Children and adults of all ages need eye exams on a regular basis. The specific schedule depends on your eye health, vision, and whether you're at risk for eye problems. The American Optometric Association recommends the following:
Your child should have at least one eye exam in this time period.
Before your child begins school, they need an eye exam. After that, continue with annual eye exams or follow Dr. Noll’s customized recommendations.
At age 18-64, you need an eye exam at least every two years if you have excellent eye health. If you’re at risk for vision or eye health problems, you need yearly or more frequent exams. Your eyes can change quite a lot during these decades, so regular preventive care is crucial.
Age 65 and up
Starting at age 65, you need annual eye exams, unless you’re at risk for eye disease or have serious eye issues already. In that case, you might need twice yearly or more frequent exams.
Dr. Noll understands your unique eye needs, and she makes sure that you get the personalized service you deserve at every age and phase of life.
Eye exams at Dr. Aimee Noll, OD, are all about achieving the best eye health and vision through exceptional service. Call the office or use the online scheduler to set up your appointment now.