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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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    Elegant Eyes Write review for this local business
    875 Broad St, Newark, NJ 07102
    (973) 622-4492  
    If your eyes are experiencing redness or irritation, twitching, or dryness, call our eye care optometry clinic for vision assistance. We provide glaucoma screening services, too.
    Eye Clinic P A Optical Boutique Newark
    1 review: *****
    155 Jefferson St, Newark, NJ 07105
    (973) 622-2020 Write review for this local business

    "Whether you have a simple problem or a complex won't be disappointed! ..."
    Gary Narkaus OD
    1 review: *****
    500 Springfield Ave, Newark, NJ 07103
    (973) 623-5825 Write review for this local business

    "Very professional office very nice people as well. Highly recommended ..."
    Newport Vision Center
    1 review: *****
    123 River Dr, Jersey City, NJ 07097
    (201) 222-3937 Write review for this local business

    "did not pick up on my astigmatism, wrote a prescription for contact lens that I cannot wear because the script was not for astigmatism. I ordered my contacts online as they were $40.00 cheaper for the 12 months. When the company called to verify the prescription, the office did not call back to verify the info I gave them was correct. I would not go back to this office. ..."
    T F Dorrity Jr OD
    1 review: *****
    500 Washington Ave, Belleville, NJ 07109
    (973) 751-2992 Write review for this local business

    "A great doctor who is gental and kind and understanding, nice to deal with. ..."
    Harold Wiener OD
    1 review: *****
    64 Ridge Rd, North Arlington, NJ 07031
    (201) 991-2211 Write review for this local business

    "Excellent service, good care, attention and very professional. Late hours appointments which for worker moms as me it's really significant! ..."
    Jeffrey Sagalow OD
    1 review: *****
    520 Westfield Ave, Elizabeth, NJ 07208
    (908) 351-2020 Write review for this local business

    "I got my glasses there and threw them to the garbage. The worse quality I ever had. Impossible to clean by any means, the color started peeling off immediately. Very bad customer service. There were rude kids inside, screaming their lungs off, disturbing the patients and the staff did nothing to impose the minimum of order and make the patients in the waiting room feel comfortable. I do no ..."
    Barnes F & Carter T Optometrists
    1 review: *****
    319 Orange Rd, Montclair, NJ 07042
    (973) 744-6466 Write review for this local business

    "I never write reviews but I read them. I felt obligated to review Barnes and Carter because of my experiences there. I've never seen Dr. Carter but have seen Dr. Barnes and just recently took my 9 year old son there for an exam and glasses. Dr. Barnes' bedside manner is horrible. He's rude, dismissive and condescending. We he came into the examination room he barely acknowledged me, no hand shake ..."
    Eye Shoppe of Hoboken Write review for this local business
    44 Newark St Ste A, Hoboken, NJ 07030
    (201) 683-4228  
    Our optometry office has an optometrist on the premises 6 days a week for eye exams, plus glaucoma and cataract screenings. Providing patients with contact lenses, designer glasses, and sunglasses.
    Family Eye Center PA
    1 review: *****
    124 Main Ave, Passaic, NJ 07055
    (973) 916-5050 Write review for this local business

    "The doctor and his staff were kind, courteous and gave me options to help me see my best. Most places in the past simply didn't spend enough time educating me on my options. The doctor and his staff gave me all of my options to help me maximize my vision. They focused on me as a person and tailored everything to my unique needs. I now have clearer vision than I have ever had before. ..."
    Vision Express Write review for this local business
    700 1st St, Harrison, NJ 07029
    (201) 842-9300  
    Ferry Eyecare A Write review for this local business
    295 Ferry St, Newark, NJ 07105
    (973) 589-8342  
    Edward S DR OD Write review for this local business
    399 Kearny Ave, Kearny, NJ 07032
    (201) 991-0026  
    Contactvision Eye Write review for this local business
    106 Ferry St, Newark, NJ 07105
    (973) 589-8085  
    Nurit Milstein OD Write review for this local business
    399 Kearny Ave, Kearny, NJ 07032
    (201) 991-0026  
    Butler Jean Louis OD Write review for this local business
    949 Broad St, Newark, NJ 07102
    (973) 623-1050  
    Pearle Vision Write review for this local business
    90 Passaic Ave, Kearny, NJ 07032
    (201) 998-2444  
    Feinstein Michael C Write review for this local business
    17 Academy St Ste 511, Newark, NJ 07102
    (973) 624-2090  
    Eye Clinic PA Write review for this local business
    2 Ferry St Ste 2, Newark, NJ 07105
    (973) 622-2020  
    Waldman Eric Write review for this local business
    8 Kearny Ave, Kearny, NJ 07032
    (201) 991-6513  
    Urban Eyes - Newark Write review for this local business
    787 Broad St, Newark, NJ 07102
    (973) 810-5540  

    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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