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09/06/2016
By: Kara J.
Eye Care Associates Inc
You are seen so they forgot to ask for your copay ummm you didn't feel it necessary to speak up and mention it? $30 is nothing you were seen shut up and pay your damn bill!
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09/06/2016
By: Kara J.
Eye Care Associates
Seriously pay your damn bill you were seen. Like you didn't forget to mention the copay. You're just trying to rip them off. Smh
09/24/2012
By: icthru
Dr. H. Robert Gaetano OD
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03/28/2015
By: Jill M.
Dr Bloomberg's Eye Clinic
Dr. Brad Is Absolutely The Best Eye Doctor I've Had For Years. I Love Him.
03/28/2015
By: Jill M.
Bloomberg's Dr Eye Clinic
Dr. Brad Is Absolutely The Best Eye Doctor I've Had For Years. I Love Him.
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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