Need your eyes checked?

Many adults with seemingly good vision can fall into a pattern of neglecting the health of their eyes. They take for granted their ability to see clearly and don’t think twice about not visiting an eye doctor. According to the Mayo Clinic, though, even adults with good vision need to schedule an appointment with an ophthalmologist at certain key times. They recommend having your vision checked at least once in your 20s and twice in your 30s – providing, of course, that you don’t notice any obvious vision problems. If you are still seeing clearly at 40, it is important to get your vision checked once every two years to make sure you can see properly without a prescription. As people age, their vision naturally starts to deteriorate, meaning that everyone eventually needs some sort of aid.

By visiting an eye doctor on a regular basis during your 40s and 50s, you can monitor the health of your eyes and get glasses whenever you start to see less clearly. By age 65, the Mayo Clinic suggests that people schedule an appointment approximately every year to maintain healthy eyes and stay alert for problems such as glaucoma. If, on the other hand, you currently wear glasses or have a history of vision problems, it is necessary to visit the eye doctor more frequently to keep your prescription updated and monitor the health of your eye. The same goes for people with a family history of eye disease. Staying alert now and getting treatment can protect your most precious sense for decades to come. And with True Dental Discounts, that protection is affordable for the whole family.

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