At Carolina Vision Care, our staff will always go above and beyond to make sure each patient receives the highest quality vision care experience possible. Every patient who comes into our office needs to receive treatment that is as individual as they are. We offer a family friendly environment because our office is family owned and operated. Since 1985, Dr. McIntosh treats every patient like they are a member of his family. This means personal, courteous and professional service at all times. Whether you visit us for a yearly exam or are experiencing vision problems that require a referral to a surgeon, it is our goal to make sure you receive everything you need.
Well known as a top North Carolina optometrist, Dr. McIntosh and his staff can offer the most effective treatment because they use state of the art technology to uncover any vision problems that may be present. From full service eye exams to the use of BlephEx to exfoliate the eye and relieve the symptoms associated with excessive dryness. BlephEx is used to treat blepharitis. The procedure is performed in the office and effectively removes bacterial buildup and scurf that are directly responsible for inflammation in the eye lids.
Our full service optometry lab can fill most prescriptions on site eliminating the need to wait for prescriptions to be delivered. By taking our individualized approach, we are able to co-manage eye diseases and make sure whatever conditions are present are carefully treated to ensure the most accurate outcome possible. Our lab technicians are able to produce prescriptions that fulfill the requirements of each patient's treatment plan, no matter how unique.
As a North Carolina optometrist, Dr. McIntosh and his staff take pride in being able to serve residents of the Ayden, Farmville, Winterville communities and surrounding counties. Patients, who live in the Greenville area, look to Dr. McIntosh because of his glowing reputation as an optometrist who takes the extra step when offering quality vision care. The majority of our patients are seen through scheduled appointments, but we also handle emergency cases as they arise. Our office accepts most types of insurance. The office staff is knowledgeable about how insurance works will answer any questions the patients have when it comes to billing and what services are covered by each kind of insurance.
An optometrist is not just someone who evaluates the physical condition of the eye. He is a doctor who works to make each patient's vision as good as possible. Vision correction has a direct impact on a person's health as well as their quality of life. By improving a person's vision, Dr. McIntosh makes it easier for his patient's to truly experience the gift of vision.
Dr. Thomas McIntosh
Greenville Optometrist | Carolina Vision Care | 252-752-4380
1804 W Arlington Blvd
Greenville, NC 27834
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