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At Claris Vision, our affiliated eye health companies, optical shops and surgical centers provide the latest, most comprehensive, personalized vision care available in southeast New England. This includes the best, most advanced primary and specialty eye care services available to help people see, look and feel their best. We take into account your lifestyle, profession and personal preference to help you make decisions that fulfill your needs.
Primary eye care services begin with a comprehensive vision exam provided by optometrists and ophthalmologists who are trained and licensed to diagnose, treat and manage eye disease as well as determine eyeglass and contact lens prescriptions. These caregivers provide patients with a first point of contact, referrals to specialists, coordination of other aspects of medical care, as well as a lifetime of eye care. Other primary eye care services include the following:
Patient education on maintaining and promoting healthy vision
Comprehensive examinations of the visual system for patients of all ages
Examination of overall eye health as well as refraction
Performing accurate eyeglass and contact lens prescription measurements
Prescribing and fitting eyeglasses and contact lenses, using the latest technologies, materials and lens types
Screening for eye diseases and conditions like glaucoma, cataracts and macular degeneration
Recognizing eye health manifestations of underlying medical conditions
Managing how patients' health conditions and medications might affect their eyes and vision
Accurately diagnosing ocular abnormalities and treating with the appropriate therapies
Counseling and educating patients about specific eye diseases and conditions
Determining when patients require more specialized eye care, and referring them to the appropriate specialists
Coordinating care with other physicians involved in the patient's overall medical management
The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider.