We Perform a Comprehensive Eye Exam
A traditional, comprehensive eye exam involves a number of different tests, actually quite a few more than the traditional vision screening. The vision screening assesses your vision. During your exam, we evaluate your risk factors for eye diseases and other indicators of general health issues. You should be aware that a comprehensive eye exam includes a number of tests that evaluates the health of your eyes and your vision.
What Should You Expect During Your Eye Exam?
At Duncan Eye we provide a traditional thorough eye exam, and our Duncan Eye Our Eye Exam Includes:
- Health background and history
- Visual Acuity
- Eye Focus and Teaming Test
- Slit Lamp Test
- Pupil dilation (if necessary)
What Treatments Do We Offer After Your Eye Exam?
- Cataract Treatment
- Dry Eye
- Diabetic Eye Exams
- Hypertensive Eye Exams
- Macular Degeneration Treatment
- Removal of Eyelid Lesions
- Eyelid surgeries
What Insurances Do We Accept for Your Exam?
At Duncan Eye We Accept MEDICAL insurances including Medicare (Because we offer state of the art eyecare most Vision Plans are not sufficient). We DO NOT accept Tenncare or Medicaid.
NEW patients should expect to spend 1 ½ hours at their appointment depending on their individual eye health issue.
We Look Forward to Your Next Eye Exam Visit
At Duncan Eye from the moment you enter our office, expect to be welcomed and made to feel at ease by our staff. Of course, you may have many questions, and that’s fine. Ask away. Know that no matter what, at Duncan Eye, both before and after your eye exam, you will be treated with professionalism, courtesy, care and respect. We know you value your vision. And we act like it.