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6/30/2014
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Eye CareMost of us rely on our eyes more than any other sense, so it's important to take good care of your vision for now and the coming years.

 

Nobody really needs to point out the importance of regular eye examinations. It's something that we all grow up with and from a young age we're taught how important our eyesight is and how we need to take care of it as we get older. That being said, a lot of people still don't take the necessary steps to give their eyes the best possible protection. Did you know that wearing outdated eyeglasses can actually make your vision worse, rather than better?

 

Because of that, it's important to go to get an eye examination at least once a year â€" for kids as well as adults. Unfortunately, a lot of people go years without speaking to a single eye doctor, and the state of their vision can fluctuate wildly during that time. Even more importantly, our eye health reflects a lot on our overall health. If there's something wrong with another part of your body, it will often present symptoms through your eyes before anything else. In the same respect, an untreated eye condition can actually cause problems throughout other body parts, so you can see how important it is to ensure that your eye checkups are up to date.

 

Finding an eye doctor is all about considering what your personal needs are. Everyone has different reasons for going to get an eye exam, from a simple checkup to finding out if anything is wrong because they've experienced some recent vision changes. Some people may need glasses, and others just want to make a switch to contact lenses. The reason it's important to focus on your specific needs is because there are different types of eye doctors, and each of them performs a different type of service.

 

Ophthalmologists are licensed by the state and have to attend school for at least 4 years in order to get their degree. They have the ability to diagnose and treat diseases, as well as more simple tasks like performing eye exams and prescribing eye glasses Wellington optometrists can prescribe corrective lenses, but are only licensed to treat certain types of conditions. They have to go to school for at least 3 years before they are able to start practicing. Opticians work as a sort of assistant to the main eye doctor at a clinic, doing work like fitting lenses into glasses frames whenever a patient comes in with a prescription. They aren't licensed to treat or diagnose any diseases.

 

So how do you know which one is right for you? According to experts, children will get the most benefit from a licensed ophthalmologist, and for adults it depends on what is needed. If you only need a simple eye exam to find out if you need glasses, you can visit an optometrist, but if you need more specialist work done you may be better off seeing a full service ophthalmologist. No matter what your needs, always make sure the eye clinic is clean and presentable to reduce the risk of infection in your most vital sense organ.

 



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