One of the many things that sets Dr. Deaver’s eye care practice apart from other eye care providers in Summerville is the fact that we accept virtually all vision insurance plans. We want your eye care to be affordable because our patients’ eye health and continued vision clarity is so important to us. Our emphasis is on comprehensive eye examinations, prescribing the optimal contact lenses for your needs, and the diagnosis and management of eye disease, such as pink eye or glaucoma. Our Ridgeville optometrist, along with our knowledgeable eye care staff, are dedicated to caring for your eye sight and vision. We pledge to provide our patients with the finest personal service.
If you are receiving glasses for the first time or changing your optical prescription, please allow two to three weeks for your eyes to adjust to the new lenses. Many times, our patients will complain of mild dizziness, headaches, or even slight nausea while their eyes adjust to their new prescription, but all of these symptoms are normal. Often times, our patients will put off updating their optical prescription, which means their eyes have adjusted to using a weaker prescription and not seeing clearly. When their prescription is finally updated, it may seem as though their vision is “too perfect,” or their optical prescription “too strong.” Given a couple of weeks, your eyes will adjust to the higher lenses prescribed by your Ridgeville eye doctor, Dr. Deavers. However, if these symptoms, eye pain, headaches, blurry vision, still persist after a few weeks time, please visit Dr. Deavers as you be suffering from an undiagnosed eye disease or condition.