Visit Peters Eye Clinic for Routine Eye Exams in Mt. Pleasant, PA
Routine Eye Exams for Individuals With and Without Vision Issues
Everybody in Mt. Pleasant needs a routine eye exam, but the frequency can vary depending on whether or not vision issues exist. Individuals who wear glasses or contacts, or have existing conditions like glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, or macular degeneration require more frequent eye exams. However, residents of Western PA without vision issues should still make routine appointments every few years depending on their age.
Our team provides professional and accurate vision examinations for all patients who visit our Mt. Pleasant office. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for a routine eye exam and protect your vision through the ophthalmologist at Peters Eye Clinic. Give us a call at (724) 547-2800.
What Happens During a Routine Eye Exam at Peters Eye Clinic?
For those unfamiliar with routine eye exams, our staff can answer any questions you have beforehand about the procedure. It is a good idea to bring sunglasses to the appointment in case dilating pupils is necessary. Before the exam, much like when seeing a primary care physician, we will discuss your medical history and any ongoing optical issues you experience. During the examination, our ophthalmologist measures visual activity to determine any issues with seeing from distances or seeing colors, and to address any visible issues with the eyes. At the end of the examination, we discuss any potential issues with your vision and any measures that you should take moving forward. Give Peters Eye Clinic a call today to set up an appointment in Mt. Pleasant with Dr. Jerome Peters.
Visit Our Office on West Main Street in Mt. Pleasant, PA
Western PA residents have access to any of our three Westmoreland County offices. With an office in Mt. Pleasant, PA, Dr. Jerome Peters works with patients throughout the region. When patients come to our office at 802 West Main Street in Mt. Pleasant for a routine eye exam, they always get a thorough evaluation of their vision from a qualified staff. We check thoroughly for any issues, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, glaucoma, and macular degeneration, and treat them when necessary. Additionally, we have the most advanced practices for diabetic eye exams. To schedule an appointment, give us a call today and take the first step toward seeing more clearly.
Westmoreland County, PA