If you are looking for a great vision practice and optical store where you can have your eyes checked, and then purchase eyeglasses or contact lenses under the same roof, you will want to come and visit us at our Walmart Vision Center of Las Vegas. Our family eye doctor in Las Vegas is able to provide vision care and vision exams for all members of the family.
Just one of our top notch optometrists is Dr. Julie Chang. When patients need to have a comprehensive eye exam, she is able to provide them with a thorough eye exam which will not only provide them with a new lens prescription, but also make sure that her patient’s eyes are free of any eye diseases or disorders. Our family eye doctor in Las Vegas can also examine your child’s eyes to make sure that your child is not experiencing any vision problems while at school. Even if your child does have a vision checkup while he or she is at school, this checkup usually only screens for distance vision. If your child is having trouble reading a book or seeing a computer screen, it will not show up in this type of eye exam at school.
Our family eye doctor in Las Vegas can provide you with a comprehensive eye exam or contact lens exam and fitting. During both of these exams your eyes will be checked for many different types of eye diseases including: cataracts; macular degeneration; diabetic retinopathy; glaucoma; retinal tears; dry eyes; and other problems of the cornea, macula, and retina. If it is determined that you need any type of advanced care, our eye doctor will be able to refer you to an expert ophthalmologist in the area who can provide you with the advanced care that you may need. Our optometrist will also check your eyes for any type of refractive errors. If it is determined that you are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism, our optometrist will be able to provide you with a lens prescription for either contact lenses or glasses. If you are getting a contact lens exam, your eyes will also be measured for the curvature of the cornea and the size of the iris. All this information is part of a contact lens prescription. Once you have your prescription in hand you will be able to choose from a tremendous selection of eyeglass frames, or purchase your contact lenses, at our vision practice.