The key to long-term eye health and clear vision is preventive care, local eye doctors say. Routine eye care now can eliminate or delay future vision problems and possibly serve as an indicator of related health issues for those over 50. So how often should you have an eye exam?
The answer depends on your overall eye health.
“From a screening purpose, I like to see people who are over the age of 50 at least once a year,” said Dr. R. Krishna Sanka of The Eye Centers of Racine and Kenosha, 3805 B Spring St., Suite 140, Racine, and 9916 75th St., Suite 101, Kenosha.
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