A simple eye test takes around 30 minutes and should be done every two years, or every year if there is a family history of glaucoma. Your eye care practitioner will ask about any problems, your general health, and they will examine the inside and outside of your eyes. If the eye care practitioner thinks it is necessary they will photograph your retina to get a detailed image of the back of your eye.
WHAT IS BEING
During a simple eye examination, your eye care practitioner will be looking for signs of sight deterioration and health issues like diabetes and high blood pressure. A thorough eye examination will use advanced measuring equipment to take measurements of your eye.