We could save 100,000+ lives each year if everyone in the US received recommended preventive care
Preventive care is focused on detection or prevention of serious diseases and medical problems. In other words, preventive care is the stuff you do to stay healthy before you become sick.
Pediatrician, Family Physician
A well-child visit is a routine medical checkup for children of all ages, typically scheduled at regular intervals throughout childhood. These visits are important for monitoring the child's growth and development, detecting and treating health issues early, administering vaccines, providing guidance on healthy living, and building a trusting relationship between the child, the parent, and the healthcare provider.
A dental exam is a routine evaluation of a person's teeth, gums, and mouth. During the exam, the dentist or dental hygienist will check for signs of tooth decay, gum disease, and other oral health issues. Regular dental exams are important for maintaining good oral health and catching any problems early on, when they are easier to treat.
Ophthalmologist, Pediatrician, PCP, Family Physician
Vision exams, also known as eye exams, are routine evaluations of a person's visual health and acuity. They involve a series of tests to assess a person's vision, eye health, and overall eye function. Regular vision exams is an important part of maintaining good eye health and preventing vision problems and eye diseases.
Dermatologist, PCP, Family Physician
Skin exams, also known as dermatological exams, are visual inspections of a person's skin, hair, and nails. The purpose of a skin exam is to identify any abnormalities or changes in the skin that could be a sign of a skin condition, such as skin cancer. Regular skin exams is an important part of maintaining good skin health and can help detect potential skin problems early on, improving the chances of successful treatment.