Have you had a comprehensive eye exam over the past year? This is the interval that is generally recommended between eye exams for adults up to age 60. For people who are older or for people with eye diseases or other medical conditions, it is generally recommended that eye exams are performed on a more frequent basis. Our http://www.keystoneradiology.com.au/ provides excellent and comprehensive eye exams, and diagnosis and treatment of many eye conditions.
At Cliffside Park Eye Associates our optometrists are Dr. Van Vinciguerra and Dr. Wae Shin. They use the most technically advanced instruments and procedures to test our patients’ eyes, and to provide necessary eye treatment. Our http://www.keystoneradiology.com.au/ has been providing excellent eye care since he began his private practice in 1982. At our practice we provide patients with excellent eye care and prescriptions as well as eyeglasses and contact lenses. Since many eye diseases show no early symptoms, it is of particular importance that you have your eye exams on a timely basis. During an eye exam your eyes will not only be checked to see if you have any refractive problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism – they will also be checked to see if you have any eye diseases or disorders. We also are happy to be able to provide complete pediatric eye exams and eye care.
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