Are you looking for a top-notch eye care practice where you can receive the very highest level of eye care by an expert eye doctor? If so, you will want to come to our eye care practice, Metropolitan Optical. At our highly-regarded optical practice you will receive expert Washington D.C. eye care and comprehensive eye exams by our highly trained doctor, Dr. Saba Ayalew.
At our Washington D.C. eye care practice we always stress the importance of our patients coming in for regularly-scheduled comprehensive eye exams. It is generally recommended that patients have eye exams every year; our recommendations may be adjusted depending on your current eye health, medical health and age. Once our doctor has had a chance to examine your eyes he will be able to let you know exactly how much time should elapse until your next eye exam. It is very important that patients have periodic eye exams because many eye diseases do not show obvious symptoms in the early stages. However, these same eye diseases can be causing permanent vision damage in the early stages of the disease. For this reason it is very important that patients have their periodic eye exams on a regularly-scheduled basis, ensuring that eye problems can be diagnosed and treated early. For example, if glaucoma is diagnosed and treated while still in its early stages, the patient will not need to suffer vision loss from the disease. However, if the disease is left to go unchecked, permanent vision loss will most likely occur. Unfortunately, vision lost to glaucoma cannot be restored
Patients who come to Metropolitan Optical benefit from our thorough and accurate eye exams. During the first part of our eye exam our doctor will check your refractive vision. If it is determined that you have any problems with nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism our doctor will be able to write a lens prescription for you so that you will be able to see clearly and crisply once again. During the course of the eye exam you will be screened for many eye diseases including: cataracts; glaucoma; macular degeneration; retinal tears; diabetic retinopathy; and other problems of the macula, retina, and cornea. If you would like to come into our optical practice for exemplary Washington D.C. eye care, contact us today for an appointment.