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Comprehensive Eye Exams

It’s more than just vision.

Eye exams are vital to your overall health. Serious health issues like diabetes and high blood pressure are often first detected during an eye exam.


Bieter Eye Center is committed to properly analyzing and assessing your vision and eye health at your exams.  Our commitment to the latest diagnostic technologies allows us to enhance our comprehensive exams with early detection of eye disease through our iWellness Exams using Ocuvue OCT and Optomap Digital Imaging package offerings.

Our comprehensive eye exams include an evaluation of your vision by checking your need for glasses or contact lenses, a thorough eye health evaluation, and recommendations specific to your needs.

Schedule your comprehensive eye exam at Bieter Eye Center and learn more today.

How often should I get a comprehensive eye exam?

Most eye care professionals recommend yearly eye exams. But it depends on your age, risk factors, and whether or not you wear corrective lenses.

The American Optometric Association (AOA) recommends children have their eyes examined at 6 months old, three years old, at the start of school, and every two years until age 18.

For adults, the AOA recommends a comprehensive eye exam every two years for ages 18 to 60 at minimum and annual exams for seniors age 61 and older.

Am I a candidate for Contact Lenses?

Your provider will discuss your options for contact lenses during your comprehensive exam.  We have several options for all types of prescriptions.

Our providers are experienced in fitting specialty contact lenses for high refractive error, presbyopia, keratoconus, and myopia management to slow the progression of nearsightedness in children.

Make healthy vision a priority in your life and in the lives of the ones you love. Schedule a comprehensive eye exam at Bieter Eye Center now.