Eye Disease diagnosis & treatment. Cataracts, Presurgical & Post Operative Care. Glaucoma - Detections & Treatment. Laser Vision - Presurgical & Post Operative care
Contact Lens Specialists. Hard, Soft, Extended Wear, Bifocal, Astigmatic, Disposables, Orthokeratology
Family Eye Care: Eye examinations, Children's Vision, Visual Perception Testing & Therapy
Dr.P.J.. Stible & Dr. D.M. Hager
The doctors and staff of the Eye Clinic of Great Falls are dedicated to providing quality eye care services and products to their patients in a friendly and respectful manner. We strive to exceed our patients' expectations with the hope that they will enthusiastically recommend us to their friends and family.
The typical eye exam we perform will uncover a majority of the eye problems that we face today.
According to the American Optometric Association, healthy adults aged 18-60 should have an eye exam performed every TWO years. If you are considered at risk you should have an eye exam performed annually or more frequently if recommended.
Patients at risk include those with diabetes, hypertension, a family history of ocular disease which includes glaucoma and macular degeneration, working in an occupation that is eye hazardous, those who are taking prescriptions which have ocular side effects, and patients who have had eye surgery.
It is recommended that infants receive their free infantSee exam before the age of 12 months. A child's next appointment should be at 3 years of age. At 5 years old, the child should receive their next eye exam. After this, the adult guidelines apply.
With any surgery, an ounce of prevention pays off in leaps and bounds. If you are thinking about having LASIK surgery performed on your eyes, request a pre-LASIK appointment today to ensure that laser surgery is the right option for you.
Proper care must be provided before and after your laser eye surgery our optometrists will make sure you receive quality care before and after your procedure.
Dr. Stibel, our senior optometrist, performs visual perceptual and developmental visual evaluations. These examinations look for difficulties that might include deficits in oculomotor tracking, accommodation (focusing), vergence (eye alignment), visual-motor integration and dyslexia screening. If you suspect that you or someone in your family might have issues fully coordinating their eyes request an appointment with Dr. Stibel today.
We have great working relationships with other health care providers in the State. An optometrist is a critical partner in the proper care and treatment of many health conditions. We routinely work with other medical professionals to help coordinate treatment.
If you have cataracts that need treatment, you will need the services of a surgeon in addition to an eye doctor. If we currently provide your eye care, great, if not, come in and talk to us to discuss the treatment of your cataracts.