It is important to remember that there is more to vision and eye health care than just receiving new eyeglasses or contact lenses. We provide comprehensive vision and eye health examinations, diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases including glaucoma, blepharitis, conjunctivitis, and dry eye problems. Our contact lens services range from single-use Daily wear lenses to two-week and one-month soft lens designs, as well as rigid gas permeable lenses and orthokeratology. We also offer co-management services for cataract surgery and LASIK refractive surgery. If you're in need of an optometrist in the Cleveland area who has the education and experience necessary to provide you with the best care, Dr. Jeffrey E. Schultz is right for you. Contact our office in Independence today to schedule a consultation.
Eye Care is always evolving. Our staff stays abreast of these rapid developments through continuing education and training. Serving our patients for over 40 years, we are constantly enhancing our systems, techniques, and equipment to offer you the best experiences and results possible.
Our caring and friendly staff is always ready to help. Whether greeting you on the telephone or at the door, conducting preliminary tests, eyeglass frame selection, or contact lens insertion and removal training, they will always strive to make your experience at our office a rewarding one.
The American Optometric Association guidelines recommend for everyone to have a vision and eye health examination by the age of 3, and then every year after that.
Throughout our lives, our visual demands change, and the occurrence of ocular disease increases. An annual vision and eye health examination allows us to address these different eye care needs.
We are available for emergencies such as foreign body removal, ocular infections, retinal detachments, sudden vision loss, and ocular trauma.
We are participating providers for many medical insurance plans. These plans cover services related to the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases and eye injuries. Some medical insurance plans also cover vision services. Included in this list are Aetna US Healthcare, Anthem Blue Cross, Cleveland Clinic Community Partners, Emerald Health, Humana, Medical Mutual of Ohio, Medicare, SummaCare, Tricare, and United Health Care.
Vision care insurance plans are actually a vision benefit program. These plans cover a basic vision and eye health examination, eyeglasses, or contact lenses. They do not give medical insurance coverage. Included in this list are Eyemed, MyComp Benefits, and Vision Service Plan.
Please call our office at 216-581-8484 to determine if we are participating providers for your medical or vision care plan.
Our fees are based on our knowledge, expertise, service, and the high-quality vision and eye care we provide for our patients. It is the policy of our office that payment is made when services are rendered. For your convenience, we honor MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, and Care Credit, and of course, cash and checks.
A professional practice like ours depends on referrals. While we receive many referrals from educators, physicians and other health care professionals, the majority of our referrals come from patients like you. If you have been one of our many valued patients who recommended us to your family and friends, a sincere thank you. We appreciate your confidence in us. Thank you for the privilege of serving your vision and eye care needs, and the opportunity to provide you and your family with the finest total vision and eye health care possible. Dr. Schultz is one of the most capable and respected optometrists in Cleveland and we are pleased to provide such top-notch care to you and your loved ones.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with our optometrist, contact our practice, service Independence and the greater Cleveland area.