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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.

Aaron Kerr
Advanced Eye Care
Alan Kabat OD
Alan Pressman
Alan Schaeffer
Andrew Calhoun
Andrew Krauss Mark MD
Andrew Lawton MD
Andrew Rixon
Anna Schlesselman
Barkley Douglas OD
Bart Powell
Bernard Sparks OD
Betty Harville
Bodan Burton
Brad Hines OD
C Buck OD PC
Caroline Cade OD
Carrie Hughes
Carrie Suchman
Cathy Braswell
Charles Connor
Charles Haine
Christina Smith
Christopher Lievens
Clifford Sims MD PC
David Moss OD
Davidoff Elina
Dennis Mathews
Desoto Family Vision
Doctors Of Optometry
Don Gayso
Douglas Windly
Dr. Cooper Chris
Dr. Gerstner Mike
Dr. Talley David
Dr. Watson Bill
East Memphis OPTOMETRY
Edward Kennedy OD
Edwin Schoenfeld OD
Edwin Schoenfeld OD
Elizabeth McIntosh
Erin Newman
Erin Nosel
Eye Care Center
Eye Centric
Eye Jones Care
Eye Meyer Group
Eye Specialist Association PC
Eye Tech
Eyecare and Creations
Eyecare Surgery Ctr-Southaven
Family Eye Site The
Frank Gibson
Frayser Eye Care
Mel Friedman OD
Gary Brough
Gary Nance
Gerald Eisenstatt OD
Glen Steele

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