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People who go into an eye care facility are usually doing so because they are having an irritating problem with their vision. Whether it is blurred vision, a twitching eye, or even a lazy eye, examination and treatment from an eye care professional will always help and these are some basic terms used when dealing with one.

  • Conjunctivitis – This eye infection, also known as pink eye, can be treated in a couple of different ways. It can either have a topical cream applied under the eyelid or eye drops can be used. The infection causes swelling, irritation, dryness, and other problematic symptoms.
  • Irritated Eye – This is usually caused by dryness and can be fixed with tear drops or special lubricant drops. There can be a multitude of causes, though, so be sure to visit a doctor if you experience this over a few days.
  • Contact Lenses – An alternative to glasses, contacts are discreet, eyeball sized lenses that are place over the center of your eye and produce the same result as glasses as they are also made to a specific prescription.
  • Prescription – This is determined by an ophthalmologist or qualified optometrist in order to identify the vision corrections that need to be made in the patient.
  • Optometrist – An optometrist is someone who performs basic eye exams and reports the results to the doctor who will treat you afterwards.
  • Lasik Surgery – An eye surgery using lasers that is supposed to correct the vision of the patient. While the operation is relatively safe, if the patient’s vision isn’t terrible, then they might not want to risk undergoing laser surgery.
    National Eye Institute
    Bethesda, MD 20892
    Our eye care association is dedicated to advocacy and providing solutions and resources for various conditions. Find the services or information you need from our many members nationwide.
    American Academy of Ophthalmology
    San Francisco, CA 94109
    Eye care is an important and growing medical specialty, so start your practice sooner with help from our academy of ophthalmologists. Providing the tools to teach you the latest eye care methods.
    American Optometric Association
    Saint Louis, MO 63141
    Our eye care association is committed to providing information and resources for both doctors and patients. Browse our directory of optometrists to find the doctor that best suits your eye care needs.
    National Optometric Association
    East Chicago, IL 46312
    Providing the most programs to increase eye care awareness and resources for underprivileged communities across the country. Our association is dedicated to making sure all citizens receive eye care.
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    Westbrook Vision
    9276 W Union Hills Dr Ste 102, Peoria, AZ 85382
    Our Optometrists offer full service family eye care, comprehensive eye exams, prescription glasses and contacts. If you are looking for quality eye care in Peoria AZ, you have come to the right place!
    (623) 256-0400
    Paradise Valley Eye Care
    12450 N 32nd St Ste 1, Phoenix, AZ 85032
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    (602) 485-1210
    User Review: "This eye doctor would probably be better suited for work in a lab someplace where she does not need to interact with or..." - Conrad (AZ)
    Riviera Opticare - Scottsdale
    8752 E Shea Blvd Ste 125, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    Riviera Opticare Inc is a full service eye care center for all of your contacts, eyeglass and eye care needs in the Mesa and Scottsdale areas.
    (480) 991-6432
    Camp Verde Eye Care
    522 W Finnie Flat Rd Ste K, Camp Verde, AZ 86322
    (928) 567-3330
    Southwestern Eye Center
    270 S Candy Ln, Cottonwood, AZ 86326
    (928) 634-4202
    Eye Clinic The
    401 S Calvary Way Ste D, Cottonwood, AZ 86326
    (928) 649-2600
    Prescott Valley Eye Care
    3153 N Windsong Dr, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
    (928) 771-9939
    Sheila Willems OD
    3153 N Windsong Dr, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
    (928) 771-9939
    Brian Courtright OD
    3153 N Windsong Dr, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
    (928) 771-9939
    Rummel Optical
    2517 N Great Western Dr Ste I, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
    (928) 775-4066
    3250 Gateway Blvd Ste 152, Prescott, AZ 86303
    (928) 442-2428
    Matthew Sullivan OD
    1024 Willow Creek Rd Ste E, Prescott, AZ 86301
    (928) 778-3937
    Rummel Eye Care PC
    1022 Willow Creek Rd Ste 200, Prescott, AZ 86301
    (928) 445-1341
    Granite Creek Eye Care
    720 N Montezuma St Ste C, Prescott, AZ 86301
    (928) 443-1743
    Willer Optometry
    3911 E State Route 69, Prescott, AZ 86301
    (928) 442-0707

    Quality eye care is crucial to maintaining good eyesight. Optometrists, opticians, and ophthalmologists provide care for eyes within clinical or office settings. They can advise patients on the proper way to store and wear contacts, and other ways to take good care of their eyes. Such doctors and technicians can fit customers for glasses and lenses, prescribe drops, and perform surgery, depending on the type of professional. Eye doctors, or ophthalmologists, can typically perform surgery to correct vision problems, such as lazy eyes, cataracts, dry eyes, infections, and twitching ophthalmic muscles. Opticians are not doctors, but they can fit customers for glasses and perform simple exams. They may also sell a variety of eye care accessories within a store or center, including spectacles, contacts, prescription sunglasses. Consumers can find out more about treatments, exams, and laser eye surgery and what they entail by reading up on the topic at the library or online. Then, they can visit their local optometrist to learn even more. Optometrist offices can book appointments for patients, give referrals, and outline services by qualified doctors. Whether patients have an irritated infection involving chronic tearing that needs to be treated, or a second opinion on laser eye surgery, optometrists and ophthalmologists can help. Related specialties of eye care may include surgeons, neurologists, primary care physicians, and ear, nose and throat physicians. The eyes are related to so many other systems of the body, so several sub categories can contribute to this business. Because eye doctors and physicians are trained in everything to do with the eye and related systems, they can help patients achieve the level of eye care they require.
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