Eye Exam

During childhood, it’s easy to get a routine eye exam when your parent or caretaker makes the appointment and ensures your arrival to the doctor’s office. 

However as we get older, eye care can easily fall by the wayside when we don’t see changes in our vision. No matter the age, vision exams play a pivotal role in helping identify certain diseases or issues that otherwise could go undetected - such as near/ far sightedness, diabetes, and glaucoma.

When assessing overall health, it’s important for eye care to be a part of the equation. Adults with healthy eyes should see their ophthalmologist or optometrist every 1 to 2 years (annually if you wear glasses or contact lenses), and patients with more serious problems should see their ophthalmologist as often as directed. 

Thomas Eye Group is one of the largest eye care practices in the southeast and offers services for seniors, adults, teens, and children. Their eight conveniently located clinics are designed with families in mind and include an optical shop with a large variety of brands and frames.

Their Suwanee location has a team of highly experienced ophthalmologists including Board Certified Pediatric Ophthalmologist, Jeri Salit, M.D., Board-Certified Ophthalmologist and LASIK & Refractive Surgeon, Jeffrey Carlisle, M.D., Board Certified Ophthalmologist and Oculoplastic Surgeon, Kenneth Neufeld, M.D. and Comprehensive Optometrist, Glenda Brown, O.D.

The Thomas Eye Group Suwanee office is located at 1120 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. 

For more information or to schedule an appointment, visit www.thomaseye.com or call 770-809-3366.

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