If you have Diabetes, you should get a comprehensive dilated eye examination at least once a year, even if your vision is good. In its early stages, diabetic eye disease often has no symptoms. A dilated eye exam allows your ophthalmologist to examine more thoroughly the retina and optic nerve for signs of damage before you notice any change to your vision. Regularly monitoring your eyes’ health allows your ophthalmologist to begin treatment as soon as possible if signs of disease do appear.
Your vision is a window to your overall health. If you have diabetes, an annual comprehensive dilated eye examination is not just a choice; it’s a necessity. Don’t wait for symptoms to appear, as diabetic eye disease can quietly advance. A dilated eye exam with your ophthalmologist reveals what your eyes might not tell you, allowing for early detection and timely treatment. Prioritize your eye health, as it’s a vital part of your well-being.


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