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Ask An Eye Doctor allows AlwaysCare members to ask eye doctors and eye care professionals vision questions. We have also supplied a list of frequently asked question and answers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is at the most risk for glaucoma?
A person over age 60, African-American, diabetic or has a family member with glaucoma, is at higher risk for glaucoma than others.
What is nearsightedness?
What is farsightedness?
What is the purpose of dilation?
What is astigmatism?
How soon should I take my child for his/her first eye examination?
What is Glaucoma?
Who is at the most risk for glaucoma?
What are the signs and symptoms of glaucoma?
What are cataracts?
Are cataracts found only in older people?
What are spots and floaters?
What is "Dry eye"?
What affect does diabetes have on the eye?
What exactly is macular degeneration?
What, if any, treatment is available for lazy eye?

For questions on contact lenses, please click here. For questions on Lasik, please click here.

Ask An Eye Doctor

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“Ask An Eye Doctor” is offered in conjunction with the physicians of Crown Optical of St. Louis, Missouri, and Eye Medical Center and EYEMAX Family Optical of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, participating providers in the AlwaysVision program.

Disclaimer: The Ask An Eye Doctor service is not intended to substitute for a physician's consultation and is provided with the understanding that the staff of AlwaysCare Benefits and/or any affiliated parties are not engaged in rendering medical advice or services. Consult your own physician to determine the applicability of this material to your own symptoms or medical condition.

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