Refraction Eye Exams
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Additional Eye Exams
Family Eye Exams
Children’s eyes grow and change quickly, and it is important to monitor your child’s eye health. Early screenings are helpful to identify your child’s eye care needs and how often they will need complete eye exams. Our ophthalmologists at the Rock Hill Eye Center are ready to help you address all your family’s eye care needs.
Senior Eye Exams
If you are older than 65 years old, you should have your eyes checked every year or two. Our ophthalmologists will check you for signs of age-related diseases, such as cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration. If diagnosed with one of these eye conditions, the physicians at Rock Hill Eye Center will provide you with the expert care and treatment that you need to manage your disease state.
Routine Eye Exams
Routine eye exams are an important part of staying healthy.
Plaquenil Eye Exams
We perform different tests to detect retinal damage due to Plaquenil medication.