Comprehensive Eye Care in Alabama

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Get Comprehensive Eye Care from EyeCare Associates in Alabama

At EyeCare Associates, our trusted team of highly trained Alabama eye care professionals focus on maintaining the overall health of your eyes with comprehensive eye care. Comprehensive eye care includes routine eye examinations, preventative care, and treatment. 

Each of our Alabama eye doctors is focused on helping you see beautifully for a lifetime. We use the industry’s best eye care equipment and patient technology to provide you with the care you need. EyeCare Associates offers advanced diagnostics, high-quality vision care products, and an easy-to-use customer portal.

Routine eye exams are a vital part of your overall health because many eye conditions have no symptoms before they become serious. Yearly preventative eye care from our Alabama optometrists can detect and treat these eye conditions early.

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Find EyeCare Associates Comprehensive Eye Care Solutions in Alabama

EyeCare Associates offers comprehensive eye care at each of our Alabama eye clinics.

We are proud to have over 30 eye clinics across the state of Alabama. This gives you access to affordable and comprehensive eye care no matter where you live in Alabama. 

Many of our locations are conveniently located near the cities of Birmingham, Hoover, Huntsville, Mobile, and Tuscaloosa.

What is a Comprehensive Eye Exam?

Comprehensive eye exams performed by the highly skilled Alabama optometrists at EyeCare Associates evaluate your visual acuity and the complete health of your eyes. 

Vision tests alone do not paint a clear picture of your overall health. A comprehensive eye exam helps eye doctors detect any potentially harmful eye diseases and protect the health of your eyes. 

Eye exams can also help detect early signs of other health problems like diabetes and high blood pressure. This is based on evaluation of blood vessels and other structures in the eye. 

It’s recommended that you get a comprehensive eye exam every one to two years. This can change based on your personal health conditions and visual corrective needs. Those who wear glasses or contact lenses may need to visit their eye doctor more frequently.

Contact Lens Fittings in Alabama

At EyeCare Associates in Alabama, our eye doctors provide contact lens prescriptions and fittings during a comprehensive eye exam. 

Once you and your eye doctor have determined that contact lenses are the right choice for your vision needs, your eye doctor will ask questions about your lifestyle. This lets our Alabama eye doctors find the best type of contact lens based on your needs. 

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Schedule an Appointment Today for Comprehensive Eye Care from EyeCare Associates

At EyeCare Associates, our eye doctors are focused on helping you see beautifully for a lifetime! During a comprehensive eye exam, we look at all aspects of the eye and the overall health. 

Our eye exams can detect conditions such as dry eye, glaucoma, and cataracts. This will assist us in diagnosing and treating various eye conditions. 

Your eye health is important so schedule an eye exam today!

Frequently Asked Questions about Comprehensive Eye Care

Do I Need Comprehensive Eye Care?

Everyone—infants, children, and adults—benefits from comprehensive eye care. Comprehensive eye care helps to detect and prevent eye conditions from occurring. 

If any eye conditions are found, EyeCare Associates will work with you to treat the condition or prevent the condition from worsening.

Does EyeCare Associates Provide Prescription Eyeglasses?

Yes - eyeglasses and prescriptions are also included in comprehensive eye care. Each of the Alabama eye doctors at EyeCare Associates will help you find the right pair for your prescription and lifestyle.

When Should I See an Eye Doctor?

Those experiencing vision problems—such as blurriness, cloudiness, or vision loss—should schedule an appointment with an eye doctor right away. You may have a vision threatening eye condition.

If you’re not currently experiencing any difficulties with your vision, it’s still important to schedule annual routine eye appointments.