You should visit an optometrist if you are experiencing eye problems, such as blurred vision, seeing spots, always having burning eyes, or being very sensitive to light. You may also want to have your eyes checked for glaucoma or another hereditary eye disease. For almost all examinations that an ophthalmologist does, you can often go to the optometrist faster and receive the same level of care. You do not need a referral letter for this. If treatment is necessary, the optometrist will refer you to an eye doctor.

Optometric examination Your first examination with the optometrist is similar to a visit to the eye doctor. It begins with an eye test, followed by a discussion of the eye's health and a comprehensive examination. The total investigation takes approximately 45 minutes, including the waiting time required after the pupil-dilating eye drops are administered.


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