What is the difference between a prescription check  only exam and a fully comprehensive eye exam?

What is the difference between a prescription check only exam and a fully comprehensive eye exam?

Dr. Chris Schell, Barrie optometrist talks about the difference between prescription check and comprehensive eye exams.

Learn about different types of eye exams from Dr. Chris Schell, Optometrist in Barrie, ON

A comprehensive eye exam consists of the following things:

- Visual Acuity Test
- Binocular Visual Assessment
- Check up on overall eye health
- Intraocular pressure
- Corneal Pachymetry
- Refraction
- Final diagnosis and recommendations

A prescription check also known as a refraction examination is used to determine the precise prescription you require, we can perform a refraction if you feel your current prescription is not working for you but you do not require a full comprehensive eye exam at this time.

Tags: prescription check eye exam, refraction eye exam, comprehensive eye exam, Barrie, Ontario
Last Updated On: April 06, 2017
More From Collection

FAQ

close
Connect: 1-866-445-9004
BarrieDirect.info is part of the CityDirect.info Network. Copyright 2002-2017. All rights reserved. Powered by NetPerception.
By using this Site you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy