Learn About Our Plymouth Meeting Eye Care Office
Our welcoming staff has one common goal – providing you with the best vision care possible and assisting you in finding you the finest eyewear that suits your lifestyle. While many big chain stores employ sales consultants to sell you glasses or contacts, our practice is comprised of knowledgeable individuals whose primary goal is to provide you with a high level of customer service all while ensuring you get the eye care you need and deserve.
True Experts of Eye Care
Many people resort to the simple solution of purchasing glasses at a drug store or pharmacy, but it could cost them their vision.
Our optometrist is skilled at not only detecting typical refractive errors (nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism) and prescribing the proper corrective eyewear, but also finding eye diseases in their early stages. You can't get that from a convenience store. Without regularly scheduled eye examinations, you may not realize that you are suffering from an eye disease until it affects your vision and may be more difficult to treat.
Personalized Patient Care & Treatment
Refractive errors and other eye problems are common; however, not all ocular conditions are the same. At our practice, each patient is given a comprehensive eye examination, which allows our optometrist to get the whole picture of your eye health and find potential vision problems.
Only after carefully reviewing the findings of your exam, do we offer a treatment plan. If you do have a refractive error and are unsure of your options, our optometrist can help you decide between eyeglasses and contact lenses. We can also discuss the pros and cons of refractive surgery, like LASIK.
At our office, we take the time to give you the comprehensive vision treatment that you need and deserve.
A Positive Experience
At our optometry office, we concentrate on your eyes, but we don't forget about the rest of you. Our friendly and professional staff is here to ensure that your overall experience at our office is a positive one.
Don't gamble with the health of your eyes. If you are experiencing a change in your vision, pain, discomfort, or other symptoms of a potential problem, contact our optometry office immediately. If it is time for your routine eye examination, call our office today to schedule an appointment.