A great prescription and greater health starts with a better eye exam. Explore what makes an eye exam at SVS Vision something special.

It starts with an SVS Vision Optometrist

The most important factor in any eye exam is your trust in your eye doctor. SVS Vision Optometrists and our partners are chosen for their experience, professionalism, and ability to diagnose eye health and offer vision solutions.

A 12-Point Exam

It’s called a comprehensive eye exam for a reason. Going far beyond just matching you to the perfect pair of corrective lenses, the SVS Vision Eye Exam analyzes your eye health and tests for common eye conditions and diseases. Our 12-point exam includes:

  • Visual Acuity Test
  • Refraction
  • Health History Evaluation
  • Peripheral Vision
  • Prescription Evaluation
  • Cover Testing
  • Glaucoma Screening
  • Pupil Testing
  • Anterior Segment Eye Health Evaluation
  • Posterior Segment Eye Health Evaluation
  • Eye Alignment Testing
  • Extra Ocular Muscle Testing

The Latest Technology

From the latest equipment to the most accurate diagnostic tools, SVS Vision offices utilize the most advanced technology to see your eye in the clearest way possible. With great detail comes better eye health direction and prescription.

5-Star Reviewed

We think our eye exam is pretty great, but it’s our patients who have shared hundreds of 5-star reviews on our behalf. And not just for our technology… but for the experienced Optometrists and helpful SVS Vision team members who take the necessary time to make sure our patients are comfortable and cared for throughout their exam and entire purchase experience.

It’s Disease Specific

Our Eye Exams consider any pre-existing health conditions, and we offer specific Medical Eye Exams that may exclude you from standard eye exams.

It’s Age Specific

As your eyes age, they will change, so our exams are crafted for a lifetime of eye health. An SVS Vision Eye Exam considers the life stage each patient is currently in and any increased risks or predictable changes your eye may be experiencing.

Available at Over 80+ Locations

We wanted to make the SVS Vision Eye Exam as convenient as possible, so you can schedule one at over 80 locations throughout Michigan and surrounding states.

Only $69 (or free*)

Great vision should be affordable. In many cases, insurance completely covers an SVS Vision Eye Exam or requires only a small co-pay. For those without insurance benefits, we’re committed to just $69 for an SVS Vision Eye Exam, amongst the lowest in the industry.

Other Specialized Eye Exams

Diabetes Exam

Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in people 20 to 74 years of age. Early detection of diabetic changes in the eyes is critical for preventing severe vision loss. The American Medical Association recommends that all people with diabetes have their eyes examined by an optometrist or ophthalmologist at least once every year.

Our team of doctors at SVS Vision perform comprehensive eye examinations on all diabetics. We work together with your primary care physician to completely manage all aspects of the diabetes process.

Medical Eye Exam

A medical eye exam is performed to diagnose a medical problem with the eye. Examples of some medical problems include eye infections, inflammation, and allergies. Other examples may include new onset flashes and floaters, dry eyes, and foreign bodies. Our doctors will also carefully examine your eyes for complications related to diabetes. In certain instances, these conditions may prevent you from receiving a comprehensive or contact lens exam.

Contact Lens Evaluation

After a comprehensive eye exam is performed, the curvature of the eye is measured, paying special attention to the front surface of the eye to determine the best contact for the patient. A contact lens is then placed on the eye and evaluated for vision, comfort, and fit. The doctor will also recommend daily or bi-weekly replacement lenses based on your lifestyle and specific needs. Once the contact lens evaluation is complete, a follow-up appointment may be needed to finalize the prescription. If you have had a comprehensive exam within 90 days and are interested in contact lenses, you may not need to have another comprehensive eye exam.

Specialty Contact Lens Evaluation

Some eye problems may require specialty contact lenses, such as gas permeable or scleral lenses. Conditions such as keratoconus, post-LASIK ectasia, and post-surgical corneas may require specialty contact lenses. Our doctors can make recommendations for these types of conditions to ensure the best possible outcome.

Your long-term eye health matters to us. That’s why every routine eye examination will start with a medical history. This includes a patient history, a family history and an ocular history for both you and your family. Next, your visual acuity will be checked along with a refraction (to check for any vision changes, focusing problems and eye tearing problems that may have occurred since your last examination). After that, we will assess your eye alignment, eye muscle movements, peripheral vision, and pupil response.

One of our trusted doctors will also check your eye health. The doctor will use a microscope to evaluate the health of the surface and the interior of your eyes. Eye pressure will also be measured. Your eyes may be dilated to further evaluate the peripheral retina. At the end of a routine eye examination, you will receive a copy of your eyeglass prescription.

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