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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.

Abigail Jackson OD
Abigail Jackson
Adam Walter OD
Advanced Family Eyecare
Aksarben Eye Care
Alan Eschmann
Angie Bothwell MD
Ariann Brown
Barry Jose
Bellevue Family Eyecare Center
Bellevue Vision Clinic PC
Blake Hoffman
Carole Linn OD
Cleaver Jr Robert
Courtney Hellman MD
Dean Meyer OD
Definitive Vision
Don Krysl
Don Scont
Donald Krysl
Downtown Eyecare
Drakulich Desinee
Elkhorn Ridge Vision
Eric Ablott OD
Eric Zingler MD
Exclusively Eyecare
Frank Dozon
Frank Graf OD
Gregory Bruening
Gretna Vision Source
Heartland Eye Consultants
Cara Heliker
Jeff Brewer
Jeff Geisert
Jennifer McIntyre
Jennifer Weaver MD
Jerry Damme OD
John Goertz
John Herbolsheimer
Dr. Jose Barry
Karen Armitage
Kevin Langel OD
Kruger Jaimie
Krystal Wells
Lance Kugler MD
Larry Malashock OD
Legacy Eye Care
Lindquist Salde
Liu Sao MD
Louis Andria
Lous Andria
Lyndon Graves
Malashock Neal
Malbar Vision Centers
Manahan Eye Associates
Mark Johnston MD
Marsha Kubica
Matthew Klemke OD
Matthew Willis

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