In the Peoria area, Accent Eyes optometrists are qualified and highly experienced. A governing body licenses Peoria optometrists to offer diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment services. In this regard, they can perform all functions of ophthalmologists with an exception of the eye surgery.
One progressive area that optometrists prove to be valuable, involves vision therapy and correction. Nonsurgical-based eye care is comprehensively performed by these professionals whose objective is to ensure a patient’s vision is made better and given more meaning in life.
They understand the complex underlying issues in the eye care combined with the study of patient history, medications, concurrent medical conditions, and family genetics.
One core aspect of our optometric services for Peoria residents is the client specific needs and requirements. In an industry with numerous contemporary innovations, Accent Eyes optometrists rely on their long and hard-earned experience to focus on the patient defined conditions.
We offer support and treatment for eye disorders, vision correction, and long-term conditions. Every single service is directed at the end goal. That is our continuing mission, to restore and maintain patient sight with quality products, professional recommendations, and state of the art facilities.
Optometrists incorporate numerous additional observations during an eye exam that have to be analyzed before the treatment process begins. They look for the start of any chronic eye diseases, changes in the eye’s anatomy, such as the cornea or retina. Prescription eyewear, or medications, when necessary, are the first line treatment options in the management of the ocular-based disorders and visual acuity.
With support from our ophthalmologists, the eye examination is often conclusive and determines a corrective path. In consultation, our optometrists and ophthalmologist can discuss refractive surgery, such as LASIK, instead of eyeglasses or contact lenses. Laser assisted in situ keratomileusis is a procedure that modifies the patient’s focusing ability. This is done by reshaping the cornea, the front surface of the eye, to correct vision.
Whatever you and your family’s vision care needs are, call our optometrists and health care team at Accent Eyes for an appointment today.