011 - 48323232
Offers
Offers

Eye Chart

1 Item(s)

Set Descending Direction

1 Item(s)

Set Descending Direction

Eye Chart

Reading may be your obsession but what will happen if letters begin appearing bluer each day? The best response is to get a vision test. If you have preconditioned notions about these tests, this is the time to correct it. There are vision tests that will evaluate many different eye functions. These tests will evaluate you for any holes or defects in your vision field. These tests also have the ability to check how well you can make out the details at distances near and far. The vision-testing chart allows patients to control certain movements on the screen in front of them. This makes the entire test experience more interesting and fun for them. Apart from that, patients also perceive a practice as more advanced and progressive than the others do when it makes use of innovative technology.

If you fear that checks are excruciating, you may now take it easy. Eye exams will often be non-intrusive and comfortable. Many times, you just need an ophthalmologist (eye doctor) to help you in the process. Eye doctors have various methods for testing your eyesight. Let us look at the tests you can expect when you visit your doctor for an eye exam.

Visual acuity test

This test determines the clarity of your sight. You will be asked to name various letters of the alphabet that are on a projection screen or the eye test chart that are on the other side of the room. As your eyes move down the chart, the letters will gradually become smaller. You will have a separate test for each of your eyes. You will also be tested for how well you can see close up. This test is performed with a testing card that has letters printed on it. The card is similar to the vision-testing chart. The card is positioned at a normal reading distance for the test.

Eye muscle test

In this test, the muscles that control the movement of your eyes are examined. The test looks for poor coordination, poor control or weakness. The doctor will observe the movement of your eyes as you follow a light or a pen with your eyes.

Color vision testing

It is possible that you will have bad color visions and not even know it. The doctor will check your eyes for a color deficiency if you find yourself having problems identifying specific colors. To accomplish this, the doctor will present you with various dot-pattern tests that have many colors on them. If your eyes can see color properly, you will be able to easily distinguish shapes, letters and numbers from inside the patterns of dots. If you have difficulty identifying the patterns within the dots, it may mean you have a color deficiency.

Vision field test

The vision field refers to the area of everything you can see to the sides of your eyes without moving them back and forth. This is also called your peripheral vision. This test will find out if you have a problem seeing any part of your overall field of vision. This mainly involves the doctor sitting in front of you and asking you to cover one of your eyes. You look straight ahead while the doctor moves his or her hands on the side of your vision. You will indicate when you can see the doctor's hands and the number of fingers you can see.

Screening for glaucoma

This is a test to determine your interocular pressure. This is the fluid pressure within your eyes. Glaucoma is a disease that does harm to the optic nerve. This test helps your doctor to detect it. There are other things your doctor will consider when determining your risk for glaucoma. It is possible to have glaucoma if you have an eye pressure that is normal or to not have glaucoma if you have an eye pressure that is higher than average. The doctor you check your optic nerve for any indications of damage.

loader   Loading...