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Who Should See an Optometrist -- Belmont, MA

Why Schedule an Eye Appointment?

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Even though most people agree that sight is one of the most important senses, many of them do not visit eye doctors on a regular basis. The result is that millions of Americans have undiagnosed vision impairments that have the potential to get worse as time passes. Even if you don’t think you need to visit an eye doctor, scheduling an appointment at least once a year could ultimately help you save your vision in the long term. Here are some reasons why you might want to call to schedule an appointment with Dr. Ajoian today.

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Regular Eye Exams

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It’s highly recommended that you visit an optometrist at least once every year for a comprehensive eye exam. We’ll perform several tests to confirm that your eyes are healthy and check to see if there have been any changes in your vision. There are many ocular health issues that may lie beneath the surface of your cornea without you realizing it, but if we catch these problems early, we can take steps to keep your eyes healthy and functional.

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Contact Lenses

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If you use contact lenses to correct your vision, we can make sure you’re well stocked for the coming year. We offer many different types of lenses based on your unique needs, which includes both extended and daily wear. Some contacts are made to be comfortable for people with dry eyes while others help protect your eyes from the harmful rays of the sun; give us a call to learn more about your options.

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Naturally, we can also provide glasses for anyone that needs vision correction but don’t want to wear contacts. We can help you pick the type of lens that best suits your everyday life. Furthermore, we can check to make sure that your frames fit properly on your face so that your eyeglasses stay in place at all times.

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Help With Dry Eye Management

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Dry eye isn’t just irritating and potentially painful; it can eventually lead to corneal ulcers, eye inflammation, and, in the worst-case scenario, vision loss. Luckily, there are various ways for dry eye to be treated. We can examine your eyes to try and narrow down the cause so that you can be treated appropriately.

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Myopia Treatment

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Myopia is another word for nearsightedness, an extremely common condition in people under the age of 40. You’ll need to have your nearsightedness addressed so that you can function normally in your everyday life. We offer bifocal glasses, corneal refractive therapy, and other solutions that can help you see more clearly.

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Eye Emergency

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Is your eye in pain? Sometimes all you need to do is rinse out your eye with water, but if the pain persists, we encourage you to call us immediately. We’ll work quickly to ease your discomfort and figure out the root cause of your problem so that it can be effectively dealt with.

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Eye Disease

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There are several eye conditions that require therapies and treatments before they grow worse to the point that they might threaten your vision. We can identify such diseases early on and take steps to ensure that you can still see clearly on a daily basis. We’ll take note of any noteworthy changes so that you can address them quickly.

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