Living with blurry vision is not just an inconvenience, it can actually be dangerous. Without being able to see clearly, going about your day can be accident-filled and hard to navigate. If you are experiencing any blurry vision, you might need glasses or some other form of vision correction appliance in order to help you see properly. Here at our Lake Mead optical store, Michael Vathanasaynee, OD can provide all patients with the comprehensive eye and vision exams that they need in order to get eyeglasses.
When it comes to getting glasses, it is important that you have a full eye exam completed beforehand. If you are experiencing blurry vision, Michael Vathanasaynee, OD can determine whether the cause is another medical condition or whether it is in fact your vision worsening. In some cases, rapidly decreasing or changing vision can indicate that you have a particular eye disease or condition. A thorough exam with Dr. Vathanasaynee can determine what the cause of your blurry vision happens to be. If your inability to see clearly is simply due to some kind of vision impairment, then Michael Vathanasaynee, OD can provide you with a vision exam which will help determine what prescription strength lenses you will need in order to see properly. Using a tool that allows you to look through different lenses, Dr. Vathanasaynee will be able to pinpoint the exact magnification your eyeglasses will need so that they can provide you with 20/20 vision. With perfect vision, you will be able to go about your day with complete confidence and ease. Once your prescription is determined, you can look through our selection of eyeglasses here at our Lake Mead optical store. We can even help you choose a style that will compliment your style and your face shape as well.
If you have blurry vision, then you may very well need glasses in order to see properly. If you experience any problems with your vision, you will need a comprehensive vision exam. Feel free to call us here at our Lake Mead optical store to set up an appointment with Michael Vathanasaynee, OD today.