Your eyes will be examined for all eye diseases including, diabetic retinopathy, cataracts, dry eye, and glaucoma. Glaucoma has been called the "silent thief of sight," because there are few or no initial symptoms, but eventually can cause permanent loss of eyesight.
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We can help all ages from infants and young children to teenagers, all the way to the elderly.
We provide services for all age groups. Infants and young children, protective eyewear and contacts for sports-minded teens and adults, middle-aged presbyopia patients. Presbyopia often shows itself in the middle-aged years when small print becomes difficult to read. More mature patients can receive magnifiers and low vision devices to make life easier in the later years.
Optometrists use many types of procedures and tests in order to examine your eyes. Some are quite simple, like asking you to read an eye chart or tell whether you see red or green on a page. Others are very complex and require the use of a high-powered scopes for the doctor to be able to view the inside of your eyes, particularly the retina and other structures.
A comprehensive eye examination may take 1 to 1 1/2 hours, a low vision examination can take 2 to 2 1/2 hours.
Wertsch Vision Associates was founded in 1931.
We have been giving quality family eye care
for over 75 years!