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It is important to take a few minutes preparing for your eye examination in order to achieve the most satisfactory outcome. Please refer to the following list for items to discuss at your exam:

Signs or symptoms of eye problems you have noticed.

  • Blurred vision. Is it blurred at distance, near, at the computer? Is it blurred with one eye or both?
  • Double vision
  • Flashes of light
  • Dryness, burning, itching

Additional items

  • Any health problems and/or allergies?
  • Any previous eye disease, surgery, or previous injuries?
  • Family history of eye disease
  • Prescription and over-the-counter drugs you are taking
  • List of sports/hobbies in which you participate
  • If you are wearing bifocals, progressive lenses, or reading glasses, measure the distance from your eyes to any work areas, particularly the computer or music
  • For new patients, bring all glasses and contact lenses, your current contact lens prescription or contact lens box or bottle, or previous eye care records including lens specifications
  • Please remove eye cosmetics prior to the exam
  • Bring your medical health and eye insurance cards

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