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Medical Eye Exams

The advanced technology we use for medical eye exams at Ighani Eye Care enables early detection of many eye conditions that can cause vision issues, including:

  • Macular Degeneration
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Hypertensive Retinopathy
  • Glaucoma
  • Cataracts
  • Keratoconus
  • Flashes and Floaters
  • Retinal Tears and Detachment

Dr. Ighani is also able to address more minor eye concerns, including blurry vision, scratches, eye infections, conjunctivitis (pink eye), dry eye, difficulty seeing up close and even pterygiums in a medical eye exam.

what to expect during Medical Eye Exam

What to Expect in
a Medical Eye Exam

Your eyes will be dilated during a medical eye exam. The eye drops used to dilate your eyes cause your pupils to widen, allowing more light to enter and giving Dr. I a better view of the back of your eye. Eye dilation assists in diagnosing common eye diseases and conditions, possibly at their earliest stages.

Eye dilation also makes your vision blurry and your eyes more sensitive to light, which, for a few hours, can affect your ability to drive or work. So please plan accordingly and have someone with you who can drive for you after your dilated medical eye exam.

Easy Medical Eye Exam payment

Paying for
a Medical Eye Exam

Great news here. Billing for a medical eye exam goes through your medical insurance, which typically provides more coverage than the average vision insurance. In fact, you don’t even have to have vision insurance to have a medical eye exam! Additionally, for those who qualify, Medicare covers medical eye exams.

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