Optometrists


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Only about half of the U.S. population gets regular eye exams. It’s important to keep up with your eye health, especially since 84% of people rate vision as the most important of the five senses. In order to find the best optometrist, you have to get clear on your specific needs. Whether you’re due for a new contact lens or glasses prescription, or just need a routine eye exam, finding the best optometrist near you doesn’t have to be a drag. Find and book an optometry appointment today using trusted recommendations from people in your neighborhood.

What is the difference between an optometrist and an ophthalmologist?

An optometrist performs routine eye examinations (and is not a medical doctor) while an ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who specializes in all facets of eye care including diagnosis, management, and surgery of ocular issues.

What can optometrists diagnose?

Optometrists take care of primary eye health concerns. This includes routine eye exams, vision tests, management of conditions like nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, prescription and fit of eyeglasses and contact lenses, and detection of diseases, injuries and disorders related to the eye. An optometrist might refer you to an ophthalmologist if they discover an issue that needs further analysis.

How do I choose a good optometrist?

Before you make an eye doctor appointment, you want to do some research. What conditions are you concerned about? Finding the best optometrist for your needs is easy with Voro. In just a few clicks, you can book an appointment with an optometrist who accepts your insurance and can see you soon.

Is an optometrist a doctor?

An optometrist is an eye doctor, not a medical doctor. Optometrists specialize in vision and eye issues. Optometrists study for four years after college to obtain their doctor of optometry degree.

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