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As people age, both children and adults, vision changes. Aging can lead to a range of vision conditions, such as presbyopia, nearsightedness and farsightedness. Only thorough and precise eye exams will be able to verify your accurate prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses. We use Digital Refraction to ensure ultimate precision and a comfortable eye care experience.
We will use advanced digital technology and cutting-edge diagnostics to inspect your ocular health. Many common eye diseases, including cataracts,
diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and glaucoma, do not present symptoms until a late stage of the disease, when vision damage may already have
occurred. However, when our eye doctor performs your comprehensive eye exam, we
will be able to uncover the early signs of disease – so you can receive beneficial treatment as soon as possible to prevent vision loss.
If there are issues that you present with, or are diagnosed during your exam, we will provide you with a treatment plan and discuss the options with you. Our doctor is highly trained, experienced and knowledgeable. If there are treatments indicated beyond her scope of practice, she will make sure you are referred to a well respected specialist.
Your eyes give our eye care professionals a view of
your general body health. Specific diseases, such as high cholesterol,
diabetes, and high blood pressure, can be seen on your inner eye tissues before you notice any problems. When these dangerous health conditions are left
untreated, they can cause damage to your eyes and the rest of your body. If we detect any of these signs, we’ll refer you to the most appropriate local
medical care provider.
Did you know the national average of face time a patient spends with a doctor is less than three minutes?
Dr. Bansal knows and understands the time you spend together is an investment in lifetime vision. Therefore, we will take the time you need to answer all your questions and help you understand not just your results, we’ll help you learn all that you can do to get the best vision possible.
Your eyes truly are a window to your overall health and can provide early indicators of serious health issues. While an annual eye exam will help maintain optimal vision, it may also save your life.
When you first visit B-Town Eyecare, we take great pride in ensuring that your experience is everything we would expect ourselves.
A comprehensive eye examination includes a patient history, preliminary entrance and binocular vision tests, eye refraction (vision test) to determine your prescription, and dilation to fully assess the ocular health of your eyes from the outside structures all the way inside the eyes. Dr. Bansal takes the time to review the results of all the testing in detail and will take the time to answer your questions.
Most visits will last about 60-90 minutes depending on your time in the optical department, and if additional testing is needed.
Having your eyes dilated can help diagnose many eye conditions and systemic health issues, including:
Ocular Impacts of Certain Medications
Eye dilation can even help diagnose underlying health problems that could affect your vision, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, vasculitis, and infectious diseases.
When your pupils are small your eye doctor has an extremely limited view of the optic nerve and the retina. To see and evaluate your entire retina, the pupil of each eye needs to be dilated. A comprehensive eye examination will include dilation of the pupil to ensure that the doctor can adequately view the internal structures of the eye.
An eye doctor dilates the pupils of the eye to provide the best view of the optic nerve and retina. This provides a window through which the eye can be intimately examined, allowing for early observation of potential problems. When dilated, the pupil widens and allows your eye doctor to see more than is possible in an eye exam without dilation, including a better view of the optic nerve, retina, arteries, veins and the macula.
A dilated eye exam will allow your eye doctor to diagnose common eye diseases and other systemic conditions. Many systemic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and elevated intracranial pressure are often first diagnosed during an eye exam due to symptoms that are visible inside the eye. Therefore, eye doctors often want to dilate your eyes to ensure there is no early evidence of these conditions.
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