Ophthalmologist in Garrettsville
At Andrews EyeCare Center, our surgeon performs cataract surgery, glaucoma surgery, Lasik surgery, plastic surgery, and a number of other procedures to prevent vision loss and ensure eye health.. Because we offer the knowledge and expertise of an ophthalmic surgeon right in our office, you’ll never need a referral to another practice when you need surgery. We offer complete eye care all under one roof.
Frequently Asked Questions About Ophthalmologists
Do ophthalmologists treat eye diseases?
Yes, ophthalmologists specialize in treating eye diseases and disorders.
When should you see an ophthalmologist?
You should see an ophthalmologist if you’re experiencing an eye care emergency, if you have sudden changes in your vision, or if you have systemic health issues that may impact your eyesight.
Is an ophthalmologist covered by medical insurance?
Yes, ophthalmologists are medical doctors and their care is likely covered by health insurance.
What is the difference between a routine eye exam and a medical eye exam?
Routine eye exams focus on assessing your vision, while medical eye exams (also known as comprehensive eye exams) evaluate your vision and your overall eye health.