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Regular Eye Exams from Our Clear Lake Optometrists in Houston

Often, we take our vision for granted. But what would you do if suddenly your vision was impaired? A regular eye exam will identify any existing eye problems or diseases and take quick action to rectify the problem through the appropriate treatment.  Keep in mind that eye and vision problems tend to occur over time; you may not even be aware that your vision is slowly changing.

Optometrist inspecting a young patients visionRegular eye exams are also just as important for children as for adults. It can diagnose early development vision problems, and corrective measures can be taken. For example, it’s not uncommon for children to experience learning problems due to improper vision. Kids don’t often complain because they don’t realize what proper vision actually is. With an eye exam, the vision problem is identified, and a corrective prescription can be written for eye glasses or contact lenses. Most eye care experts recommend that you have a complete eye and vision exam every one to three years, depending on your age, risk factors and whether or not you currently wear corrective lenses

Space Center Eye Associates: Your Optometrist for Eye and Vision Care

Both optometrist Dr. Keith Manuel and Dr. Beth Robinson have a deep understanding and knowledge of eye anatomy, function, eye disease management and the latest ophthalmic equipment. A complete family history, list of your medical conditions, medications and vision issues will be discussed with you when meeting with one of our optometrists. It is information that is given consideration when making recommendations or determining treatment. Expect a thorough and comprehensive eye and vision exam at Space Center Eye Associates.

A visual acuity test is performed via a wall chart and reading eye chart to measure how each individual eye is seeing. The results are given in a fraction. For example, 20/20 is the standard for reading and distance vision. Depending on the results of the visual acuity test, eye exercises, contact lenses or corrective eyeglasses may be prescribed. The exam also includes the testing of eye functionality. It’s a thorough test that evaluates peripheral vision, depth perception, color vision, responsiveness to light, eye muscle capabilities, eye focus and eye movement. This test will enable our optometrists identify and diagnose any underlying issues that are effecting the performance of your eyes.

Both visual inspection and tonometry are used to evaluate the health of the external and internal structures of the eyes. A bright light and magnification are sued to inspect the eyelids and outer eye. The pupils may be dilated or examine internal structures, and tonometry is used to measure eye pressure. Increased eye pressure may be a warning sign of glaucoma. Dr. Keith Manuel and Dr. Beth Robinson always discuss the results of eye exams in detail with their patients.

Make an Appointment with Our Optometrists in Houston Today

If it’s time for an eye exam, call us at Space Center Eye Associates to schedule an appointment with our eye doctor. We serve patients in Clear Lake and Houston Bay Area, and are happy to work with your busy schedule.

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Office Hours

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Monday9:00 am5:30 pm
Tuesday9:00 am5:30 pm
Wednesday9:00 am5:30 pm
Thursday9:00 am5:30 pm
Friday9:00 am5:30 pm
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