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"I've been using him for three years. He was covered under my medical plan. Overall, he's very good. He's very nice. His office is very efficient." There's not a lot of waiting. They take you in when you are scheduled. He performs the routine eye exam to make sure everything is okay. I am very happy with them.

-Calvin C.

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"I go to him yearly. I have used him for years. He is one of my few doctors that hasn’t retired yet. I have been pleased with his service. Most of the people" at the front desk are rude, but I like everybody else in the office. I always make my appointment when I'm there, so it's never been a problem.

-Kay I.

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Ophthalmology

Quite literally meaning "the science of the eyes." ophthalmology studies the way the eye works. Ophthalmologists care for this incredibly complex and delicate part of the body and the factors that affect its health.

If you're considering cataract surgery, talk with your ophthalmologist about the options available to you. (Photo by Brandon Smith)
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Cataract removal is one of the most common surgeries in the U.S., and technology is creating a wider array of choices to consider.

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Optometrist vs. ophthalmologist? Know the difference between these two medical professionals and choose the best professional when it comes to eye care.

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A growing number of people are buying prescription glasses online. Some advice — and cautions —if you plan to browse frames and lenses sans the store.

Optometrists and ophthalmologists use a phoropter like the one shown above to determine prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses. By dilating the eyes, doctors can also find rare diseases. (Photo by Jeremy Deal)
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Blurred or lost vision may be signs of a potential eye ailment, but some rare diseases that can cause blindness can only be detected with an examination.

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This is Kyle K from Member Care. I'm happy to help!

I apologize, but eyeglasses fall under our Eye Care - Optometry which is included in the Health list. Currently, you're enrolled in our Basic membership which only includes access to our Home list.
 
If you'd like to upgrade your membership to the Plus or Premium plan, we'll be happy to assist you with this search. If interested, give us a call at 1.888.944.5478 and we'll take care of this adjustment. Again, I do apologize for any misunderstanding.
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Hi,

This is Kyle K from Member Care. I'm happy to help!

I apologize, but optometrists fall under our Eye Care category which is included in the Health list. Currently, you're enrolled in our Basic membership which only includes access to our Home list.

If you'd like to upgrade your membership to the Plus or Premium plan, we'll be happy to assist you with this search. If interested, give us a call at 1.888.944.5478 and we'll take care of this adjustment. Again, I do apologize for any misunderstanding.
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Ophthalmology reviews in Highland

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we've been going there for a couple of months. Scheduling is easy, it's close by our home, and they have a good chemistry. We haven't had any insurance issues.
- GEORGIA L.
F

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After extensive testing by my optometrist, he recommended an ophthalmologist at
Highland Ophthalmologists Provider Name Locked
. The ophthalmologist did only one test (sliding an erasure down a chalk board; asking when I could see it). He ignored the battery of tests the optometrist had sent him. I had the surgery in Topeka at their main office. I woke up during the surgery while he was still cauterizing blood
Highland Ophthalmologists Provider Name Locked
(very painful), but this was the anesthetists fault not the surgeons, although my complaints, at the time, were ignored by both. After the swelling had gone down my vision was the same as before. My eye lids drooped the same and my field of vision had not improved. At my 6 week re-check the surgeon burst into the room proclaiming how much better my eyes looked (as if he could remember after 6 weeks). In conclusion, the experience was painful and of no value to improving my eyesight. |As a side note: his breath was horrific. Very un-professional for someone whose face will be inches from his patients.
- Richard F.
B

