Eye Care Services in Portage County:
Ophthalmologist, Optometrist & Optician
Andrews Eyecare Center
1 Memory Lane, Suite 100
Garrettsville, OH 44231
Tel: 330-527-3937 | Fax: 330-527-4866
Monday | 8am - 5pm
Tuesday | 12pm - 7pm
Wednesday | Closed
Thursday | 8am - 5pm
Friday | 7am - 3pm
Saturday | Closed
Sunday | Closed
Andrews EyeCare Center offers comprehensive eye care for patients in Portage, OH and the surrounding areas. We combine years of experience and in-depth knowledge with the latest in eye care technology to provide the highest level of care. Our services include:
Comprehensive Eye Exams – Comprehensive eye exams evaluate both your vision as well as your overall eye health. These regular eye exams are important for preventive care.
Eyewear – For your convenience, we offer a wide selection of designer eyewear right in our office, including prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses, safety glasses, and contact lenses.
Emergency Eye Care – Your eye care emergency is our priority. Call our office and we’ll make room for you in our schedule so you can get the urgent care you need.
Glaucoma Treatment – We offer effective strategies to manage glaucoma and preserve your vision from further damage.
Cataract Surgery – Cataract surgery involves removing the natural lens of the eye to correct clouded vision. This procedure is safe and highly effective.
Lasik Surgery – If you suffer from astigmatism, or nearsightedness, Lasik surgery can correct these refractive errors so you can see better without glasses or contacts.
Optician Services – We have opticians on staff to help you select the perfect frames and lenses for your needs.
Ophthalmologist Services – We offer complete eye care all under one roof, which means you’ll never have to find another practice to perform eye surgery or treat an eye disorder.
Frequently Asked Questions About Vision and Eye Health
What are warning signs of eye problems?
Any changes in the appearance of your eye or your vision are causes for concern. Examples include double vision, dryness, burning, clouded vision, floaters or dark spots, difficulty focusing, changes in iris color, excessive discharge, and pain.
How can you prevent eye disease?
The best thing you can do to prevent eye disease is to have an annual comprehensive eye exam. This allows us to identify the warning signs of eye disorders and diseases in their earliest stages, which gives us the best chance to preserve your vision.
What does a normal eye exam consist of?
There are two main components of an eye exam—evaluating your vision (also called visual acuity) and assessing the health of your eyes, which involves a battery of tests.
Is an eye exam covered by insurance?
Depending on your needs and the purpose of your visit, your eye exam may be covered by your vision plan or by your health insurance.