A comprehensive eye exam is recommended for everyone in Mountain Top and Wilkes-Barre. Comprehensive eye exams can uncover many eye health issues, including vision problems.
What Tests are Conducted During a Comprehensive Eye Exam?
During the course of about an hour, we at Biernacki Wagner Eye Associates will perform a series of tests that may include one or more of the following:
The visual acuity test measures the distance at which your eyes can focus on far away objects. Visual Acuity is perhaps the test that people are most familiar with and it involves reading a chart with both eyes, then with one eye shut.
A screening test that allows our doctor in Mountain Top and Wilkes-Barre to determine if you can see the full human spectrum of colors. One important reason for this test is to ensure you are able to note the difference between traffic signal and sign colors for safe driving.
The non-invasive cover test is done by our eye doctor in Mountain Top and Wilkes-Barre to determine whether your eyes are working together correctly, or if you have a condition such as strabismus, lazy eye or binocular vision.
We may perform an eye movement test to see how well your eyes can follow moving objects. In this test, the doctor will watch your eyes as you follow the trajectory of his finger moving slowly back and forth in front of your face.
Depth perception is an important feature that allows you to safely navigate through the world without bumping into things, such as when you are driving. In this test, our eye doctor at Biernacki Wagner Eye Associates will have you wear 3D glasses as you peruse a unique book. You’ll be asked to identify shapes and features in the book.
In the glaucoma test, the doctor uses a machine to test the pressure in your eyes. It involves blowing a painless puff of concentrated air at each eye. Glaucoma is a severe degenerative eye disease with few warning signs. Early detection can save your eyesight.
To schedule your comprehensive eye exam in Mountain Top and Wilkes-Barre, please contact us today!