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Eye Care

There are a multitude of reasons why someone would visit an eye care professional. Optometrists specialize in dealing with glasses and contacts as well as identifying any problems that may be affecting the eye, including lazy and twitching eyes. The following are questions to consider asking an eye care professional when visiting.

  • Are there alternatives to the treatment for my infection?
    For infections such as pink eye, most doctors would recommend either a topical cream or eye drops. In most cases, people don’t like to apply the cream so they opt for the drops. Different kinds of drops treat a variety of uses, such as tear drops for dry eyes.

  • Are contact lenses right for me?
    Some people’s eyes are irritated by contact lenses. IT can cause problems such as redness, irritation because they won’t stay centered, or they could just fall out. Unfortunately, there’s no real way to know without trying, so you may need to pay your optometrist an extra visit to get prescription lenses for glasses.

  • Is it safe/ worthwhile to have laser eye surgery?
    Some people’s vision isn’t bad enough to have laser eye surgery, so it might not be worth the risk. Make sure to visit your doctor and have a proper examination first before deciding. Laser surgery is a lot safer today that it was just a few years ago, but there are always risks associated with surgery of any kind.

  • Can my prescription change?
    The simple answer to this is yes. People’s eyesight naturally decays, so it’s important to get regular exams, especially if you notice your vision declining. An optometrist will adjust your prescription accordingly during your visit.
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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   EYE-CARE IN/NEAR COLUMBIA
    Batek Family Eye Care
    1 review: *****
    405 Court St, Fulton, MO 65251
    (573) 642-5995 Write review for this local business

    "I have only been a patient for 2 years but every time I've been in I've gotten nothing but wonderful service. From the minute you walk in the door they make you feel like you are welcome and an old friend. Dr. Sharon is fantastic, she is very professional, polite, and helpful. The other girls in the office are knowledgable of thier job and very helpful also. You know you're always going to g ..."
    L D Schoengarth MD Write review for this local business
    3612 Arbor Ct, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 474-2020  
    Jeff D Birdsong OD Write review for this local business
    401 Locust St Ste 200, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 449-4356  
    Jennings Eye Associates - Vision Source Write review for this local business
    305 N Keene St Ste 205, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 499-9949  
    Christopher J Derose OD Write review for this local business
    500 N Keene St Ste 103, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 874-2030  
    Eyecare of Columbia Write review for this local business
    401 Locust St Ste 200, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 449-4356  
    K C Mace Ph.D. Write review for this local business
    1316 Old 63 S Ste 101, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 442-9255  
    Columbia Eyewear LTD Write review for this local business
    500 N Keene St Ste 103, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 874-2060  
    America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses Write review for this local business
    1205 Grindstone Pkwy Ste 113, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 442-5725  
    James E Gamble OD Write review for this local business
    500 N Keene St Ste 103, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 874-2030  
    Mitchell M Lotfin OD Write review for this local business
    1 Hospital Dr, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 882-8470  
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    1201 Grindstone Pkwy, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 442-5725  
    University Physicians Write review for this local business
    1 Hospital Dr, Columbia, MO 65201
    (573) 884-7710  
    Mitchell M Loftin OD Write review for this local business
    316 University Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
    (573) 882-8470  
    Sahba OD Jalali Optometrist Write review for this local business
    2011 Corona Rd Ste 201, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 447-2020  
    Eye Gallery Write review for this local business
    3301 W Broadway Business Park Ct Ste E, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 446-1600  
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    2901 W. Broadway, Ste 101,, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 447-2009  
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    1400 Forum Blvd Ste 14, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 446-0331  
    Robert J Sutter OD Write review for this local business
    3215 S Providence Rd Ste C, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 442-7528  
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    108 E Green Meadows Rd Ste 8, Columbia, MO 65203
    (573) 875-5900  
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    2101 W Broadway Ste G, Columbia, MO 65203
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    Patients will come in contact with a few different levels of professionals when it comes to obtaining quality eye care. The first person customers will likely encounter is the receptionist, who can take phone calls, set up appointments, and advise on insurance coverage. He or she will likely convey the first impression of the business, so courteous behavior and happy demeanor is important for this position.

    Another professional operating within this industry is the optometrist, optician, or ophthalmologist. He or she may be a doctor. If so, he or she can perform laser eye surgery for lazy eyes and twitching, among others things, such as fittings for glasses and contacts, or exams. The professional you deal with may also treat irritated infections, perform exams, prescribe drops and artificial tears for dry eyes.

    Patients may also come into contact with physician's assistants and nurses who also help out within the office. Schooling pertaining to the professional's exact needs is required. For instance, ophthalmologists are doctors that must have a medical degree in order to prescribe medication and perform surgery. Eye care professionals must also have many years of experience in the field, often apprenticing for some time before striking out on their own.

    Services offered by eye care professionals may include laser surgery, treatments for conditions, such as lazy eyes, and prescriptions for contact lenses and glasses. Some patients may have chronic problems with their vision, while others only need to see the optometrist once a year for check-ups and exams. Some centers specialize in pediatric care, while others focus on adults.

    The main focus of eye care professionals is to provide a range of care for patients in regards to the eye and related systems.



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