Routine and Medical Eye Exams

Your eyes are the most important sensory organ you own.  They deserve a thorough evaluation when you visit your optometrist, to keep you seeing, feeling, and looking your best.

There is a big difference between just getting a glasses prescription and getting a comprehensive eye exam. A comprehensive eye exam includes an evaluation of the eye muscles, neurological responses, vision, eye health, and a dilated eye exam.  It is essential for the early diagnosis and treatment of many conditions, both inside and outside of the eye.

The American Optometric Association (AOA) and The American Medical Association (AMA) recommend a dilated eye exam every 2 years for healthy individuals.  For people with diabetes, hypertension, and immune deficiency diseases, they recommend an annual exam.  Adults and children with new or changing eyeglasses or contacts prescriptions should be evaluated every year as well.

Dr. L. As I call her is the best around! I have a very difficult prescription and schedule. She not only figured out my prescription which has two levels but, she also spent a long time trying to assist me in wearing contacts.  Even though we thought this was impossible she tried for me anyway.  Dr. Smith is very accommodating. I am never rushed when I am there.  I also have great frames thanks to her as well! Ask to see her adult line if she does a trunk show. Dr L does both pediatric and adult eye care and is well worth the trip if you aren’t from Sudbury !!!
Thank you Dr. L for the great care!!

Gerry C. — Yelp