Optometry for Sandy Springs, Marietta, Brookhaven, Roswell, and Atlanta, GA
Welcome to Eye 1st Vision Center, your family resource for high-quality optometry serving the Roswell, Marietta, Brookhaven, Sandy Springs and Atlanta, GA areas. Our skilled optometrist Dr. George Shida can provide you and your loved ones with a high standard of eye health and vision care services -- while ensuring that you remain comfortable, reassured and well informed at all times. Our Sandy Springs optometrist invites you to explore this site in depth and learn more about how our eye care clinic can help you maintain optimal vision for life.
High-quality optometry begins with high-quality optometrists, and you'll find that both optometrists on the Eye 1st Vision Center team fit that description beautifully. Dr. George Shida has provided family/medical eye care, pre-operative/post-operative eye surgery care, and corrective lens prescriptions since 1981. Our optometrists has the skills, experience and professional credentials you want in a trusted eye and vision care advisor.
Eye 1st Vision Center offers a full suite of eye health and vision care services for all ages and eye conditions. You'll benefit from such services as:
Comprehensive eye exams - Regular eye exams allow us to check your eye function, coordination, tracking, peripheral vision, color vision and other essential for accurate vision.
Diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases - Dr. Shida can detect sight-threatening diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, dry eye syndrome, keratoconus, etc. Our optometrist can then recommend the proper course of treatment for your condition.
Diagnosis of disease-related eye disorders - If you are showing signs of a diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma aggravated by hypertension or other eye disorders linked to systemic ailments, we will advise you on the proper avenues of treatment to control these conditions before they can rob you of your eyesight.
Pre-operative and post-operative eye surgery care - If you are undergoing cataract surgery, LASIK vision correction or some other form of eye surgery, our team can run the necessary evaluations to ensure that your surgeon can perform the most accurate procedure possible. Dr. George Shida can then perform all the necessary follow-up eye evaluations and vision testing to monitor your recovery.
Vision testing - We can check your vision on a regular basis to determine whether you're having trouble due to refractive problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism or presbyopia.
Corrective lenses - If you need corrective lenses, we can write the necessary prescription and provide you with a variety of options, including a wide range of contact lens types.
We encourage residents of Roswell, Marietta, Brookhaven, Sandy Springs and Atlanta, GA to contact our clinic today to schedule an eye exam and vision testing. Our one-on-one approach to optometry and dedication to high-quality services distinguish us from other eye-care providers. Discover why Eye 1st Vision Center should be your first choice in eye care! Call us at 404-252-1702 today.
Dr. George Shida
Sandy Springs Optometrist | Eye 1st Vision Center | 404-252-1702
901 Abernathy Rd #100
Sandy Springs, GA 30328
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