Our board-certified Optometrist Dr. Ding is trained to perform comprehensive eye exams using the latest technology and is there to help diagnose and address any eye health matters that may arise.
Did you know that it’s recommended by the American Optometric Association for adults to get their eyes examined at least once every two years? When’s the last time you had yours checked?
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Your eye health is so important to us, and so are you.
Monitoring your child’s vision is so critical as they grow. Our expert Optometrists are trained to treat even the littlest of patients. Stop in today and have them examined.
TREATMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF OCULAR CONDITIONS
Dry eyes, floaters or spots, difficulty with glare? Any number of issues can arise with your vision. Our in-house Optometrists can help diagnose and treat common ocular conditions.
Aging eyes can mean vision changes—some more serious than others. That’s why it’s important to see an eye physician annually to detect and treat certain eye diseases.
Why get an eye exam?
It’s easy to take your eyes for granted, but without proper screening, some eye conditions and diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration can go undetected, which could lead to sight loss.
Eye exams for children. What parents need to know.
Get to know when to go, what your child’s eye exam will cover, how to prepare, and the best questions to ask
Eye Exam FAQ
What you need to know
Eye exam prices vary greatly depending on your chosen vision care provider Call the office to find out pricing and schedule your eye exam today.
Most vision insurance plans and health insurance plans provide for one to two comprehensive eye examinations a year.
Dr. Ding will dilate your eyes to make your pupils larger during a comprehensive eye exam. This allows him a better view of the internal structure of your eye. When your pupils are dilated you will be more sensitive to light and may find it hard to focus on objects up close. Bring sunglasses to your exam to help reduce glare and light sensitivity after you leave.
CHECK FOR EYE DISEASES
Dr. Ding performs screenings for glaucoma, cataracts, and other eye diseases by observing changes in your eyes and through tests like intraocular pressure (IOP) and visual field checks. Diabetics can suffer a loss of vision due to changes in the blood vessels of the retina. Through an eye examination, your eye doctor can diagnose retinal changes that can indicate the progression of the disease.
Refraction tests measure the kind of vision correction you need. If you wear glasses or contacts, this is the determining point for your prescription. As a highly-skilled optometrist, Dr. Ding is an expert in measuring your eyes and learning exactly what vision correction you need to see with peak clarity.
CONTACT LENS EXAM
Those who wear or want to wear contact lenses need a contact lens exam in addition to a standard eye exam. Special tests, such as a measure of the eye surface and an evaluation of your tear production are necessary to prescribe the best contacts for each individual. Whether you choose glasses or contact lenses, it’s important to receive a yearly eye exam to maintain vision and overall wellness.
Parrelli Optical recommends regular eye exams for all ages. Children generally need annual eye exams, while adults typically need exams every 1-2 years based on individual risk factors. Dr. Ding can recommend the ideal exam schedule for you and your whole family.
Trust the eye exam experts at Parrelli Optical for the best vision and eye health. Call the office or book online anytime. Walk-in eye exams are available, too!
Eyeglass prescriptions typically expire after one or two years, though some circumstances require a shorter expiration.
Contact lenses expire after one year.