Premier Senior


Though problems with the eyes and vision can occur at any age, they are more common in seniors. Vision changes as you get older because your eyes undergo structural changes. For most eye diseases like cataract, Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) and glaucoma are more common in the elderly. Comorbidities like diabetes, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease increase the risk of age-related eye diseases. Poor vision can result in restricted mobility at a time of life when staying active is crucial to maintain health and quality of life.

Senior eye exams detect structural changes to the eyes before they start causing significant permanent damage. These diagnostic tests allow us to view the inner structures of your eyes, their changes, even when they’re in the early stages, and start treating the issue right away.

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