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SOURCE Dr. Ramin Rabbani
LOS ANGELES, June 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles eyewear repair expert and optometrist, Dr. Ramin Rabbani, offers optical exams that can help patients protect their eye and vision health and provides prescriptions that can restore proper vision. Periodic eye exams play an important role in preventative health care. Eye problems may have few or no obvious symptoms until they have reached an advanced stage, and at that point, they can lead to vision loss and other serious problems.
Dr. Ramin Rabbani, Los Angeles optical exam expert, is a Southern California native and began his career at UCLA, from which he earned his undergraduate degree. He continued his education at the New England College of Optometry in Boston and his postgraduate training at the Omni Eye Services, which is a specialized clinic for treating and managing common eye diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration. Today, Dr. Rabbani is a top Los Angeles contact lens exam provider who is committed to providing his patients with complete eye care, precise prescriptions, contact lens fittings and the co-management of refractive surgeries. He is an active volunteer who has been involved with several philanthropic projects including the Los Angeles' Gift of Sight Program and the Volunteer Optometric Students for Humanities that allowed him to serve underprivileged individuals and families and provide them with the eye care they needed. He also offers eyewear repair and maintenance services. Visit http://www.eyedoctorlosangeles.net for more information.
Most people can benefit from annual eye and vision exams. These exams may include a variety of tests and screenings. Dr. Rabbani may recommend more or less frequent exams based on the patient and his or her personal and family health history, personal vision needs, medications, chronic medical conditions, age and other factors. Certain symptoms may require additional testing to rule out more serious conditions, such as glaucoma or macular degeneration. Visual acuity tests will measure how well the eyes are working and may affect whether a person needs prescription glasses or contacts. Patients may also be tested to determine depth perception, eye muscle movements, peripheral vision and color vision. Treatment recommendations may include refractive eye surgery, holistic eye treatments, nutritional supplements, glasses or contacts.
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