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Comprehensive Vision and Eye Health Exams
Leader in Comfortable Contact Lens Fits
Specializing in Bifocal and Astigmatism Contacts
Large Selection of Frames, Safety Eyewear & Sunglasses, Children's and Sports Frames
No-Obligation Contact Lens Trial Program
Free Vision Corrective Surgery Consultation
Honoring Most Insurance Plans
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Facilities and Equipment

Retinal Digital Imaging, Scanning Laser for Glaucoma diagnosis (GDX), Visual Field Analysis
Annual eye exams are vital to maintaining your vision and overall health. Eyecare Plus offers the optomap Retinal Exam as an important part of our eye exams. The optomap Retinal Exam produces an image that is as unique as you fingerprint and provides Dr. Johnson and Dr. Barr with a wide view to look at the health of your retina. The retina is the part of your eye that captures the image of what you are looking at, similar to film in a camera.
Many eye problems can develop without you knowing. You may not even notice any change in your sight. But, diseases such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, retinal tears or detachments, and other health problems such as diabetes and high blood pressure can be seen with a thorough exam of the retina. 
An optomap Retinal Exam provides: 
    -A scan to show a healthy eye or detect disease. 
    -A view of the retina, giving your doctor a more detailed view than he/she can get by other means. 
    -The opportunity for you to view and discuss the optomap image of your eye with your doctor at the time of your exam. 
    -A permanent record for your file, which allows Dr. Johnson and Dr. Barr to view your images each year to look for changes. 
The optomap Retinal Exam is fast, easy, and comfortable for all ages. To have the exam, you simply look into the device one eye at a time and you will see a comfortable flash of light to let you know the image of your retina has been taken. The optomap image is shown immediately on a computer screen so we can review it with you. 
Please schedule your optomap Retinal Exam today!
For more information on the optomap Retinal Exam, go to the Optos website at www.optos.com
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Types of Payment Accepted

We accept Cash, Personal Checks, Debit Card, American Express, Master Card, Visa, Discover and CareCredit.
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Insurance Plans

We participate with VSP, Medicare, Davis Vision, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, United Health Care, Eyemed, Aetna, Cigna, Avesis, SVS and Tricare. Check with our staff if you have other types of coverage.
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EyeGlass Guide will help you better understand the many lens choices available to you. This on-line tool will guide you through a series of questions about you, your lifestyle and your specific eyewear needs. At the end, you'll receive eyewear suggestions specifically tailored to meet your needs. EyeGlass Guide is brought to you by Transitions.
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  • "I've been going here since 2006. They are very thorough and the staff is always professional."
    Anissa Patton / Peachtree City, GA

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