Low Vision Aids & Devices in Marion

Low Vision Aids & Devices in Marion

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Fear You're Losing Your Independence?

We Can Help You Keep It

If you've been diagnosed with an eye disease, such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, or diabetic retinopathy, you may feel overwhelmed and confused about the next steps to take.

Our low vision team will supply you with the most up-to-date information, and prescribe you with optimal low vision aids and devices so you can live your best life.

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Preserve Your Vision For Longer

What Does "Low Vision" Mean?

Low vision refers to vision loss that can’t be corrected with standard glasses, contact lenses or surgery. However, it isn't considered blindness as limited eyesight remains. Symptoms typically include blind spots, poor night vision and blurred vision. Low vision is commonly caused by age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma and diabetes.

Fortunately, people with low vision can continue living full and meaningful lives with the help of low vision aids and devices.


A Low Vision Aid for Every Activity, Purpose, and Person

If low vision affects your ability to work or study, by making it more difficult to read the newspaper, work at your computer, watch TV, craft, or cook, Preferred Eye Care - Marion can help. Our experienced low vision optometrist will fit you with the appropriate aids or devices that complement your visual needs and lifestyle.

With our help, you may be able to drive again and resume many of the activities you love.

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Examples of Low Vision Aids and Devices

Want to get back behind the wheel? 

Consider bioptic telescopic, tinted, or side vision awareness glasses.

Miss playing cards with the gang? 

Microscope or telemicroscope glasses can help make it happen.

Struggle to navigate a grocery store? 

We offer several types of magnifiers that can take the stress out of your shopping experience.


We Can Help Maximize Your Remaining Vision

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Preferred Eye Care - Marion in Marion offers diagnostic screenings and treatments for macular degeneration and other severe eye diseases.

Our low vision eye doctors will consult with you and offer solutions that will help you manage symptoms and preserve your vision.


Your Low Vision Eye Doctors in Marion

Our optometry practice in Marion

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Hours
  • Monday 8:30 am - 7:00 pm
  • Tuesday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
  • Wednesday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
  • Thursday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
  • Friday 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
  • May. 27 Closed
Insurance Plans
  • VSP
  • Medicare
  • United Healthcare
  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Spectera
  • Superior Vision
  • Davis Vision
  • EyeMed
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Patient Reviews
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- Mar. 14, 2024
Knowledgeable, Friendly, Caring doctors and staff
- Feb. 18, 2024
Took our 4 year old here. Super friendly staff! They were super patient with him and doctor was kind... to him as well. Definitely recommend!
- Feb. 11, 2024
Extremely helpful, friendly, and went out of their way to help!
- Jan. 23, 2024
Fast , friendly, thorough, great selection of eyewear, various options, reasonable
- Jan. 16, 2024
Outstanding staff. Very satisfied with my exam and glasses. I highly recommend Preferred Eye Care an... d will continue using them.
- Dec. 29, 2023
They got me in quickly and actualy seemed to care about my situation.
- Dec. 07, 2023
Dr Fettig spent a lot of time making sure we were both taken care of to the fullest, even assisting ... my husband who is legally blind.
- Dec. 05, 2023
Very pleased with our experience at Preferred EyeCare of Marion. Dr Fettig turned back the clock ... for me! I can now see up close and drive at night with my new contacts! He was very patient with my young daughter and made the experience for all my kids a good one! Thank you!
- Sep. 23, 2023
Great people there
- Aug. 08, 2023
My husband, daughter (5 year old), and I all go there for our eye care and they are always kind and ... listen to you well. They are patient with my daughter which is important for me because she's not confident in herself when it came to the letters so it took some time for her to read them. She also didn't like the eye drops but they were kind and understanding with her. We like that they also have hours available past 4 PM on Mondays. It's nice for when school is going on as well as for my husband after work. Highly recommend!
- Jul. 24, 2023
Friendly. Courteous. I was last seen a few years before and they still remembered who I was which sa... ys alot
- Jul. 10, 2023
~ Great Dr ~ Great staff ~
- Apr. 24, 2023
I would recommend Preferred Eye Care without any hesitations.
- Mar. 14, 2023
A great place to go to for eye appointments and many choices of eye wear and products at affordable ... prices.
- Mar. 13, 2023
I just started going to preferred eye care and I absolutely love it friendly staff , very clean offi... ce 10/10 would recommend.
- Feb. 27, 2023
Great staff! Great service!
- Feb. 21, 2023
I’ve been coming in for years. Staff is super friendly and knowledgeable. The doctor is so nice. ... Great selection of frames.
- Feb. 10, 2023
I like it...professional, clean, and knowledgeable staff.
- Feb. 02, 2023
Love Dr Fettig, but they no longer take Davis insurance so I am changing. ☹️
- Jun. 10, 2022
Very friendly and helpful staff.

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Low Vision FAQs

What are low vision devices?

Low vision aids and devices maximize whatever usable vision you have left and help you maintain or regain your independence. These include electronic aids, such as screen readers and video magnifiers. Optical aids include standing and hand-held magnifiers, strong magnifying reading glasses, and small telescopes, among others. To learn more, contact Preferred Eye Care - Marion today.

What conditions can cause low vision?

Low vision can be caused by a number of eye conditions and diseases, including age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetes, eye cancer, albinism, and genetic eye disorders. Eye injuries and traumatic brain injuries can also result in vision loss. If you or a loved one has low vision, contact our practice to learn how we can help you carry out your daily tasks more effectively.

How can one obtain a low vision aid or device?

The process begins with a comprehensive low vision eye exam by our low vision team. Once we’ve determined your degree and type of vision loss, we’ll ask you about your lifestyle and suggest the aids or devices that can help you most. Then, we’ll show you exactly how to use your new aids independently and answer any of your questions.


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Let us help you maximize your remaining vision.

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