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Schedule a same day appointment or walk-in to your local Walmart for exceptional care.

Does a Walmart Near Me Eye Center have after-hours or weekend availability?

Each location is open 7 days a week with extended evening hours Monday-Friday. Most locations are open until 8pm during the week, 6pm on Saturdays and 3pm on Sundays. Optical care 7 days a week that’s fits into your busy schedule.

Does a Walmart Near Me Eye Center of telemed appointments?

Telemedicine visits are not available at this optical care facility. Providers only conduct exams in-person and contacts are only available at select locations. Book your in-person office visits today and get the medical attention you need for your optical concerns.

Will I be able to verify insurance coverage?

Each location accepts all commonly used health insurances.

Can I make my appointments online?

Most appointments can be made completely online. Find a location in proximity to your work, school, or office. Then choose a provider at the location that you have chosen. Confirm that the provider you are interested can provide the treatment you need for all your ocular concerns. Read reviews and then confidently book your appointments.

Is it possible to obtain a same or next day appointment at a Walmart Near Me Eye Center?

Our featured health facilities are well equipped and properly staffed to be able to offer patients same or next day availability for their exams. Each location is staffed with highly educated and experienced optometrists who can perform an exam as soon as you need one. Get fast, quality, and convenient care. Schedule your appointments here and stay on top of your sight.

What services and products are offered to patients?

Optical exams are offered at your local health facility. As well as many orbital care products such as:

  • Prescription sunglasses
  • Readers
  • Contacts
  • Computer glasses
  • Accessories for your glasses
  • Drops

What medical services does an optometrist offer?

These health professionals specialize in visual treatments and common ocular abnormalities and perform the following services.

  • Ocular tests and exams
  • Glasses and contact lens prescriptions
  • Manage and monitor ocular conditions related to chronic diseases
  • Treatment for dryness and glaucoma
  • Optical therapy

Why are computer glasses so important for your health?

The blue light that is emitted by electronics hit passed the retina and it is believed it can lead to several ocular degenerative disease that would help the progression of diseases such as:

  • Blurry sight
  • Dryness
  • Macular degeneration
  • Cataracts
  • Strain

Many people even report trouble sleeping due to the constant use of electronics and the exposure to blue light. The light from electronics messes with your circadian rhythm which affects your sleep cycle. The brightness sends signals to your brain to be awake instead of to fall asleep. Research has also shown that people who use electronic devises at night show more depressive disorders and it has the opposite effect during the day, it helps combat seasonal affective disorder also known as seasonal depression. Blue light filters are all the rage and could help with the damaging effects of our electronics. Although there is not enough evidence to suggest they do much, it doesn’t hurt to wear them, so why not!

What are bifocals and how do they work?

Bifocals are corrective lenses that have correction for distance at the top of the lens and the ability to help you read towards the bottom of the lens. When they were first invented there was a distinct line of demarcation in between the two lens types which worked for sight but did not look very fashionable. Now they have a smooth undetectable transition but still offer the same advantage of two different prescriptions. There are even bifocal contacts that help correct multiple sight issues in a comfortable and fashionable way. They fit directly on the pupil and left undetectable.

What is the difference between an optometrist and an ophthalmologist?

Ophthalmologists and optometrists are different due to their level of training and their ability to diagnose and treat different diseases of the orbitals. Optometrists are highly trained professionals offering a range of tests and treatment for sight. They complete a four-year degree of a certified optometrist school. They are only licensed to perform exams, prescribe glasses, lenses, and are trained to detect certain abnormalities of the orbitals. They are also able to prescribe medications pertaining to treatment of the optics. An ophthalmologist is a medical doctor specializing in sight and orbital care. They are licensed to practice medicine and surgery as well as prescribing glasses and contact lenses. They can also choose a subspeciality and complete a couple more years of training and fellowships in treatment of the following:

  • Glaucoma
  • Cornea
  • Retina
  • Pediatrics
  • Oculoplastic
  • Neurology

Is it bad to sleep with contacts in?

There are many reasons why it is a bad idea to sleep in your contact lenses. For one, the contact sits directly on the iris so when you sleep you are depriving it of adequate oxygen. Also, leaving contacts in why you sleep increases your chances of an infection greatly. Not to mention, your lenses will not hold their integrity if they are worn to bed on a regular basis. Even if you are wearing extended wear contact lenses, it is important to remove them every night before you go to bed.

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