Welcome to Vision Professionals – Your Optometrists in Columbus, OH
Your local eye doctors at Vision Professionals want you to know we understand eye care extremely well, just as you'd expect, but we also understand the eye business. So we won’t bamboozle you with terms like Keratoconjunctivis Sicca, Ocular Histoplasmosis, Orthokeratology, Keratoconus, etc. We will talk to you like real people not doctors, with easy to manage terms.
Look to us for all your eye care needs whether it be an eye exam, specialty contact lens fitting, or prescription eyeglasses, we’ve got you covered. We also diagnose and treat dry eye, allergies, glaucoma, and pink eye and many other eye diseases. Our office serves many North Columbus, Ohio suburbs including Worthington, New Albany, Sunbury, Galena, Westerville, Powell, Gahanna, Johnstown, Dublin, Lewis Center and many others. We accept most vision and medical insurance plans including VisionService Plan (VSP), Eyemed, and many others.
We take pride in providing excellent care for you as a patient foremost, but also as a customer and a friend. This can be extremely rare in health care today but we’d like to think you will find it a refreshing change. Finding people who care.
Your local eye doctors at Vision Professionals want you to know we understand eye care extremely well, just as you'd expect, but we also understand the eye business. So we won’t bamboozle you with terms like Keratoconjunctivis Sicca, Ocular Histoplasmosis, Orthokeratology, Keratoconus, etc. We will talk to you like real people, not doctors, with easy to manage terms.
Eye emergencies happen all of the time and range from mild irritation and infection to having a foreign object lodged painfully in your eye. In the event of an eye injury or emergency, we’re here to help with offices in Worthington Hills, New Albany, and Sunbury. Contact us immediately for guidance and to schedule an appointment.
Yes. Patients taking some high blood pressure medications, oral antihistamines, those with autoimmune disease or hormonal changes are more prone to having symptoms of dry eye disease. However, dry eye can also affect patients that are on the computer or digital devices for many hours throughout the day as well as those exposed to certain chemicals or debris in their workplace.
Ortho-K lenses work similar to braces for teeth. My wearing the lens the cornea flattens which temporarily eliminates myopia and corneal astigmatism. No correction is needed during waking hours if Ortho-K lenses are worn at night.
There are many! The biggest is ocular health. Patients wearing daily disposables are at a lower risk of developing ocular infections. Daily disposables provide UV protection which bi-weekly and monthly lenses do not. Patients usually notice improved comfort with daily disposables as they wear a new, fresh lens every day. Because the lens does not degrade over time, patients also noticed improved optics with daily disposables which results in clearer vision. Patients also enjoy the added convenience of wearing lenses for one day rather than cleaning lenses nightly and maintaining a wearing schedule.