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Comprehensive Eye Exam

Clarity Begins Here: Elevate Your Vision with Expert Eye Examination

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Pre-Appointment Readiness:
Simplifying Your Eye Exam Experience

Medical History
Review your
medical history

Before your eye exam, take a moment to go over your medical history. Note any changes in your overall health, medications, or existing eye conditions. This information is crucial for your optometrist to understand your current health status and provide the best care.

Compile a List of
Concerns or Questions

Jot down any specific issues or questions you have about your vision or eye health. Whether it's changes in your vision, discomfort, or general queries about eye care, having a list ensures that you cover all your concerns during the appointment.

Glasses Prescription
Bring Previous Prescription
Glasses or Contacts

If you wear prescription glasses or contact lenses, bring them with you to the appointment. Your optometrist may want to check your current prescription to assess if any adjustments are needed. This step helps in ensuring accurate vision correction.

Pre-exam appointment
Arrive with Time
for Pre-Exam Tests

Plan to arrive a bit early for your appointment. This allows time for pre-exam tests that measure aspects like intraocular pressure, peripheral vision, or eye coordination. Being punctual ensures a comprehensive assessment of your eye health.

Dr. Coleman

Meet Optometry Specialist

Dr. Eric Colman OD

Dr. Eric Colman is a dedicated and diligent optometrist serving the community of Brooklyn, NY. Dr. Colman attended the New England College of Optometry, where he received his degree in optometry.

Dr. Colman sees patients for general eye consultations, eye infections, dry eyes, contact lenses, and cornea problems, as well as other common and specialized reasons.

Dr. Colman is deeply committed to the well-being of his patients. He takes a thorough and precise approach to his consultations to ensure that he is consistently giving accurate diagnoses.

Comprehensive Eye Exam

Whether you're getting a new prescription or renewing an expired one, take care of it at our modern brooklyn location. Eyeglasses exam and Contact lens available

Meet with an eye doctor at a store near you to get a new prescription and check your eye health.

This is a good option for those who: need an up-to-date prescription (even if it's your first) wear any glasses or contact lens prescription have eye health concerns, including headaches or vision changes are over the age of 4

Dr. Coleman

Practical Tips for Maintaining Healthy Eyes Between Exams

  • 1
    Stay Hydrated

    Adequate hydration is essential for overall health, including eye health. Drink plenty of water to maintain the moisture level in your eyes, preventing dryness and irritation.

  • 2
    Protect Your Eyes from UV Rays

    Shield your eyes with 100% UVA and UVB-blocking sunglasses to prevent cataracts and other issues caused by prolonged UV exposure.

  • 3
    Ensure Proper Lighting

    Create a well-lit environment when reading or working to reduce eye strain. Position your lighting source behind you & use indirect lighting to minimize glare on screens & surfaces.

  • 4
    Get Adequate Sleep

    Prioritize a good night's sleep, as it plays a crucial role in eye health. Lack of sleep can lead to eye fatigue and discomfort, so aim for 7-8 hours of quality sleep each night.

  • 5
    Blink Regularly

    Be mindful of blinking, especially when working on a computer or staring at screens for extended periods. Blinking helps refresh the eyes and prevents dryness.

  • 6
    Be Mindful of Allergies

    If you have allergies, manage them effectively. Allergic reactions can affect the eyes, causing redness and itchiness. Consult with an allergist or eye care professional.

Our Location

Address 844 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225, United States.

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Phone (718) 484-3760

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