eye exam

When it comes preserving your vision, early detection is the solution.

Many sight-threatening diseases, if detected early, can be cured or treated to prevent, or slow, the progression of any vision loss. The most important preventive step is receiving routine examinations by a qualified eye care professional.

  • Children should receive their first comprehensive eye examination before the age of three, unless a specific condition or history of family childhood vision problems warrants an earlier examination.
  • Anyone with a history of visual problems should get routine preventive care.
  • People ages 20 to 30 should have an eye exam every two years, unless visual changes, pain, flashes of light, new floaters, injury, or tearing occurs. Then, immediate care is necessary.

Yearly exams become important in the late thirties when changes in vision and focus along with eye diseases are more likely to develop. People with diabetes are also at risk for several eye disorders, including diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts, and should have eye examinations every year.

Squinting, blinking, rubbing eyes frequently, headaches, changes in vision, and difficulty with visual concentration within arm's length may be signs of eye problems and should be checked immediately by your optometrist.

To schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience, please give us a call at: 801-581-2352. 

John A. Moran Eye Center 65 Mario Capecchi Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
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801-581-2352
Midvalley Health Center 243 E 6100 S
Murray, UT 84107
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801-585-3937
Redstone Health Center 1743 W. Redstone Center Dr.
Park City, UT 84098
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435-658-9262
Redwood Health Center 1525 West 2100 South
Salt Lake City UT 84119
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801-213-8841
South Jordan Health Center 5126 W. Daybreak Parkway
South Jordan, UT 84009
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801-213-4500