An estimated one in 19 Americans suffers with poor vision or eye-related issues. At Kleiman Evangelista Eye Centers, we recommend routine eye exams to ensure early detection of ocular problems and help you maintain good eye health.


Age 5

Children need their first eye exam by the time they are 5 years old followed by screenings every 2 years.

Age 20-39

People ages 20-39 need exams if they notice a change in vision, wear corrective lenses, or if they have a family history of diabetes or glaucoma.

Age 40

Starting at age 40, patients should have eye exams every 2 years. If a noticeable change in vision occurs, seek immediate attention.

Age 65+

From age 65 on, patients should schedule annual eye exams to screen for cataracts, glaucoma and other eye-related issues.