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    Optometrists in Mary Esther


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    Business Listing   20 20 Advantage @ J C Penney Optical - S - Mary Esther, FL - Phone: (850) 244-6505


    Business Listing   Dr Jennifer Goette - Mary Esther, FL - Phone: (850) 244-1828


    Business Listing   Eyemasters - Mary Esther, FL - Phone: (850) 664-2525


    Business Listing   Foresman Mary Dr - Mary Esther, FL - Phone: (850) 243-7519


    Business Listing   Primary Center Eye Care - Mary Esther, FL - Phone: (850) 243-2020


    Business Listing   Vision 21 - Mary Esther, FL - Phone: (850) 664-6339


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    Helpful Definition for: Optometrists


    Optometrists are healthcare professionals who provide primary vision care, ranging from sight testing and correction, to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of vision changes. Optometrists qualify to diagnose and treat eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. To practice in Mary Esther, an optometrist needs to be registered with the state board.

    Optometrists are required to complete a four-year postgraduate degree program to earn their Doctor of Optometry title in Mary Esther. Optometrists function as primary eye care providers. The scope of practice in optometry is huge in Mary Esther.

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