Comprehensive Eye Exam
Did you ever wonder the how's and why's of a doctors recommendation for a yearly eye exam? Optometrists are experts on detection and prevention of vision…
The reason that your optometrist asks for your medical history is because there are certain medical conditions that can impact your vision or be manifested in the eye. Learn more about the importance of your medical history by clicking on this eye examination infographic. Source: http://www.drzaibaqsugarland.com/679517/2013/04/11/what-to-expect-during-an-eye-exam-infographic.html
20/20 means that you are able to see on an eye chart at 20 feet that which a person with normal visual acuity can see. If you require glasses because your optometrist says you have 20/40 vision, that means you are able to discriminate characters on an eye chart at 20 feet that a person with normal acuity can see at a distance of 40 feet.
Todd Dalessandro, O.D. graduated from The Ohio State College of Optometry and completed rotations in Primary Care, Contact Lenses, Pediatrics and Disease clinics. He has a special interest in fitting contact lenses for astigmatism as well as bifocal contact lenses. He also has knowledge in laser vision correction, allergy and dry eye relief and management of vision related medical conditions.
Jocelyn Pettitt, O.D. graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry and completed a residency in Ocular Disease at the Louis Stokes VA Hospital in Cleveland. Dr. Pettitt enjoys treating general optometry with special interests in Low Vision and Ocular Disease along with managing vision related medical conditions.
Brian Kane, O.D. graduated from Indiana University Optometry School and oversees three successful optometry practices in northeastern Ohio. Comprehensive Eye Exams and management of vision related medical conditions are offered to all patients. He has strong community ties as well as holding memberships in the American Optometry Association, Ohio Optometric Association, Cleveland Sight Center Advisory Board and Independent Doctors of Optometric Care.
Family Eyecare Clinic is located in Northeastern Ohio with two locations in Willoughby and Painesville. This optometry practice accepts VSP, Eyemed, Medicare and most other insurance plans. The Eligibility & Benefit team work with every patient to understand their benefits. Medical care as well as Comprehensive Yearly Eye Exams can be scheduled by calling the helpful staff during business hours.