Comprehensive Eye Exams in Georgia

Classic Vision Care


Regular eye exams are the best way to protect your vision and maintain good eye health. At Classic Vision Care’s locations in Kennesaw, and two offices in Marietta, Georgia, the optometry specialists perform comprehensive eye exams to determine your prescription, monitor your eye health, and diagnose underlying eye health issues. The compassionate optometrists always spend the time needed to ensure excellent care, so use the online appointment scheduler or call the office closest to you to book your eye exam now.

Eye Exam Q & A

Why do I need regular eye exams if my eyes are healthy?

Eye exams aren’t only about getting prescriptions and dealing with eye problems. They’re also about keeping your eyes healthy.

Your Classic Vision Care provider evaluates your general eye health and checks for emerging issues to make sure that new eye problems don’t take you by surprise.

What is included in a comprehensive eye exam?

During a comprehensive eye exam, your optometrist checks all of the following:

  • Visual acuity
  • Depth perception
  • Color perception
  • Central and peripheral visual fields
  • Intraocular (inner eye) pressure

Your optometrist views both your inner and outer eye using magnification tools to look for eye issues that aren’t visible with the naked eye, such as macular degeneration, retinal tears, and early cataracts. With this in-depth exam, your eye doctor can diagnose issues long before they impact your vision.

Do I need eye dilation for my eye exam?

It depends on the situation. Your optometrist normally administers numbing drops to ensure your comfort during the eye exam.

If your eye doctor needs to see the middle and back of your eye in more detail, they may give you additional eye drops to dilate your pupils. Dilation may sting slightly at first, but it’s not painful, and the effects fade within an hour.

When do I get my new prescription?

After your exam, your Classic Vision Care eye doctor explains any refractive issues, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

They’ll give you a prescription that’s customized for your specific eye measurements and recommend the lens type that best suits your needs.

How often should I have an eye exam?

It depends on your vision, eye health, and general health. Your optometrist recommends a regular eye exam schedule that can help you protect your vision and eye health. Most children and adults benefit from annual eye exams.

If my child has a school eye screening do they need an exam?

A school eye screening doesn’t replace an eye exam. School eye screenings just look for obvious refractive errors but don’t evaluate eye health.

Your child’s Classic Vision Care optometrist checks for both refractive errors and common children’s eye health issues like lazy eye and crossed eyes. Also, your child’s optometrist can start early intervention treatments like myopia control to prevent eye problems from worsening.

Classic Vision Care offers excellent eye care for the whole family. Book an eye exam now by calling the office nearest you or clicking the online scheduler.




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