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Eye Care Information

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.

Anthony Serpico
Chelsea Miller
Corinne Beiersdorf
Daryl Kruse OD
Dawn Dee
Donna Brunello
Dr Andersen Optometrist
Dr Meg Richardson OD
Earl Townsend OD
Eye Ayers Care
Eye Doctor Kenosha/ Thao N Tran
Eye Thomas Care
Gregory Pierangeli
Harborside Eye Care
Herslof Optical Co
Hinson Family Vision
James Doherty
JCPenney Optical
Jennifer Dr Ayers
John E Eldridge MD SC
John Warren OD
Karapetian Raffi MD
Kwon Nae Hyon
Lehner Jr Robert MD
Monica Denny
My Eye Xpert
New Vista Eyecare
Sears Optical
Stein Optical
Peter Vlasis
Racine Optical Co
Raja Sharath MD
Retina and Vitreous Consultants
Robert Bower OD
Ryan Socwell
Saidyed Rahnuma OD
Sakulsom Jirasan OD
Savaglio Family Vision
Stephen Pruett Md Eye Center Of Kenosha
Sterling Optical
Towne Vision Center
Vision Clinic/Dr Savin and Associatesiates
W Platt MD
Walmart Vision Center
Wisconsin Retina South Carolina

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