Comprehensive Eye Exams

At Philip E. Stein, OD in Arizona, we are dedicated to our patients and their ocular health. Our goal is to help you maintain optimal eye health. We recommend comprehensive eye exams for all of our patients as it is an extremely vital part of providing the best eye care possible. Have perfect vision? Even those that don’t think they have any problems should visit their eye doctor in Arizona at least once a year, many eye-related conditions actually have no symptoms or warning signs early of, however they can be detected by an eye care professional. Not only can getting your eyes checked regularly help to detect any eye issues at an early stage (making them easier to treat) it can also help to determine the overall health of your eyes. If you are interested in investigating refractive surgery, we can co-manage your surgery with a very reputable refractive surgery center. Ask Dr. Stein for the details of this exciting option in eye care. Interested in scheduling your next eye exam in Arizona? Contact Philip E. Stein, OD today, we’d be happy to get you on our schedule.

Comprehensive Eye Examinations: What to Expect

At Philip E. Stein, OD, we strive to provide the best eye care possible, during your comprehensive eye examination in Arizona you can expect:

  • Vision Testing

    During vision testing, your optometrist will perform vision testing at all distances using an eye chart. This measures the sharpness of your vision.

  • Color Vision

    During color vision testing, your eye doctor will test for any possible eye health problems that may be affecting your ability to see all colors properly.

  • Glaucoma Screening

    During glaucoma screenings, the “puff-of-air test” also known as non-contact tonometry is typically used to check the pressure inside of your eyes by blowing air onto the surface and checking resistance. Of even more importance is evaluating the appearance of the optic nerve by the doctor. This can uncover whether nerve damage is occuring, regardless of whether the intraocular pressures are in the normal or abnormal ranges.

  • Additional Optical Testing

    Additional testing may also be performed including binocular vision/eye teaming evaluations, examination of the inside/outside of the eyes and more depending upon your eye health and any findings.

    Typically, comprehensive eye examinations take about 30 minutes, however depending upon your eye health, eye care needs and any additional recommended testing it can vary.

How Often Should I Have A Comprehensive Exam?

When it comes to healthy adult patients, we recommend a comprehensive eye exam annually for everyone. Those with any eye-related conditions may need to visit more frequently.

Schedule Your Comprehensive Eye Exam in Arizona

Ready to schedule your comprehensive eye exam? Contact Philip E. Stein, OD today, we are always accepting new patients and would be more than happy to get you scheduled for an appointment.