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The most important thing is that your diabetes is under control at the time of your vision exam. If your blood sugar is fluctuating your vision is also fluctuating. That would not be the time to get a dependable refraction to determine your vision needs.
It is important that you have yearly dilated vision exams and monitor any changes in your eyes. We not only care for your vision, we also monitor the health of the retina and macular. After your dilated exam, our doctor will contact your primary care physician with the results. By working closely with your personal physician we assure the best continuity of care.
Sudden changes in your vision may indicate that a visit to see your primary care physician is warranted to make sure your diabetes is still under control. Our doctor will need to know your medications and A1C to better understand your personal needs.
Call today to schedule your yearly comprehensive eye exam at Choice Eye Care 630-969-2020
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