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Routine Eye Exams

Allegheny Ophthalmology Associates provide annual eye exams in Pittsburgh, PA that help prevent and treat any serious eye conditions. Schedule an appointment online today!

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Allegheny Ophthalmology Routine Eye Exam

Allegheny Ophthalmology Associates

Pittsburgh's Most Reliable, Local Ophthalmologists, located in Natrona Heights, PA

Eye Exams - Natrona Heights, PA | Pittsburgh's Top Eye Doctor

Even if you have perfect vision, a regular optometric eye exam can help identify changes in vision as well as diseases that can progress without symptoms or warnings. Eye problems discovered early are generally much easier to treat than those found in advanced stages(opens in a new tab). Various illnesses are more common at different times in life. Treatable eye diseases are fairly common in children and even more common in the elderly. Therefore, youngsters and seniors have the most to gain from regular check-ups.

At Allegheny Ophthalmology Associates, we offer comprehensive eye exams using state-of-the-art technology. Whether you are in need of a routine exam or treatment for medical issues like dry eyes, cataracts, astigmatism, macular degeneration, and glaucoma, our services have the solution. We serve communities in Northern Allegheny, Westmoreland, Armstrong, and Butler Counties. Contact us at our office in Natrona Heights, PA by calling 724-224-4240 or book an appointment online. Let our local ophthalmologist’s help you achieve the clear vision you deserve.


FAQs on Routine Eye Exams:

What Happens during a Routine Eye Exam?

During a routine eye exam, one of our ophthalmologists will gather information about your health history as well as any specific vision issues that you have. After that, our care team will perform a comprehensive vision assessment. They will use a visual acuity test and tests to check your close-up vision. Our ophthalmologists will numb your eyes to perform a test to check for your eye pressure. Finally, our team will dilate your eyes in order to see your inner pupils. This can cause light sensitivity, but this will go away after a few hours. 

What are Common Eye Diseases?

Additional testing may be required if one of our ophthalmologists sees any signs of any eye diseases or conditions. Common eye diseases include:

  • Cataracts
  • Refractive errors
  • Retinal conditions
  • Glaucoma
  • Macular degeneration
  • Diabetic retinopathy 

How Often is a Routine Eye Exam Needed? 

Patients should visit Allegheny Ophthalmology Associates for an annual routine eye exam unless otherwise recommended by one of our ophthalmologists. We care team may recommend more frequent visits if you have signs or symptoms of any eye diseases or treatments. 

At Allegheny Ophthalmology Associates, we provide comprehensive eye exams performed by our board-certified ophthalmologists. if you would like to know more, call our Natrona Heights office or book an appointment using the easy online booking tool today.