Eye Care for Seniors

Serving Naperville and Surrounding areas since 2012

If you are over 60 years old, you should have an eye exam every year.

These exams are even more important if you have high blood pressure, diabetes or a family history of eye disease. 

Vision problems may develop with no physical symptoms until they’re quite advanced

The best chance to safe-guard your vision is to detect issues early with regular eye examinations. 

Time for an Eye-Exam?

Looking for a place to get an Eye-Exam near you?

We've got your covered, get a comprehensive Eye-Exam.

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SENIOR EYE-EXAM SPECIALS

SENIOR EYE CARE

Dr Sirohi enjoy seeing patients of all ages, and have helped many adults and kids with early detection of health issues. 

CONVENIENT LOCATION

We are conveniently located in the shopping plaza on Gartner & Washington, right next to Casey's foods and Trader Joe's.

EYE-EXAMS FOR SENIORS

Early detection and expert treatment are key. When vision problems are caught early, they often can be fixed or prevented. 

DON'T HAVE VISION INSURANCE?

NO WORRIES!

Take advantage of our discounted out-of-pocket cost for Eye-Exams and additional services. 

Nobody likes hidden fees, we have upfront pricing so there are no surprises

Seniors (60+)

Eye-Exam

Dilation

Follow-up Visit

Contact Lens Evaluation

Included

+$45*

Included

$70

*Toric, Multifocal or Rigid Lenses

+$65*

or

*Includes CL Fitting & Trials

What to Expect at an Eye Exam

Doctor will review your personal and family health history for hereditary problems of eye disease, diabetes, high blood pressure or poor vision. Then your doctor will conduct tests to check for:

  • Side (peripheral) vision - The doctor will move an object at the edge of your field of vision to make sure you can see it.
     

  • Pupil response to light - The doctor will shine a light in your eye and watch the pupil's reaction.
     

  • Color testing - The doctor will ask you to describe figures in a series of illustrations made up of numerous colored dots or circles. This tests your ability to differentiate colors.

  • Vision - While you look at an eye chart, the doctor will measure your vision precise.
     

  • Coordination of eye muscles - The doctor will move a light in a set pattern to test your ability to use both eyes together.

  • Eyelid health and function - The doctor will examine your eyelid, inside and out.
     

  • The interior and back of the eye - After dilating your eyes (by both using a few eye drops and dimming the lights so the pupils will widen), the doctor will use a special instrument called an ophthalmoscope to see through to the retina and optic nerve at the back of the eye. This is where clues to many eye diseases first show up.
     

  • Measurement of fluid pressure - The doctor will release a puff of air onto your eye using an instrument called a tonometer.  This tests the pressure inside the eye, an early indicator of glaucoma and other diseases.

Common Changes with your vision as you get older

  • Need for More Light Brighter lighting will help make reading and other tasks easier.
     

  • Noticeable Glare Changes within your eye’s lens causes light to be more scattered, which creates more glare.
     

  • Color Shifts Lenses can become discolored, making it harder to distinguish between certain shades of colors.
     

  • Reduced Tear Production With age, the tear glands in your eyes will produce fewer tears. Keep artificial tears on hand.

Common vision problems to look out for as you age

  • Cataracts Clouding leads to blurred vision. More than half of all Americans older than 65 have cataracts, but the surgery is one of the most common and successful medical procedures in the world.
     

  • Glaucoma As fluid pressure builds up inside the eye, glaucoma can cause permanent blindness if left untreated.
     

  • Age-Related Macular Degeneration Affects your central vision, including color and fine detail. Symptoms include perceived distortion of straight lines.

Please use the form below to schedule your appointment, or to ask any questions you might have. You can also reach us at (630) 210-8660. We are generally able to respond to any inquiries within the same or next business day.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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Real Patients, Real Satisfaction

" I love this place!! This is the best eye doctor/clinic I have ever been to. Everyone is so friendly and they truly take the time to help you. My overall experience here tops any experience I have had at other dentists, eye doctors, and primary car providers"

★★★★★

- Karla A, Google Reviews

" This is why I continue to shop local. Dr. Pranali Sirohi is so friendly and up to date on the latest eye wear and care. I love the idea that they are an environmentally aware business meaning they are paper free. If you're looking for an eye doctor, The Eye World is worth considering. "

★★★★★

- Nicki Anderson, Google Reviews

" This was my first visit at The Eye World and I had the best experience. This was the first time my prescription was right the very first time. The Optometrist was the most knowledgeable I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. I have referred family and friends and I will definitely be a lifetime patient.. "

★★★★★

- Sharon Edwards, Google Reviews

WE ACCEPT MOST VISION INSURANCES

We've got you covered so that you won't lose out on your benefits before they expire. From prescription glasses to sunglasses, from contact lenses to even  eye exams, using your insurance benefits has never been easier.

If you do not see your insurance listed, do not be discouraged. There are hundreds of insurance plans that we accept.

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