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WISCONSIN EYE DOCTORS

Our doctors are the heart of our eye care centers.

At every Wisconsin Vision location you’ll find an experienced optometrist, the latest technology and attentive care. Our eye doctors are open on Saturdays and take walk-ins as well as appointments.

Protecting your vision and eye health is an ongoing partnership between you and your eye doctor. We encourage all our patients to share important health information, ask questions, and make regular eye exams part of their continuing preventative care.

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Wisconsin optometrists

WHAT'S AN OPTOMETRIST?

An optometrist is an eye doctor with a Doctor of Optometry (OD) degree. Optometrists typically have a bachelor’s degree (in biology or related sciences) followed by four years of professional training and study at an accredited optometry school.

Optometrists are health care providers who specialize in diagnosis and treatment of disorders and diseases affecting the eyes and visual abilities. They perform eye exams to evaluate vision and health (both the health of your eyes and general health issues that can affect the eyes, such as diabetes).

The scope of medical care provided by optometrists is defined by state law. In Wisconsin, optometrists can:

  • Prescribe, dispense and fit contact lenses and ophthalmic lenses
  • Prescribe medication to treat eye problems
  • Remove foreign objects from the eye
  • Administer vision therapy and orthoptics
  • Provide prosthetics and prosthetic eye care

Our eye doctors can help diagnose, prevent, and treat a wide range of eye problems. If specialized medical care or surgery is necessary, we’ll recommend a qualified ophthalmologist.

pediatric eye doctors

All Wisconsin Vision optometrists provide comprehensive eye exams and eye care for toddlers 3 and over, kids, tweens, and children with special needs.

For children under age 3 please contact us for a referral. We always welcome new patients.

Eye doctors working with Prevent Blindness WisconsinStudies show vision problems affect 20% of preschool-aged children and 25% of children in school.

Our eye doctors work in partnership with Prevent Blindness America to ensure Wisconsin children with vision problems are able to get the care they need and deserve. Learn more about how we give back.

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DO EYE DOCTORS TAKE INSURANCE?

YES – and our eye doctors are authorized providers for more types of vision insurance than other eye clinics. Check out the list of vision insurance plans we accept, or contact one of our locations. We provide free coverage checks so you’ll understand exactly what your plan pays for before your visit.

VISION INSURANCE PLANS ACCEPTED:

  • BlueCross BlueShield vision providers in Wisconsin
  • Cigna Vision providers in Wisconsin
  • UnitedHealthcare Vision providers in Wisconsin
  • Davis Vision vision providers in Wisconsin
  • EyeMed providers in Wisconsin
  • Medicare vision providers in Wisconsin
  • NVA vision providers in Wisconsin
  • Spectera Vision providers in Wisconsin
  • Superior Vision providers in Wisconsin
  • VSP providers in Wisconsin
  • Avesis vision providers in Wisconsin
  • MetLife vision providers in Wisconsin
  • Network Health vision providers in Wisconsin
  • Wisconin Vision accepts Care Credit vision insurance
  • Arise Health Plan vision providers in Wisconsin
  • WEA Trust vision providers in Wisconsin
  • WPS vision providers in Wisconsin
  • UMR vision providers in Wisconsin

Union Health & Welfare Plans Accepted:

  • Carpenter’s Health and Welfare FundCarpenter’s Health and Welfare Fund
  • Central States Southeast and Southwest Areas Health and Welfare FundCentral States Southeast and Southwest Areas Health and Welfare Fund
  • IBEW Local 481 Benefit FundIBEW Local 481 Benefit Fund
  • Laborers Health and Welfare FundLaborers Health and Welfare Fund
  • Roofer’s Health and Welfare FundRoofer’s Health and Welfare Fund
  • Sheet Metal Workers Health and Welfare FundSheet Metal Workers Health and Welfare Fund
  • Teamsters Local 135 Health and Welfare FundTeamsters Local 135 Health and Welfare Fund
  • Wisconsin Education AssociationWisconsin Education Association
  • Wisconsin Electrical Employees Benefit FundWisconsin Electrical Employees Benefit Fund
  • Wisconsin Health FundWisconsin Health Fund
  • Wisconsin UFCW Unions and Employers Health PlanWisconsin UFCW Unions and Employers Health Plan
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