How often should I visit Ole-Optica to check on my spectacles?

It is generally recommended to have regular eye examinations at Ole-Optica, regardless of whether you wear spectacles or contact lenses. These eye exams help monitor your overall eye health, assess your vision, and ensure that your prescription is up to date. The frequency of these visits may vary depending on factors such as your age, eye health, and any specific vision concerns. Here are some general guidelines:

  1. Adults (ages 18-60): It is recommended to have a comprehensive eye exam every two years if you have no specific vision problems or risk factors. However, if you have certain eye conditions, chronic diseases (e.g., diabetes), or a family history of eye diseases, more frequent visits may be necessary. Additionally, if you experience any changes in your vision, eye discomfort, or other eye-related symptoms, it is important to schedule an appointment with your optician.
  2. Children and teenagers: Children should have their first comprehensive eye exam at around six months of age, followed by additional exams at age three, before starting school (around age five or six), and regularly thereafter as recommended by their optician. Children with vision issues or risk factors may require more frequent visits.
  3. Older adults (60+): As we age, the risk of certain eye conditions, such as cataracts, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration, increases. Therefore, individuals aged 60 and above should have annual eye exams or as recommended by their optician.

Remember that these are general guidelines, and Ole-Optica may recommend a different schedule based on your individual needs. If you experience any sudden changes in vision, eye pain, or other concerning symptoms, it’s essential to contact us immediately, regardless of your scheduled visits.

Regular eye examinations not only help ensure that your spectacles are providing optimal vision correction but also allow for early detection and management of any potential eye conditions or diseases.