At Hyde Eye Care, we're passionate about protecting your vision and eye health. Our state-of-the-art office in Morristown, Tennessee has eight eye care physicians and we have the latest diagnostic eye equipment and the most advanced eye care treatment options for vision conditions and eye diseases, and we also keep your eye health regimen up-to-date with preventative eye exams and vision tests.
Whether you have seasonal allergies that irritate your eyes or a chronic vision or eye disease condition that causes pain or blurriness, our eye care physicians are here to help.
At Hyde Eye Care, we want every patient to feel completely comfortable and understood, so we make sure every patient has enough time with the eye doctor for the one-on-one eye care services you deserve. Our eye care team includes eight talented optometrists, ophthalmologists, and optometric physicians with years of experience who bring a variety of special interests and focuses to the patients they serve.
Only an eye physician can provide a full medical eye exam, so it's important to visit Hyde Eye Care at least once a year for this crucial wellness checkup. If you have high risk factors, impaired vision, or a chronic condition that affects your eyes, it's especially important to tap into our doctors' expertise and get a comprehensive examination. Our medical eye exams allow us to detect early signs of diabetes or monitor its progress, diagnose and treat glaucoma or macular degeneration or other eye diseases before they get worse. Your visit is usually covered by your regular medical insurance even if you don't have vision coverage.
Dr. Angie Dabbs, our pediatric eye care physician, helps level the playing field for children with vision-related learning difficulties. Eyesight plays a big role in your child's ability to read, learn, and relate to their peers, and Dr. Dabbs specializes in children's vision. Her vision therapy regimen is unique for each pediatric patient, with exercises designed to re-train their brains and alleviate their symptoms. If your child lacks any of the 15 vital visual skills, Dr. Dabbs may be able to help.
Our Optical Gallery has one of the area's largest collections of frames and glasses, and we also offer a variety of contact lenses for short-term and long-term use. No matter what your prescription or condition, we have the corrective eye wear you need to improve your eyesight, transform your style, and protect your eyes from UV rays and further complications.
If you need corrective eye wear, our eye care physicians at Hyde Eye Care, will perform a thorough eye exam to determine your exact prescription for glasses or contact lens and diagnose any vision conditions that may affect your eyesight. Then our experienced opticians will help measure and fit your eyes for a customize pair of eyeglass lenses to fit the frames you select. We offer polarized, UV-resistant sunglass lenses and feather weight lenses.
At Hyde Eyecare, we want you to see clearly and stay healthy for years to come. Call us today at 423-581-2020 to schedule an eye exam with an eye doctor at Hyde Eye Care in Morristown, TN.
Excellent treatment as always. Dr. Hyde has a great group of people working for him – they are friendly, helpful, knowledgeable, and always a pleasure to talk to them. Dr. Hyde is very professional and he has done an excellent job of caring my eyes. Highly recommend him to anyone looking for a top notch eye doctor.
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