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Important Optometry Terms

Optometrists are important medical doctors that play a significant role in eye health. Doctors of optometry encourage healthy sight and eye care in children and adults. If you find that you need to use the services of one of these professionals, here is a list of important key terms that you should be familiar with.

  • OD – This stands for oculus doctor, the degree that these professionals attain when they receive their medical license. It is awarded after an intensive 4 year postgraduate degree program. If a physician has OD after his or her name, you know that they have the required education needed to assist you.
  • Opticians – This specialist fills prescriptions for eyeglasses. They do not perform tests, but rather make and dispense eyeglasses and contacts.
  • Phoropter – This is an medical instrument used by optometrists and ophthalmologists to test your vision. It contains multiple lenses used for refraction. This measures the patient’s refractive error and can also determine the prescription that the patient needs. A patient will look through the phoropter at a chart that contains letters. The physician examines the results and uses the patient’s feedback to determine what settings are most helpful.
  • Astigmatism – This is a very common sight disorder in which an unequal refraction of light across causes the patient to see blurry and distorted images.
  • Hyperopia – Known as far-sightedness, this is a condition in which light coming into the line of sight is focused behind the retina. This makes it difficult to focus on close up images. The cornea being flat or being too short often causes this.
  • Myopia – Known as near-sightedness, this condition occurs when any light that comes in is focused short of the retina. Images that are far away appear blurry and distorted. This is a common genetic condition.
    American Optometric Association
    Saint Louis, MO 63141
    Caring for your eyes is a serious matter, so make sure your optometrist is the perfect person to suit your needs. Check our association's directory to find the most referred OD in your local area.
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    Epic Eyecare
    1138 Beltline Rd, Ste 230, Garland, TX 75040
    Our goal is to provide the best service with the highest level of professionalism to each one of our patients. We strive to build long lasting relationships with our patients. Visit us for your eye care needs.
    (972) 268-7938
    Garland Family Eye Care
    3046 Lavon Dr., Suite 130, Garland, TX 75040
    We offer total comprehensive eye care services including complete eye examinations and emergency eye care as well as the diagnosis and treatment of many eye conditions.
    (972) 495-8998
    3417 Spectrum Blvd, Richardson, TX 75082
    http://www.eyeandvision.net best Eye doctor,ophthalmologist, optometrist richardson, Allergies Richardson TX - Richardson TX Contacts - Contacts Lenses Richardson TX - Voted BEST of Richardson
    (972) 423-3937
    P. Jyothi, O.D.
    8989 Skillman St, Dallas, TX 75243
    Get a comprehensive eye exam that will determine the overall health of your eyes. Contact P. Jyothi, O.D. at (469) 312-0034 when looking for an optometrist in Dallas, TX.
    (469) 312-0034
    Vision Source Mesquite
    2411 N Galloway Ave Ste 116, Mesquite, TX 75150
    We are at the highest level of optometry, specializing in the treatment and management of glaucoma, dry eye syndrome and contact lens fittings. We also offer presbyopic corneal molding.
    (972) 613-3937
    Trinh Q Phan OD PA
    5302 N Garland Ave, Garland, TX 75040
    (214) 703-8608
    DR Patel
    5150 N Garland Ave, Garland, TX 75040
    (214) 703-0898
    Focused Eye Care
    3121 N President George Bush Hwy Ste 101, Garland, TX 75040
    (972) 495-7772
    1130 Belt Line Rd, Garland, TX 75040
    (972) 495-3997
    485 Cedar Sage Dr, Garland, TX 75040
    (972) 530-2700
    Vision Source
    3385 Naaman School Rd, Garland, TX 75040
    (972) 496-2020
    Steve Le & Associates MD
    5302 N Garland Ave, Garland, TX 75040
    (972) 675-2125
    DR Tran Eye Clinic
    5301 N Garland Ave, Garland, TX 75040
    (214) 703-9188
    Morgan Vision Center DR Dl Morgan
    1456 Belt Line Rd Ste 129, Garland, TX 75044
    (214) 227-4342
    Stendig Elliot OD PC
    1821 Old Mill Run, Garland, TX 75042
    (972) 494-2020

    Optometrists, or doctors of optometry (ODs), are doctors that diagnose and treat eye problems and diseases. They can also prescribe glasses and contact lenses for vision problems or even medication for infections. Some specialize in pediatric eye care, but most optometrists offer services for all ages. Optometrists are different from ophthalmologists, which are doctors of medicine (MDs). Optometrists can provide primary eye care, such as exams and diagnoses, but they cannot perform invasive medical or major surgery, such as laser vision correction. Optometrists can treat patients with astigmatisms, cataracts, and glaucoma. Tests can help assess color and depth perception in patients and even target vision problems. A minor surgery may be done in an office by an optometrist. Optometrists can also prescribe and fit people for glasses, and often have a wide range of glasses and contact lenses for sale within their office. Patients can make an appointment to get fitted for glasses, have a vision exam, or choose new contacts. The practice of optometry is nothing new. In fact, it has been a profession for hundreds of years. However, the first optometry schools in the United States were not established until the early 1900s. Regulations regarding practice have evolved over the years, but ODs must obtain a bachelor's degree, then complete special schooling for a license. Some optometrists own their own businesses and offer family care. Others operate within a private clinic. Many have subspecialties, such as vision therapy or pediatric care. Patients looking for a new optometrist or specialist can check with their insurance company for covered doctors or check listings online to find one located in their community.
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