Glaucoma Screening

Glaucoma Screening

Comprehensive dilated pupil eye examination. People who are at risk for glaucoma should make sure to schedule a dilated pupil eye exam every year or two at the very least. If you notice any changes in your peripheral vision, or side vision, you should schedule an appointment with an ophthalmologist to get your eyes checked as soon as possible. A comprehensive eye exam to help diagnose glaucoma may include tests such as pupil dilation, Tonometry, Pachymetry, Gonioscopy, Ophthalmoscopy, optic nerve imaging, visual acuity testing, and visual field testing.