Eye Doctors Charlotte NC

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Galen Grayson, MD
(704) 295-0001
817 E Morehead St
Charlotte, NC
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Genesis Eye Center
Specialties
Ophthalmology

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Charles A Blotnick
(704) 334-2020
2015 Randolph Rd
Charlotte, NC
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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James J Bedrick
(704) 334-2020
2015 Randolph Rd
Charlotte, NC
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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Frederick H Weidman
(704) 365-0111
135 S Sharon Amity Rd
Charlotte, NC
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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David B Greenman
(704) 375-2101
300 Billingsley Rd
Charlotte, NC
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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Thomas K Mundorf
(704) 334-3222
1718 E. Fourth St., Ste 703
Charlotte, NC
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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Galen Grayson
(704) 295-0001
817 East Morehead Street
Charlotte, NC
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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Curtis C Reeves
(704) 333-0799
824 Eastway Dr
Charlotte, NC
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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Mark L Malton
(704) 365-0555
135 S Sharon Amity Rd
Charlotte, NC
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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Lewis R Gaskin
(704) 365-0555
135 S Sharon Amity Rd
Charlotte, NC
Specialty
Ophthalmology

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Eye Doctor Types: Optician, Optometrists, Ophthalmologists

Be sure to pick the type of eye doctor that specializes in your disorder. Generally you will see an optician or optometrist first, and if there are any issues, be referred to an ophthalmologist. There are three main types of eye physicians, including:

Opticians:Optitions are professionals who fit and dispense corrective eyewear including eye glasses, contact lenses, low-vision aids, and ocular prostheses (artificial eyes). To become an optician, on emust complete several years as an apprentice or attend a college program that teaches the skills necessary to fit corrective eye wear. After this training Opticians can apply to become licensed or certified, depending on the requirements of the state or province where they practice. If you receive an eye exam at a commercial establishment that concentrates on dispensing glasses or contacts only, be sure the "optician" is a licensed professional.

Optometrists:A doctor of optometry (O.D.) can be defined as an independent primary health care provider who examines, diagnoses, treats and manages diseases and disorders of the visual system, the eye and associated structures. Services provided by optometrists include prescribing glasses and contact lenses, rehabilitating the visually impaired, and diagnosing and treating selected ocular diseases. Optometrists do not attend medical school...

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