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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.

Beth Kolk
Callie Enyart
Callie Maursetter OD
Callie Maursetter
Christopher Dr. Schanel
Contact Lens and Optical Center
David James
David James
David May OD
Deanne Funkhouser
Debbie Veenstra
Dr. David Dorsey
Essential Family Vision Care
Eugene Cropp OD
Glanville Eye Care
Haferman Brady
Health Dean System
Isthmus Eye Care Sc
Jack's Vision
James David
Jill Germain
John Dabel
Kelsey Barnes
Lifetime Eyecare Center
Marc Webb
Mary Magee MD
Matthew Johnson
Melissa Terrill
Nelson Davis and Assoc Inc
New Horizons Vision Therapy
Peter Andreakos OD
Richard Wright OD
Robert Heyden OD
Tami Hunt OD
Tanya Webster
Target Optical
The Lasik Vision Institute LLC
Thomas Steinaauer
Timothy Schwefel OD
Tinker Deb
TLC Laser Eye Centers
TLC Vision
Todd Zarwell OD
Trevor Baldwin
University of Wisconsin
Vanden Boom Valerie
Veire Evan
Victor Connors
Vincent Facchiano
Vision May Center
Vision Source
Vision Wright Care
William Weiler
Wisconsin Vision

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