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Are you having vision problems? You may need to visit an eye doctor or an optometrist for all of your eye care needs. Optometric services range from treating redness and irritation to identifying lazy eyes. You can also visit a surgeon for laser surgery. These are some helpful terms when dealing with an eye care professional.

  • Ophthalmology - The study of the anatomy of the eye and of the diseases that affect it. An Ophthalmologist is commonly referred to as an “eye doctor.”
  • Optometrist - A vision care specialist who performs eye tests and basic exams. They are qualified to diagnose diseases of the eye and is usually the first person you see when going to an ophthalmologist’s office.
  • Optician - Someone who is equipped to handle and fill prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses.
  • Prescription - This determines the correction that needs to be made to your vision whether you are near or far sited. This is usually what determines the thickness of the lenses you need in order to correct your vision.
  • Cataract - A cloud like substance appears over the eye and spreads, blurring and blocking the vision of it. This can be removed with
  • Lasik - This is a laser surgery performed by an Ophthalmologist surgeon after an exam and tests for certain eye problems are performed and a disease is detected. You can visit an eye care center or clinic to receive this treatment.
  • Glaucoma - A disease that affects the vision, damaging it until the eye is completely blind. Can be treated, but damage already done can be permanent.
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    American Optometric Association
    Saint Louis, MO 63141
    If you're looking for the most professional and reliable eye doctors in your area, you can find them through our association. We are committed to furthering the field of optometry with excellent eye doctors.
     
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    Michael M Monson Optometrist
    1240 Dewey Blvd Ste A, Butte, MT 59701
    (406) 494-2222
    Anthony L Baumgarther DR
    800 Sampson St, Butte, MT 59701
    (406) 494-1700
    Daniel J Farren Optometrist
    2410 Amherst Ave, Butte, MT 59701
    (406) 494-3336
    Brandt Dennehy DR
    2410 Amherst Ave Stop 1, Butte, MT 59701
    (406) 494-6692
    David G Vainio Optometrist
    1313 Harrison Ave, Butte, MT 59701
    (406) 782-2359
    American Eyecare
    1313 Harrison Ave, Butte, MT 59701
    (406) 782-2359
    Kristopher Sherrill OD
    3417 Busch St, Butte, MT 59701
    (406) 494-3145
    Thomas E Yochem OD Optmtrst
    112 W 3rd St, Anaconda, MT 59711
    (406) 563-5141
    Anaconda Eyecare PLLC
    112 W 3rd St, Anaconda, MT 59711
    (406) 563-5141
    American Eyecare
    100 W Park Ave, Anaconda, MT 59711
    (406) 563-6471
    American Eyecare
    513 Main St Ste 1, Deer Lodge, MT 59722
    (406) 846-2854
    Elkhorn Vision Center
    12 Old Montana State Hwy, Clancy, MT 59634
    (406) 442-2020
    R M S Management Services
    36 S Last Chance Gulch Ste A, Helena, MT 59601
    (406) 443-1160
    Diane M Gray Optometrist
    534 N Last Chance Gulch, Helena, MT 59601
    (406) 442-6814
    Helena Vision Center PC
    534 N Last Chance Gulch Ste 1, Helena, MT 59601
    (406) 442-6814


    Eye doctors are physicians, laser surgery, optometrist and routine eye exam specialists that generally assist people with their eye care needs. This article was written to aid consumers in finding and choosing the best possible eye treatment dr in their neck of the woods. This process typically begins with your current needs an whether or not you're afflicted with any red irritated eye symptoms, swollen eye lids, twitching, bloodshot watery eyes, lazy eyes or vision problems. If you already know the answer to this, then you're well on your way. Get exams with your family optometric physicians eye doctor if your having vision problems, tears, infection irritation or if you need a new pare of glasses. Start by directing your focus to the World Wide Web. The Internet is probably the greatest source currently available for finding businesses and acquiring company background information. Therefore you should use cyberspace to your best advantage. Get advanced advices from professional associates. Dig up a little information on local eye doctors and optometrists you come across. Fond out how long they've been practicing professionally and if they're affiliated with anyone else. Drops for dry eyes, left, eye strain, sun glasses for bright lights or lasik surgery. More than likely each physician, eye surgery specialist or eye dr will offer an official website advertising their business or practice. You can scour the site for contact details such as an email address or telephone number. Get some advice from eye centers for wear or strain, disorders to prevent disease. Upgrade from glasses to contacts. Don't hesitate to use one or the other to contact them and make any inquiries you choose. If some information regarding laser surgery, swollen eye treatment, routine exams or other common problems is not offered on the official website, then you need to find out more speaking with them directly. Never be afraid to request information on their professional business references as well.
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