It is highly recommended to have your pupils dilated as part of your comprehensive eye examination. Dilation allows for the evaluation and detection of diseases such as glaucoma, diabetes, cataracts, and macular degeneration. After your dilation, you will be sensitive to light and experience blurry vision, especially when reading. These effects will start to improve after about 2 hours. Our office provides sunglasses to reduce the discomfort. If it is inconvenient to get your eyes dilated on the day of your examination, we will be happy to schedule it for another time.
How often should I have an eye exam? Call 248-482-2020 to make an appointment with Optometrist Dr. Blaize to find out more.