Need an Eye Exam in Huntington Station or Lake Grove LensCrafters?
Annual Eye Exams
Besides helping you maintain the best vision possible, eye exams can help detect and treat a number of eye ailments before they turn into something much more serious. They can even alert you to general health conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure.
That's why our optometrists strongly encourage you to keep up with a regular schedule of eye exams, especially if your family has a history of eye or other health problems. If you like, we at our Lake Grove and Huntington Station eye care offices will gladly send you periodic reminders so that you can stay on a regular schedule of essential eye exams.
Children's Eye Care
One in four children has an undiagnosed vision problem that can lead to difficulty in learning. Children who don't see well rarely complain about their vision. They believe that images are supposed to be blurry because they have never seen them any other way. Just like routine visits to the pediatrician, your child should also receive regular eye exams to maintain healthy vision.
The American Optometric Association recommends that all children have an eye exam before starting school. After that, eye exams should be performed every two years because vision problems can emerge as children grow. Some children may need more frequent eye exams.
Ready to Schedule Your Eye Exam in Huntington Station or Lake Grove?
Call Dr. Brian K Berliner today or schedule an appointment online at one of our offices in either Huntington Station, NY or Lake Grove.
If you live in Commack or Plainview, NY we're only a few minutes' drive away.
Through InfantSEE®, optometrists in Long Island, NY provide a one-time, comprehensive eye and vision assessment to babies in their first year of life, usually between the ages of 6 and 12 months, offering early detection of potential eye and vision problems at no cost regardless of income or ability to pay.
Our comprehensive vision and eye exam in Long Island, NY goes beyond 20/20 to evaluate many important visual skills