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Eye Care Information

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The Eye

Eye care is important to maintain your vision and regular visits to your doctor can help you protect and preserve your eyesight.

Optometry: Examining the eyes for defects of vision and eye disorders using appropriate instruments in order to prescribe corrective lenses or other treatment.

Ophthalmologist: A doctor who specializes in dealing with the anatomy, function and diseases of the eye. Ophthalmologists prescribe and fit eyeglasses and contact lenses. They also may treat eye diseases with drugs and surgery.

Doctors of Optometry: Optometrist are primary health care professionals for the eye. Optometrist examine, diagnose, treat, and manage diseases, injuries, and disorders of the eye, and identify related systemic conditions affecting the eye.

Amy Langford
Amy Sullivan
Anderson and Nutt
JM Andersen
Andrea Keele
Annette Manion OD
Ashley Rone
Awad Elias
Barb Elliott MD
Borden Renae
Brent Parsons
Brian Stephens OD
Brookside Eye Care Center
Charles Banks OD
Christie Bartimus
Christine Shrak
Clifford Holt
Daniel Smith MD
David Fritz OD
David Gritz MD
David Littlefield
David Lyon MD
David Rusch
David Russell
Dawn Bircher
Dekeyser Dirck
Donnelly Patrick MD
Dustin Honeyman
Epic Vision
Eye Foster Care
EyeMasters Doctor Of Optometry
Fairway Eye Center
Family Hunter Vision
Gerson Jeffry
Ginger Cline
Gregory Besler
Hakan Mel and Ro OD
Heart Of America Eyecare
Heather Swarengin
Invision Eyewear
James Gehrke
Jane Gillogly
Jason Pingel
Jeffrey Grimes
Jeffrey Harter
Jeffrey Smith
Jill McNaughton
Jingle Networks
John Davis
John Richards
Jordan Keith
Joseph Maino
Justin Davenport
Kansas City Eye Clinic
Kansas City Ophthalmic
Karen Gehrs
Karen Stephens
Kc Eye Specialist Optical Goods
Kimberly Swan

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