Vision and Medical Insurance

Vision and Medical Insurance

We’ve provided several valuable resources on this site to help you better understand your healthcare coverage options, including recommendations and tips on how to maximize your eye care experiences.

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Comprehensive Eye Exams

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Did you know that your eye doctor is often able to detect diseases simply by looking inside your eyes? Diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure and even heart disease often show signs in the eyes first. An eye exam is so much more than simply evaluating vision for glasses or contacts. Your eyes are windows into your overall health. Your eye doctor will always address your vision needs and attempt to maximize your sight, but they will also...

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Full-Service Optical Boutique

Full-Service Optical Boutique

Blount County Eye Center has a full-service optical boutique in our office to care for all of your eyewear needs. Feel free to come in and browse our selection of frames and accessories. Our optical staff is committed to helping you find the eyewear that fits you! Blount County Eye Center carries a wide selection of eyewear for the entire family! Both in our optical boutique and through our online shop, we carry the top designer brands an...

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Ortho-K Lenses

Ortho-K Lenses

All light that enters your eye goes through your cornea.  It is the front surface of your eye that bends light to focus on the retina.  If the cornea is not the correct shape/power, the light entering your eye may not focus on your retina and you may not have clear vision.  Glasses and contact lenses are often needed to correct for these corneal imperfections. Corneal modification procedures and laser vision correction can reshape or alter...

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LASIK Consultations

LASIK Consultations

All light that enters your eye goes through your cornea.  It is the front surface of your eye that bends light to focus on the retina.  If the cornea is not the correct shape/power, the light entering your eye may not focus on your retina and you may not have clear vision.  Glasses and contact lenses are often needed to correct for these corneal imperfections. Corneal modification procedures and laser vision correction can reshape or alter...

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