Eye Doctor



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Eye Doctor is the leading professional within this field. It's a doctor that not only takes care of your eyeglasses and contact lenses but also take care of all other eye related issues you may be experiencing now or back in the past. The main goal of an Eye Doctor is to correct all eye related issues such as: dry eyes, blurred vision, eye strain, pain, laser vision correction and also glaucoma. This doctor is also trained to diagnose various diseases of the eyes and visual system such as macular degeneration and meniere's disease. Most eye doctors specialize either in Optometry or Ophthalmology which specializes in the field of vision. Optometrists specialize in vision care and are the most common eye doctor in America. A Optometrist uses their expertise to correct and diagnose vision problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, presbyopia, and presbyopause related eye changes and also cataract. Optometrists completes a four-year degree from an accredited optometry institute and then spends two years getting a license.






An optometrist is a doctor who earned the Doctor of Optometry (OD) degree from an accredited college. Optometrist specializes in the field of vision and eye care, and sees patients for eye exams, treatment and possible correction of vision problems. Optometrist practices in many areas of the United States, and serves a variety of individuals, including students, family members, school teachers, health professionals and the general public. Optometrist's examine various eyes for health and vision related issues and recommend corrective eyeglasses or contact lenses for patients who cannot otherwise correct their vision problems with glasses or contact lenses. Optometrist often work together with other doctors to diagnose and treat eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts and macular degeneration, and prescribe medical glasses for their patients. The American Optometrist Association is the voice of the Optometrist community throughout the United States. Some states require that opticians have at least a master's degree in optometry, including subjects like diagnostic procedures, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, statistics, immunology, diagnostic equipment, pharmacology, radiology, diagnostic imaging, and other relevant information and study materials. To become an optician, you need to complete an accredited education level and earn an accredited degree from an accredited school or c






Eye Glasses


Eye glasses, sometimes called spectacles or glaucomas glasses, are popular vision aids, often worn by individuals to help with reading. Typically, eye glasses can be prescribed by an optometrist or ophthalmologist, who is an eye specialist. Although eye glasses do not correct vision directly, they can help to correct visual impairments such as farsightedness or nearsightedness, making tasks such as reading more difficult. In addition, eye glasses can also provide some benefits for people suffering from strabismus or eye problems, as well as those who have astigmatism or cataracts.



One type of eyeglasses is multifocal eye glasses, designed to provide two or more corrective functions. They can be adjusted to focus on one eye at a time, or to focus both eyes simultaneously. These eyeglasses are most commonly used for short periods of time, such as when studying or working on the computer. However, they can also be used on a daily basis, to treat more serious eye conditions. They are available in various styles and prescription levels. For some individuals, wearing eye glasses is considered more comfortable and even mandatory for work, while others prefer to use their eye glasses only when necessary.


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