eye doctor

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Synonyms for eye doctor

a medical doctor specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the eye

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By buying and wearing contact lenses without medical guidance from your eye doctor you put yourself at risk for serious, even blinding eye infections.
Those with a family history of eye disease, who require vision correction or who have high blood pressure or diabetes may need to visit a Los Angeles eye doctor for annual eye exams.
Your eye doctor will also make sure your lenses fit properly and teach you how to safely care for your lenses.
Under optimal vision plan designs, 60 percent of Americans will see their eye doctor versus 21 percent of Americans that get annual physicals.
If a child fails a vision screening, or if there is any concern of an eye or vision problem, the child should be referred for a complete eye exam by an eye doctor (ophthalmologist or optometrist).
So that the drops do not escape through a tear duct, your eye doctor may recommend that you ``occlude'' your tear duct.
Nearly One-Third of America's Children Have Never Been to the Eye Doctor
Alexander bought it from a Lancaster eye doctor who had started building it.
Until now, many patients would complain to their eye doctor that their vision wasn't quite as good as they wanted, even though they were evaluated as seeing 20/20, and the eye doctor was at a loss of what to do," said Andreas Dreher, Ph.
Eventually, I visited my eye doctor and I was relieved to find out that dry eye isn't something I just have to live with.
Hanna said Cicinelli's eye doctor cleared him to return as a patrol officer.
We're working to make sure that every child sees an eye doctor before they start school; the support of these 260 congressional candidates will be instrumental in our efforts.
His parents didn't know what was causing his light blue eyes to darken, so they took him to an eye doctor at Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite organized medicine's agreement on the importance of early detection and treatment of vision problems in children, a new study has found that pediatricians and family physicians are failing to refer large numbers of children with vision problems to the eye doctor for evaluation and treatment.