How Often Should You Have an Eye Exam?

You’re busy. We get it! With all the responsibilities in life, from caring for families, pets, and homes to your work and personal life, we understand that often there just doesn’t seem to be enough time in your day. Asking you to get an eye exam just adds one more thing to your already-full plate.

However, caring for the health of your eyes is a very important concern. Issues with eyesight can severely affect your quality of life and make the simplest of tasks difficult, and sometimes even impossible. How often should you have an eye exam?

Eye care experts usually recommend that you have a comprehensive eye exam every year or so, and the frequency will depend on age, risk factors, and whether you already wear corrective lenses.

Here at Classic Vision Care, your eyes are our business. Call us today to schedule your eye exam or schedule online here.

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