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Medical Optometry America Best Practices

Setting & Maintaining Exceptionally
High Standards

To ensure that all Medical Optometry America doctors are bringing the best medical practices to their patients, Medical Optometry America has developed standards of practice with its Advisory Board of leading academic and clinical thought leaders in both Optometry and Ophthalmology.

Medical Optometry America best practices include standards for identifying, diagnosing, and treating medical eye diseases and conditions. They also include guidelines and procedures for each staff member. Every part of an Medical Optometry America practice adheres to our commitment to excellence in eyecare, ensuring a truly exceptional experience.

Our Medical Optometry Assessment Test

Before a doctor can be considered “Medical Optometry America Approved,” they must first pass our unique testing, designed to demonstrate their adherence to our best practices. Our test was developed by the industry-leading experts on our Advisory Board alongside Medical Optometry America’s Chief Medical Officer.

Our doctors also receive ongoing education and support through our online resource center. No matter how technology, techniques, or patient needs change, Medical Optometry America optometrists remain at the forefront of medical science.

Specialty Care Services

Diabetes puts your eyes at risk of diabetic eye disease. Without an early diagnosis and the appropriate treatment, this condition can result in permanent blindness.

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Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of blindness around the world. Through digital retinal imaging and comprehensive testing, we can detect this condition and work to preserve your vision.

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The symptoms of dry eye are irritating and disruptive. We can diagnose your unique case and provide the most effective treatment for your needs.

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Glaucoma often develops without any noticeable symptoms. Thorough testing can catch glaucoma early enough to protect your vision through treatment.

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As your eyes change due to age, your lenses become cloudy, developing cataracts. Medical Optometry America doctors can determine when it’s time to increase your prescription and when you may want to consider surgery.

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