Complete Eye Examination
Do you take good care of your eyes?
Glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy are two leading causes of blindness. Both diseases are asymptomatic (they cause no symptoms) in their early stages. In many cases, they suddenly appear after they have progressed significantly.
Even as part of a complete physical examination or an annual checkup, a visual acuity test may be unable to detect an eye disease. KKEC offers a battery of highly sensitive examinations similar to the ones used for the brain and heart that are designed specifically to check for eye diseases.
KKEC's complete eye examination involves a precise assessment of all aspects of your eyes for early detection of diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, retinal detachment, and dry eye.
KKEC'S Complete Eye Examination is for you if:
- You have not had an eye examination for a long time.
- You are 40 years old or older.
- You work on a computer or use your mobile phone daily for many hours at a time.
- You have a family history of glaucoma.
- You have diabetes, hypertension or migraine headaches.
- You have severe myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism.
- You experience chronic eyestrain or stiff shoulders.
- You have been using contact lenses for a long time.
- You purchase your contact lenses online.
Overview of the complete eye examination
Measurement of diopters for myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism
Visual acuity test
Measurement of current visual acuity and corrected vision
Measurement of the shape and thickness of the corneal surface
Measurement of eye pressure
Medical examination for eye diseases
Complete examination of the fundus and the interior of the eye after pupil dilation
Visual field test (optional)
Examination for visual field defects
Clinics that offer a complete eye examination
An appointment is required for a complete eye examination.
Please contact us at the following toll-free number to make an appointment for a complete eye examination.
*National Health Insurance does not cover the cost of a complete eye examination.
*You can obtain the examination results on the same day.
*If any disease is detected, you may use National Health Insurance to cover the cost of related medical services from the next visit.
*A fundoscopy requires dilation of the pupils. When your pupils are dilated, you will experience light sensitivity and may experience difficulty focusing for three to four hours after the examination. Please do not operate a motor vehicle during this time and use public transport to visit our clinic.