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    OPHTHALMOLOGIST IN TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY

    What Is Ophthalmology?

    Many people confuse ophthalmology and optometry. Although they’re both areas of vision health, they are different. Optometry focuses on general eye issues including nearsightedness and astigmatism. An optometrist is also qualified to write prescriptions for eyeglasses or contacts. An ophthalmologist is qualified to diagnose and treat eye diseases and illnesses, write prescriptions and perform surgeries.
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    Procedures We Offer

    At Calvert Ophthalmology Center, our highly trained team is ready to perform the surgeries and procedures you need. Contact our office today to find out more information and to schedule a consultation.
    ​Eyelid Tumor Removal
    This surgery allows us to safely get rid of your tumor. It gives us the opportunity to do more tests and find out if further treatment is needed.
    Cosmetic Surgery
    An eyelid surgery can get rid of the bags under your eyes and help you look younger. Find out more today.
    Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment
    Diabetic retinopathy can cause permanent vision loss. Fortunately, our laser procedures could help prevent the loss.

    Expertly Trained Doctors

    Ophthalmologists are medical doctors. This means that in addition to earning a degree at a four-year university, our doctors also graduated medical school. However, the learning did not stop there. After completing medical school, our ophthalmologists performed several years of interning at a hospital or clinic. Each of our ophthalmologists is also required to recertify and maintain their medical license. Ask our team to tell you more about our expert training.