365 days can manifest a great deal that you might not be able to set your sights on quite yet. Don’t wait until you can’t see it to believe it.
Quiz yourself in a quick “This or That!” and see where you stand when it comes to maintaining your eyesight and what’s worth *looking* into for your eye health before 2022.
Our Eye Doctors family is excited to share that we have won the Best on the Shoreline in Ophthalmology Reader’s Poll of 2020! This award carries with it such significance, value, and delight.
We were granted this award as a result of community and patient votes which means we could not have done it without you!
Here we strive to deliver the ultimate customer service experience from the moment our patients walk in our door. We are devoted to delivering outstanding family eye care using the most advanced technologies and practices. Our doctors and team are committed to serving the needs of our patients with professionalism and sensitivity. And we will strive to keep it that way.
Our future expectations for the evolution and advancement of Eye Doctors Elgart, Gordon & Associates will remain high and keep growing with the help of our Optometrists and team members who help maintain our friendly and professional environment.
So, thank you again for contributing to our team’s wonderful achievement. We will help keep your eyes healthy for the years to come.
As we navigate new processes and protocols as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, you may be wondering, what’s the difference between Essential and Non-Essential Eye Care.
Essential Eye Care services include treatment for medical conditions, including urgent care needs that keep patients from carrying out their regular daily routines. These include:
- Blurred vision
- Broken or lost eyewear
- Eye trauma
- Vision loss
- Contact lens-related pain
- Flashes or floating objects in the eye
- Light sensitivity
- Double vision
- Drooping eyelid
- Severe or recurring headaches
We are equipped to handle your Essential Eye Care needs so you do not have visit the ER – which may put you at risk of exposure to infection while also potentially taking from patients with critical conditions having no other alternatives.
Non-Essential Eye Care services might also be called “routine,” and not impeding a patient from his/her day-to-day activities, such as:
- Routine eye exam with no problems
- First time routine contact lens fittings
As always, our top priority is always your well-being. If you have questions or concerns about any eye health or eye care services – reach out! We are here to help you in any way we can!