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Wait time after check-in was brief (five minutes if that). The technician doing all the initial measures was very thorough and especially pleasant (
Highland Ophthalmologists Provider Name Locked
). Equipment they use is amazing though, since this was my first eye check, I don't know if they are the current industry standards. The doctor was also thorough and had a good bedside manner. Only thing I didn't care for: Dr
Highland Ophthalmologists Provider Name Locked
seemed pretty determined to convince me use contacts instead of the low power reading glasses I already own (store boughts) even to the point of putting one in my eye then sending me to have a discussion re: financing with his assistant. This seemed like overkill and rather presumptuous. The assistant (
Highland Ophthalmologists Provider Name Locked
) appeared neutral re: use of reading glasses vs. contacts and didn't pressure me. I appreciated that considerably.
don't misunderstand these comments, however, my experience was excellent. From check-in to check-out it was a pleasure and I felt I was getting a complete and accurate assessment. I highly recommend them. Just don't be persuaded to choose any corrective measures you don't wish to use.
- Gwendolyn B.
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I contacted
Highland Ophthalmologists Provider Name Locked
after seeing their ads that
Highland Ophthalmologists Provider Name Locked
was now available for treating both astigmatism and farsightedness, which I had. I was given a prompt appointment, within a day or two, and found the office to be very comfortable, professional and nicely appointed. There is a 3- to 5-minute video repeating constantly on a big screen TV, touting the effectiveness of the surgery for people like me, with 3-4 glowing testimonials, including how they could see perfectly right after the surgery. The staff members were all very pleasant, and gave every indication that I was a perfect candidate. However, I had the choice of having mid- to distance vision and needing reading glasses, or having mono-vision (where one eye sees distance and one eye sees close up). I made it very clear that I did not want mono-vision, because I had tried it when I wore contacts, and didn’t like it at all. I was perfectly okay with needing reading glasses for reading and computer work, but they gave every indication that I could look forward to being able to drive, enjoy the outdoors, and see the stars again without glasses.
The surgery went very quickly, but wasn’t totally painless: I have small eyes, and the implement they use to keep your eye stationary during the surgery is “one-size-fits-all,” so it felt like they were ripping my eye open to make it fit. Thankfully, that was over quickly, and the entire 10 minutes of the procedure went quickly. I was not able to see perfectly right after the surgery, as some of the people in video had gushed, but I expected it to take time to heal.
I followed their post-op instructions to the letter, but my vision never stabilized. I experienced an infection in one of my eyes, and I strongly suspect that may have prevented my eye from healing correctly. Before the surgery, I could drive without glasses. Today, I have an effective field of vision of about 4-10 feet, depending on the time of day and how many times I blink. I cannot read road signs until I am almost right up on them, and I have to use several different pairs of reading glasses, depending upon whether I am reading a book, at my computer, or just the time of day.
To say that I am frustrated and disappointed is a gross understatement. Because I could not use my computer for extended periods of time after the surgery, I had to drop one of my college classes several weeks later, and my grade in my other class suffered because I was not able to complete my online coursework on time. My work also suffered, because my difficulty in seeing my computer monitor caused me to miss a lot of errors. Although I was adamant that I did not want mono-vision, that's what I have. One eye can focus 2-5 feet, the other sees 10-25 feet clearly).
Several check-up appointments over the next 6 months confirmed that my eyes are completely healed, and what I “see” is what I get. I paid the extra amount for the lifetime guarantee that includes touch-up surgeries, but frankly, I am not willing to gamble on them operating on my eyes again. Now, I am out over $2,000, have worse vision than before, and will have to go back to wearing prescription glasses again.
I'm sure that my age (over 50) is probably a factor, although their sales pitch indicated that wouldn't be a problem at all. But if you are over 50, I would not take a gamble on this procedure, or this organization. You only get one set of eyes...
- Joy R.
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I knew immediately that I trusted him and his office staff with my visual testing and diagnosis. Dr
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performed cataract surgery on my left eye and he and his office professionals were excellent in explaining the procedure, what to expect and detailed instructions for pre-op and post-op. The surgery was totally successful in restoring vision to my eye and I will be having the right eye operated on in a week. The office environment is very professional and state of the art equipment. I would highly recommend Dr
Highland Ophthalmologists Provider Name Locked
- Cynthia J.
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Overall it's a nice experience but I think I can do better on pricing by shopping around. My wife and I both got new glasses and the cost was close to $500 for each of us. I detest that they don't post prices of the lenses anywhere. Only the frames have prices.
- Thomas G.
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Dr. Tybor looked at my eye, got me a prescription, and had me come back the next day. Dr.
Highland Ophthalmologists Provider Name Locked
examined me that day, and sent me to a specialist. It ended up being a pretty serious condition, but they took great care of me. Both Drs. Tybor and
Highland Ophthalmologists Provider Name Locked
were super friendly and professional. Even the residents were both awesome to work with. And this comes from someone that is massively anxious about things being near my eye. I'm happy to make them my regular eye doctors now.
- Jonathan G.
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We’ve used him for years. It’s convenient, and close-by. The office staff is always good. Scheduling appointments is easy.
- Elizabeth B.

All Ophthalmologists in Highland, IL

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Advanced Eye Care Center

8790 Watson Road Suite 203

Advante Members Only

140 E 28 th St

Alban, Dr. Therese M.

12312 Olive Blvd

Amato, Dr. Josh E.

621 S New Ballas Rd

Appelman, Dr. Edward C

100 Piper Hl Dr

Apte, Dr. Rajendra S

4921 Parkview Pl

Arnold EyeCare Center

1235 Water Tower Pl

Arthur, Dr. Stella

4921 Parkview Pl

Ashwin Patel MD

2175 Kipling Ln
Highland Park

Baker, Dr. Chad R.

6663 Edwardsville Crossing Dr
Edwardsville

Belleville Optometrists Ltd

22 North Jackson St
Belleville

Berdy, Dr Greg

12990 Manchester Rd

Berdy, Dr. Gregg J.

12990 Manchester Rd

Bier, Dr. Frank J.

14037 Manchester Rd

Blatt, Dr. Andrew N.

675 Old Ballas Rd

Blinder, Dr. Kevin J

4921 Parkview Pl

Bobrow, Dr. James C.

211 N Meramec Ave

Bohigian, Dr. George M.

12990 Manchester Rd

Brawley, Craig M

12121 Tesson Fry

Breit, Sean M MD

15 The Boulevard Saint Louis

Brown, Dr. Barbara

1592 Country Club Plaza Dr

Burankosky, Dr. Mark

767 Park Ave W
Highland Park

Cadion-Crago, Dr. Kelli

852 Cambridge Blvd
O'fallon

Chicago Cornea Consultants, Ltd.

806 S Central Ave
Highland Park

Chu, Dr. Fred C.

224 S Woods Mill Rd

Clarkson Eye Care

2185 South Mason Rd

Clarkson Eye Care - 94 Crossing

6157 Mid Rivers Mall Dr

Clarkson Eye Care - Ballwin

14840 Manchester Rd Unit C

Clarkson Eye Care - Belleville

2525 Green Mt Commons Dr
Belleville

Clarkson Eye Care - Eureka

#54 The Legends Parkway

Clarkson Eye Care - Fenton

699 Gravois Bluffs Blvd

Clarkson Eye Care - Highland

12603 Illinois 143
Highland

Clarkson Eye Care - Mid Rivers

390 Mid Rivers Mall Dr

Clarkson Eye Care - Shiloh

3248 Green Mount Crossing Dr
O Fallon

Clarkson Eye Care - Town & Country Crossing

1028 Town & Country Crossing Dr

Clarkson Eye Care - Warrenton

514 Warren County Shopping Cer

Clarkson Eye Care - Washington

3071 Phoenix Center Dr

Clarkson Eye Care - Wentzville

1894 Wentzville Pkwy

Clarkson Eyecare

217 Clarkson Rd

Clarkson Eyecare

1028 Town & Country Crossing Dr

Clarkson Eyecare - Edwardsville

6663 Edwardsville Crossing Dr
Edwardsville

Cohen, Dr. Bruce H

4921 Parkview Pl

Complete

9890 Clayton road

Complete Eye Care

9890 Clayton Road

Craig, Dr. Margit G.

14858 Manchester Rd

Crane, Dr. John B

4200 RUSTY RD

Crown Vision Center

211 E Broadway
Alton

Cruz, Dr. Oscar A

1755 S Grand Blvd

David Hillman MD

767 Park Ave W
Highland Park

Davidson, Dr. Brent R

6400 Clayton Rd

Des Peres Eye Center

12990 Manchester Rd

Des Peres Hospital

2345 Dougherty Ferry Rd

Doisy, Dr. Edward

12 PROFESSIONAL PARK
Maryville

Douglas Kaplan MD

806 Central Ave
Highland Park

Dr. DELANCEY GARY W OD

113 OLD STATE RD

Dr. Melissa S Wilcox DO

6650 Chippewa St

Eagle Eye Care

633 Emerson Rd

Eidt, Dr. Steven

767 Park Ave W
Highland Park

Elliott, Dr. Lori J.

3821 Veterans Memorial Pkwy

Epstein, Dr. Randy J

806 Central Ave
Highland Park

Eye Associates of South County

111 Cliff Cave Road Ste 100

Eye Specialists - Highland Park

767 Park Ave W
Highland Park

Fada, Dr. Raymond F.

6157 Mid Rivers Mall Dr

Feibel, Dr. Robert M.

9890 Clayton Rd

Frank, Dr. Bruce S.

3889 Veterans Memorial Pkwy

Gabel, Dr. Michael G

6400 Clayton Rd

Galanis, Dr. John C.

7331 Watson Rd

Gans, Dr. Lawrence A

612 N New Ballas Rd

Gira, Dr. Joseph P

621 S New Ballas Rd

Harry Eggleston MD

633 Emerson Rd

Hendrickson, Dr. Julie

724 SAINT LOUIS RD
Collinsville

Hesemann, Dr. Nathan

612 N New Ballas Rd

Hill, Dr. Gregory A.

522 N New Ballas Rd

Hoelting, Dr. Carl R.

7335 Manchester Rd

Holekamp, Dr. Nancy M

4921 Parkview Pl

Illinois Eye Surgeons

2421 Corporate Ctr
Granite City

Image Eye Care

1120 Wolfrum Rd

James Harbour MD

4921 Parkview Pl

Jeffrey Padousis, MD

522 N New Ballas Rd

Jersey Community Hospital

400 Maple Summit Rd
Jerseyville

Joseph Frydman MD

1760 Sundrop Cir
Highland Park

Joseph, Dr. Daniel P.

1600 Brentwood Ave

Joseph, Dr. Daniel P.

1025 Maine St
Quincy

Karacal, Dr. Humeyra

10 Barnes West Dr

Katalyst Surgical, LLC

754 Goddard Ave.

Korn, Dr. Elliot L.

3009 N Ballas Rd

Kraft, Dr. Stephen E.

1150 Graham Rd

Kursar EyeCare LTD

2315 Dougherty Ferry Rd

Kursar, Dr. Gerald H

2315 Dougherty Ferry Rd

La Point, Dr. Todd OD

15 The Boulevard Saint Louis

Lakepointe Vision Center

1003 E Wesley Dr
O Fallon

Lamberg, Dr. Robert L.

699 Gravois Bluffs Blvd

Lamberg, Dr. Robert L.

1729 Clarkson Rd

LasikPlus

7840 Montgomery Road

LasikPlus Vision Center

12395 Olive Blvd

Lewis, Dr. Robert D.

12700 Southfork Rd

Lucas, Todd

3165 S Grand Blvd

M. Bruce Neil, O.D.

12395 Olive Blvd

Majmudar, Dr. Parag A

806 Central Ave
Highland Park

Malhotra, Dr. Ranjan P.

12990 Manchester Rd

Maria Rosselson MD

806 Central Ave
Highland Park

Mark Glazer MD

1110 Sheridan Rd
Highland Park

Mark Grand MD

4921 Parkview Pl

Massie, Dr. Dirk F.

4111 N Illinois St
Belleville

Matthew Thom MD

4921 Parkview Pl

Meier, Dr. Gary

415 W Main St
Belleville

Menzel, Dr. Stephen V.

699 Gravois Bluffs Blvd

Midwest Vision Care Llc

915 N Main St
Columbia

Milam Brantley MD,PHD

1009 S 42nd St
Mount Vernon

Milder, Dr. Barry D.

522 N New Ballas Rd

Morey, Dr. Kirk P.

12990 Manchester Rd

Mulqueeny, Dr. Sean

Mulqueeny Eye Centers

Murphy, Dr. Mary

108 Kenrick Plz

Pepose Vision Institute

1815 Clarkson Rd

Pepose Vision Institute

13134 Tesson Ferry Rd

Pepose, Dr. Jay S.

1815 Clarkson Rd

Pernoud Eye Institute

6680 Chippewa St

Randy Epstein MD

806 Central Ave
Highland Park

Rao, Dr. P Kumar

4921 Parkview Pl

Regional Eyecare Associates

3013 Winghaven Blvd

Retina & Vitreous Consultants

1600 S Brentwood Blvd Ste 800

Richard Dennis MD

806 Central Ave
Highland Park

Richard Sarnat MD

473 Central Ave
Highland Park

Rosen, Dr. Steve

17 Ronnie's Plz

Schmitz, Dr. Sara

2533 Woodson Rd

Shah, Dr. Gaurav K

7934 N Lindbergh Blvd

Shah, Dr. Gaurav K

4921 Parkview Pl

Sheilds, Dr. Steven

1755 S Grand Blvd

Shields, Dr. Steven M.

222 S Woods Mill Rd

Short, Dr. Howard N.

12601 Olive Blvd

Shulman, Dr. Martin M.

100 W Pitman St

Slocum, Dr. Stephen G.

222 S Woods Mill Rd

St John's Mercy Eye Care

34 Hampton Village Plz

St Johns Mercy Hospital

621 S New Ballas Rd

St Luke's Hospital

232 S Woods Mill Rd

St Lukes Hospital

224 S Woods Mill Rd

St Lukes Hospital

226 S Woods Mill Rd

Stavern, Dr. George V.

4921 Parkview Pl

Stephen F. Bowen, MD

16 Hampton Village Plz

Sullivan, Dr. Erin C.

12990 Manchester Rd

Szewczyk, Dr. Paul S.

4900 W Main St
Belleville

Tekwani Vision Center

9911 Kennerly Rd

Tekwani, Dr. Navin H.

9911 Kennerly Rd

TLC Laser Eye Centers

16305 Swingley Ridge Rd

Tsai, Dr. Linda M.

10 Barnes West Dr

Unger Eye Care

534 Edwardsville Rd
Troy

Webster Eye Care

7954 Big Bend Blvd

West County Ophthalmology

222 S Woods Mill Rd

Wexler, Dr. Stephen A MD

15 The Boulevard Saint Louis

Willman, Dr. Martin L.

4790 Executive Centre Pkwy

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