examinations and vision assessments a critical part of protecting your sight and empowering your life.

What is a comprehensive dilated eye exam?

  1. Medical and ocular history
  2. Visual acuity and refraction
  3. Eye health evaluation of both the external and internal parts of your eye
  4. Eye pressure reading
  5. Dilation


What is a vision screening test?

Vision screening is a short exam to check your visual acuity to possibly detect the need for a comprehensive eye exam.


Why Eye Health is important

Visual loss is common among the elderly, and represents significantly reduced quality of life for older patients when combined with other gradually increasing health problems.


Tips for healthy eyes:

  • Have a comprehensive eye exam
  • Eat healthy
  • Wear sunglasses
  • Quit smoking
  • Do not overuse your contact lens
  • Give your eyes a rest of screen time

When should I get a comprehensive dilated eye exam?

  • Individuals with no signs or risks factors for eye disease should start around the age of 40 years
  • Individual with risk factors (those with a family history of eye disease, and African Americans and Hispanics are at a higher risk for glaucoma) should start before the age of 40

Why Precision Eye Care is the right center for your eye care?

We offer a concierge-style, patient-centered approach, advanced technology for ancillary
testing, same-day appointments, and a medical team with an international reputation.
Our expertise results in the most up-to-date diagnostic algorithms and treatment options
for your eye care.

Precision Eye Care
711 W 40th St, Suite 301
Baltimore, MD 21211
Phone: 410-377-2422
Fax: 410-377-7960
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