It is possible to have a serious vision problem and not know it. Vision problems that are left undetected and untreated may lead to vision loss and in some cases blindness. Early detection is the key to minimizing vision loss. If you think you have a vision problem, the best thing to do is call your eye doctor right away for a complete eye exam.

Are You At Risk of a Vision Problem?

Are you at risk for age-related eye disease?

This self assessment will help you determine whether you are at risk for age-related eye disease.

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If You Think You Have a Vision Problem, Get an Eye Exam

At a complete eye exam, called a dilated eye exam, the eye doctor widens the pupil of the eye with eye drops to allow a closer look at the inside of the eye. This exam may not be part of an eye exam for a new pair of eyeglasses or contact lenses. Be sure to ask your eye doctor for a dilated eye exam.

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Checking for Signs of a Vision Problem

Be aware of changes in the appearance of your eyes and changes in how you see. Early detection of eye problems is key to preventing vision loss.

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Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) Test - Amsler Grid

The purpose of this test is for adults to checkĀ for age-related macular degeneration using an Amsler Grid pattern.

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