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Why You and Your Family Need an Eye Exam Even If You See Well?

Olathe Eye Exam Is Not Just for Glasses Prescriptions

A comprehensive eye exam with one of our optometrists is much more than a vision screening or checking your prescription. An eye exam by an optometrist will check your overall eye health. A complete medical history is necessary to determine if you have any other health issues that could affect your vision.

Among the tests performed are tests to see if there are any signs of eye disease such as glaucoma or macular degeneration, which have little or no symptoms until significant damage has already occurred. With diseases such as these, it is essential to catch them early, or else the risk of losing a significant amount of sight increases dramatically.

Additionally, your overall bodily health can be detected through your eyes as well. And eye exam from our optometrists also examines the retina, cornea, blood vessels and nerves for any signs of tumors, cancer, high blood pressure, and diabetes, among other conditions that can be first detected in the eyes.

Family Eye Exams Near You

Visit us at the Walmart Vision Center. Call 913-815-8548 or request an eye exam online.


*If this is a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 and head to the nearest hospital.

Out of an abundance of caution considering the concerns surrounding the Coronavirus, we are instituting protective measures with the well-being of you and our team in mind. We will be working with one doctor and one staff member only in the office.

If you have a scheduled appointment but you have experienced a fever, cough, or shortness of breath in the preceding 48 hours, please call our office immediately so we may reschedule your appointment.

Also, if you or anyone around you has traveled in the last two weeks out of Johnson county please reschedule. Additionally, we are limiting the number of people allowed in the office at one time.

We are requesting only the patient or if the patient is a child, they may be accompanied by one adult to come to the appointments. If more than that come, we will ask that they go into our vision center inside Wal-mart.

We will continue to keep our patients’ and staff’s safety as our top priority. Thank you for your support and patience during this time!

Please note: Our Office Hours for the next 2 weeks are as follows: