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Comprehensive Eye CareEye Health Vision Centers provides comprehensive eye care to patients of all ages. We offer the best possible patient experience during every visit, partnering with you to make sure you receive the vision care you need without going over your budget.

It is important for both adults and children to have regular eye exams to check for potential vision issues, as well as to detect underlying medical problems. Pediatric eye exams are particularly important to identify and address vision issues early, as roughly 25 percent of school-aged children have undetected vision problems that can impact their learning ability. Children also require regular examinations as their prescriptions can change rapidly as they grow.

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Adults should see an eye doctor at least every two years, and annually after age forty, as certain eye conditions become more common with age. Since many eye diseases have few or no symptoms until the disease has progressed, regular eye examinations are important to detect, diagnose and treat these conditions early. Your doctor may recommend more frequent exams if you have a health condition such as diabetes or high blood pressure, work in a visually demanding job, or take medications that can affect your eyesight. However regular annual exams are especially important if you have risk factors or a family history of eye problems, and are critical in the early detection of:

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Eye Care Center

Comprehensive Eye CareEye Health Vision Centers provides comprehensive eye care to patients of all ages. We offer the best possible patient experience during every visit, partnering with you to make sure you receive the vision care you need without going over your budget.

It is important for both adults and children to have regular eye exams to check for potential vision issues, as well as to detect underlying medical problems. Pediatric eye exams are particularly important to identify and address vision issues early, as roughly 25 percent of school-aged children have undetected vision problems that can impact their learning ability. Children also require regular examinations as their prescriptions can change rapidly as they grow.

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Adults should see an eye doctor at least every two years, and annually after age forty, as certain eye conditions become more common with age. Since many eye diseases have few or no symptoms until the disease has progressed, regular eye examinations are important to detect, diagnose and treat these conditions early. Your doctor may recommend more frequent exams if you have a health condition such as diabetes or high blood pressure, work in a visually demanding job, or take medications that can affect your eyesight. However regular annual exams are especially important if you have risk factors or a family history of eye problems, and are critical in the early detection of:

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The Greater New Bedford Surgical and Laser Center

The Greater New Bedford Surgical and Laser Center was opened in 1986 with the express purpose of rendering high quality, state of the art eye surgery to patients of all ages, especially those with cataracts, glaucoma, or cornea disease. The Center is designed specifically with the needs of the patient in mind. The entire process from initial examination to final outcome is conducted in a pleasant comfortable environment.

After a patient decides to have surgery, he or she is assigned his or her own Surgical Counselor who is available to answer questions and provide assistance. These individuals are specially trained to assist the patient throughout the entire surgical experience, including follow up care for as long as necessary. Patients are encouraged to contact their counselor for any questions, no matter how simple or complex.

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51 State Road (Route 6), Dartmouth, MA

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70 Huttleston Avenue (Route 6)
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933 Pleasant Street (Flint Village Plaza), Fall River, MA

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64 Winthrop Street, Taunton, MA

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73 Valley Road, Middletown, RI