Comprehensive Eye Exam

Visioncare Associates

B.G. Shily, O.D.

Specialty Contact Lens Practice located in Beverly Hills, CA

No matter your age, whether you wear glasses or contact lenses, you should have a comprehensive eye exam every year. B.G. Shily, OD, at Visioncare Assoicate, a specialty contact lens practice, in Beverly Hills, California would like to enhance and provide you the highest quality eye care services and ophthalmic products with the latest state-of-the-art-diagnostic instrumentation in a compassionate patient-centered environment. Please, call our office or use the online booking button to schedule a consultation to understand how the latest techniques ophthalmic products can help you see better. See well, be well…

Comprehensive Eye Exam

Concerned about Astigmatism, Take the Astigmatism Eye Test below:

You can try the following at home:

1. If you wear glasses or contact lenses, put them on.

2. Sit about 35 cm (14 inches) away from your computer screen.

3. Look at the chart with your hand covering one eye. How do the lines appear? Are they all equally clear and sharp?

4. Follow these steps again to test the other eye.

What do your results mean?

If you do not have astigmatism, the lines should appear sharply focused and equally dark. You may have astigmatism if some set of lines appear sharp and dark, while others are blurred and lighter.



Concerned about Macular Degeneration, take this test:

  1. Tape this page at eye level where light is consistent and without glare.
  2. Put on reading glasses or contacts and cover one eye.
  3. Fix your gaze on the center black dot.
  4. Keeping your gaze fixed, try to see if any lines are distorted or missing.
  5. Mark the defect on the chart.
  7. If the distortion is new or has worsened, arrange to see your eye doctor at once.
  8. Always keep the Amsler's Chart the same distance from your eyes each time you test.

To learn more about the benefits of comprehensive eye exams and detection of visual problems, such as, nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and age-related presbyopia and the detection of eye health problems such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, dry eyes and eye infections. For more information on the following topics, please click the following links: