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    What is an Optometrist? PDF Print E-mail Share

    Optometrist: Vision Care and Eye Care Services

    As primary eye care providers, doctors of optometry examine, diagnose, treat and manage diseases and disorders of the visual system, the eyes and associated structures as well as diagnose related systemic conditions.
    • Optometrists can diagnose and treat glaucoma
    • Optometrists can diagnose and monitor retinal changes from diabetes and blood pressure
    • Optometrists can remove foregin bodies from the eye

    Optometrists examine the internal and external structure of the eyes to diagnose eye diseases like glaucoma, cataracts and retinal disorders; systemic diseases like hypertension and diabetes; and vision conditions like nearsightednessfarsightednessastigmatism and presbyopia. They also determine the patient's ability to focus and coordinate the eyes, to judge depth and to see color accurately.

    Optometrists prescribe eyeglasses and contact lenses, low vision aids, vision therapy and medications to treat eye diseases as well as perform certain surgical procedures.
    Dr. Mago works along side of The Lighthouse for the Blind, and Prevent Blindness America as well as the Illinois Vision coalition to help get proper eyewear for those who have low vision from eye diseases such as macular degeneration or retinitis pigmentosa.

    Some complete a postgraduate one-year clinical residency like Dr. Mago to gain specialist certification.

    Optometrists may also take part in pre- and postoperative care for patients having eye surgery.  Dr. Mago participates in co-management of Lasik, make sure to ask for a consultation if thinking about laser surgery
    Dr. Mago also performs puntal occulsion for patients with dry eye.
    What is an Optician? PDF Print E-mail Share

    An Optician is an eye care professional who specializes in the design, fitting, and dispensing of eyeglasses, contact lenses, low vision aids, and prosthetic ocular devices.

    Once a patient has been seen by a doctor, the optician is responsible for answering any questions about their refractive prescription and guiding the patient in the selecting the appropriate materials and treatments to go with a frame that compliments his or her style.

    At Eye Society, we cater to the personalization of your style; our professional opticians are your designated fashionists. We believe that frame selection is more than a process; it is an art. Your face is the canvas, your features its paint and with the right frame the final picture is an expression of you.

    Reach out to Eye Society today to make a difference

    Please contact Eye Society today to discuss eyecare and eyewear needs. Glasses are more than just crafted work of plastic, metal, and science; it is a representation of your personality, fashion, and outer reflection of your inner artist. We're just here to help you find the right piece.

    24 Hour Emergency Service: Eye Society understands the importance of immediate eye care in certain situations. If you experience any of the symptoms below, it may be serious; please call the Eye Society office for an immediate evaluation or consultation at (312) 640-2405.

    Symptoms include: sudden vision loss, pain, light sensitivity, discharge, redness, flashes of light, or floaters.

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    230 East Ohio Street, Suite #120
    Chicago, IL 60611 USA

    Phone:  (312) 640-2405
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    Monday-Friday:    10am - 7pm

    Saturday:             10am - 3pm

    Sunday:               Closed


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