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06/27/2017
By: Lannis W.
Florida Vision Institute
Excellent physicians and staff. Usually very prompt with little waiting time. Always cordial and friendly. The only flaws I can think of are a lack of online payment method (very annoying), and (slightly annoyingly) they only have valet parking unless you can snag one of a handful of spaces on the street.
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06/06/2017
By: Sally D.
Florida Vision Institute
The doctors and staff are very professional. I didn't have to wait long for my scheduled appointment. I plan on making this my regular stop for both prescribed services and for my regular eye exam.
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09/29/2016
By: Debbie R.
Florida Vision Institute
I love Dr. Nahas and her staff. The front desk is on top of things. Kudos to you attitude towards patient needs
Tips & Advices
While the first appointment is the most comprehensive, the majority of appointments with an ophthalmologist begin with a basic eye exam followed by a refraction to test if glasses are needed. Other tests might include an eye muscle coordination exam, a check of pupil response and peripheral vision, slit lamp microscope test to look at the anterior segment of the eye, and an intraocular pressure assessment.
Most eye doctors will charge different amounts for their services, but a basic eye exam with an ophthalmologist can range from $50 to $300. Additional tests and treatment will add to the price.
Ophthalmology subspecialties include strabismus/pediatric ophthalmology, neuro-ophthalmology, retina/uveitis ophthalmology, cornea/anterior segment ophthalmology, ophthalmic plastic surgery, and reconstruction.
Ophthalmologists can diagnose macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, ocular albinism, vitreous traction, cataracts, astigmatism, myopia, retinoblastoma, and many more.
The most popular ophthalmology procedures are cataract, laser eye treatment, and glaucoma surgeries.

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