1. Times change and so do your eyes
Vision correction can help keep you performing your best at work, school and in sports. Correcting slight over or under corrections of your prescription can also help you avoid annoying headaches or general eye fatigue.
2. Many serious eye diseases often have no symptoms
Glaucoma is a serious eye disease that is commonly known as the "sneaky thief of sight." Conditions such as macular degeneration or cataracts develop so gradually that you may not even realize your vision has decreased. Early detection of these and other eye diseases is important for maintaining healthy vision.
3. Eye exams can detect serious medical conditions
The doctors at Young Vision Care can spot the early onset of diabetes, cancers, brain tumors, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
4. Vision is critical to learning
Undetected vision problems can cause children to fall behind in school. An eye examination can detect problems in visual system that can contribute to learning and reading difficulties as well as poor school performance.
5. Seeing well and looking good
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