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Routine Vision Exams
Childrens Vision Exams
General Vision Issues
Macular Degeneration Tests (KFT)
Peripheral Retinal Tests (Optos)
Glaucoma Tests (GDx)
Peripheral Visual Field Tests (Zeiss)

Contact Lenses

Acuvue (J &J)
Bausch & Lomb
Ciba Vision
Cooper Vision
Gas Permeable Hard Contacts
Orthokeratology (Paragon)
Orthokeratology (Ortho-K)
Orthokeratology (Gentle Vision)
Nike Maxsight

Low Vision

Education on low vision
Low Vision Aids

Vision Therapy

Learning Problems
Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)
Home Vision therapy
Binocular Vision (3-D)
Baby Vision Exams
Vision Therapy Offices
An Interview with an Eye Doctor
Vision Education (PAVE)
Scientific Studies on Learning & Vision
Optometric Vision Therapy
Developmental Delays
College in Vision Development
Optometric Extension Program
Optometry Network

Professional Associations

American Optometric Association
Mississippi Optometric Association
Contact Lens Association
National Assoc. of Visually handicapped (NAVH)
Nation Center For biotech Information (NCBI)
Vision Therapy Association

Spectacle Lenses

Crizal (Anti-Reflective Coating)
Essilor (Lens Manufacturer)
Transitions (Adjusts to the light)
Varilux (Progressive Bifocal)

Spectacle Frames

Marchon (Flexon)
Kenmark Group


Maui Jim

Pharmaceuticals & Contact Lens Solutions

Bausch & Lomb
Ciba Vision

Eye Diseases

Diabetic Retinopathy
Macular Degeneration
Macular Degeneration (AREDS)
Macular Degeneration (Macugen)
Macular Degeneration (Lucentis)
Macular Degeneration (Avastin)
Macular Degeneration (Evision)

Vision Insurance Companies

Vision Care Direct

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