At Optical Gallery, every customer of ours is a member of our community when you walk in, we treat you like family. Our Optometrists are trained to perform comprehensive eye exams using the latest technology and are there to help diagnose and address any eye health matters that may arise.
Did you know that it’s recommended for adults to get their eyes examined at least once every two years.
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Monitoring your child’s vision is so critical as they grow. Our expert Optometrists are trained to treat even the littlest of patients. Stop in today and have them examined.
Aging eyes can mean vision changes—some more serious than others. That’s why it’s important to see an Optometrist annually to detect and treat certain eye diseases.
Are you facing Dry eyes, floaters or spots, difficulty with glare? Any number of issues can arise with your vision. Our in-house Optometrists can help diagnose and treat common ocular conditions.
Regular eye exams should play an important role in preventative healthcare, even if you don’t believe your vision has changed. These exams help ensure that you’re receiving corrective measures that enhance your everyday life while enabling professionals to search for signs of eye-related conditions, from cataracts to glaucoma, that you may not be able to identify on your own. In some circumstances, your exam may even reveal issues that affect your health on a larger scale, including diabetes, hypertension and thyroid disease. Optical Gallery administers exams through highly trained optometrists, so you can rest assured that our doctors can identify and address these issues before they become more serious.
After you’ve received your exam at Optical Gallery, we’ll provide you with a prescription that details the current condition of your eyesight. These prescriptions can seem complex, but reading them is fairly simple.
First, you’ll see RE/OD (oculus dextrus; right eye) and then LE/OS (oculus sinister; left eye) and readings that detail the power of your vision in each eye. A plus sign before either of these numbers means you’re farsighted, while a minus sign indicates that you’re nearsighted. On your prescription, these numbers will typically be marked by “SPH” or “S,” both of which stand for “spherical.”
If you’re dealing with astigmatism, you’ll notice a few extra measurements – usually marked as “CYL” and “AXIS” – which refer to the degree and orientation of your astigmatism, respectively. Customers who require multifocal or progressive lenses will also see “ADD,” identifying the amount of power added to the body of a multifocal lens in order to address farsightedness.
For a smooth, modern experience, progressive eyeglasses are also available. These popular, cutting-edge specialty lenses provide the versatile functionality of multifocal lenses while eliminating the lines that can sometimes diminish their appeal.
Ready to get serious about vision care? Begin your eye health journey with Optical Gallery by scheduling an exam today.