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Myth: You don’t need regular eye exams if you don’t have any obvious vision problems.
Reality:Routine eye exams are essential, says Sumers, because many serious conditions involving the eyes don't cause symptoms. In many cases, the only way to know there is a problem is with an eye exam. "The general rule is to visit the ophthalmologist every two years," Sumers says. "People typically develop problems like glaucoma, for example, after the age of 40, and you may not have any symptoms until you lose your vision. Early diagnosis and treatment prevents blindness." And eye exams should happen more frequently as you age. Anyone age 65 or older should have a yearly exam, notes Trennda L. Rittenbach, OD, a doctor of optometry with the U.S.
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