Welcome to Eyes on Worcester
Serving Worcester and the Surrounding Area for More than 40 Years
Our team of eye care professionals and highly trained optometric staff are here to care for all of your vision needs. We are a full-service practice that handles everything from eye exams for adults and children to hard & soft contact lenses and eyeglasses. We also offer treatment for keratoconus and various eye emergencies, management of eye diseases including diabeties, macular degeneration and co-management of eye surgeries such as LASIK. We pride ourselves on our well stocked Optical featuring a large selections of designer frames and high quality eye glasses , lenses and contact lenses.
We take pride in our excellent customer service from the front desk to the optical staff and optometrist. We focus on treating all vision and eye issues, especially dry eye, allergies, red eye/infection, and ocular foreign body removal.
Our Worcester eye doctors perform a very comprehensive eye exam and they will review with you in detail your exam findings because our doctors believe that the better you understand the health of your eyes, the better you will care for them. We use the iCare Tonometer for easy, accurate and patient-friendly intra-ocular pressure measurement with NO air puff. We also use the Visual Field testing to test for glaucoma and other optical nerve diseases, like macular degeneration, hyper-pressure and diabetes.
Our Worcester optometrists take the time to explain the results of your eye exam, describe your options and listen to your eye care needs. Because maintaining good eye health is an ongoing partnership, we encourage you to ask questions and share your health information, which could be vital to monitoring, diagnosing and treating potential vision problems.
Q&A with Dr. Feucht and Dr. Saini | Q&A For Children's Eye Care
The American Optometric Association and the American Public Health Association recommend that children have their first eye exam at 6 to 12 months of age.
Before Age 1:
Dr. Feucht and Dr. Saini will examine your child's eyes for disease, normal eye structure development, signs of amblyopia (lazy eye) and other vision disorders. Early detection and intervention can prevent vision problems that may have lifelong effects.
Dr. Feucht and Dr. Saini will check and assess visual acuity, eye health, eye movement, focusing and binocular vision (the ability for both eyes to work together as a team). Your child's eyes will again be checked for warning signs of amblyopia, which is most responsive to treatment if diagnosed by the age of 3.
At age 5, it's time to test your child's readiness for the visual demands of school. 80% of what children learn in school is presented visually.
After your child starts school, it is recommended that they get a "comprehensive eye health and vision exam" at Eyes on Worcester, at least once a year. Sending a child to school with an undetected vision problem may lead to severe learning difficulties. The risk of a child failing one grade is 3 times higher for children who have worse than 20/20 vision.
Q: Because many children may be too young to read, how is an eye exam conducted if they cannot read a Snelling Chart?
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Because we provide both medical and routine eye care, we accept a number of insurance and most vision plans to help cover the cost depending on your individual needs. We accept MassHealth, Medicare, Neighborhood, BMC, Tufts Public Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Harvard Pilgrim and more.... Visit our insurance page for more information. Here are some of the many insurances that we accept:
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