Welcome to Advanced Optical

Optometrists at Advanced Optical, Orlando, FL, provide some of the most amazing services in optometry, including eye examination. Eyes are very delicate parts that require frequent check-up. The routine examination enables doctors to detect eye disorders at an early stage, making treatment easier.

Some people frequent optometry clinics more often than others due to a few factors such as the history of eye diseases in the family, occupation, and age. Patients with chronic underlying conditions such as diabetes, cancer, and hypertension are at a high risk of developing eye problems. Eyeglasses wearers also visit specialists to have their eyes checked and lenses replaced.

Three Types of Eye Specialists at Advanced Optical

There are three types of specialists at our facility in Orlando, FL. They include:

  • Opticians are the technicians involved in the selling and management of eyeglasses. Unlike the other specialists, opticians do not diagnose or treat eye infections.
  • Optometrists are eye professionals who perform eye exams, diagnose eye disorders, and treat common eye problems. Optometrists also prescribe contact lenses for patients.
  • Ophthalmologists perform more complex eye procedures, including eye surgery and removal of eye cataracts. In addition, these specialists diagnose and treat eye problems.

Procedures

Optometrists perform physical and systemic examinations during your routine eye exams to check out for other prevailing conditions. Upon completion of the general examination, the eye specialist measures your visual acuity to determine your eyeglasses prescription. The clinician is also expected to check your eye pressure.

Which Tests Can You Expect During an Eye Examination?

  1. Glaucoma screening: Glaucoma is an eye-threatening disease that leads to the damage of optic nerves. Early glaucoma detection improves one's chances of treatment. 
  2. Visual acuity test: Visual acuity test is used in the evaluation of the clarity of eye vision. You will be required to read out a few letters of varying sizes from different distances each time. Each of your eyes is tested separately.
  3. Color vision testing: Most people live with color blindness unknowingly. An optometrist will require you to identify different but closely related colors dotted on cardboard.
  4. Eye muscle test: An eye muscle test is done to measure muscle responsiveness to eye movement. The test also evaluates muscle weakness and poor coordination.

Contact Us Today for a Comprehensive Eye Exam

Regular checkups help in maintaining the general well-being of your eyes. Doctors may detect eye conditions in their early stages, making treatment possible. Visit our Advanced Optical facility in Orlando, FL, to enjoy our remarkable eye care services, including cataract removal and eye treatment. For more information on our eye care services or to schedule an appointment with our eye doctor, call us today at (407) 296-2020.

Testimonials

  • Dr. Clinton Anderson and staff were very profesional and courteous. I recommend new patients that want thorough information pertaining to their eyes to visit Advanced Optical.

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Monday

9:20 am - 6:00 pm

Tuesday

9:20 am - 6:00 pm

Wednesday

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Thursday

9:20 am - 6:00 pm

Friday

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Saturday

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Sunday

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Monday
9:20 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday
9:20 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday
9:20 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday
9:20 am - 6:00 pm
Friday
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Saturday
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