A phoropter is an instrument used to test individual lenses on each eye during an exam. If, during an eye examination, your doctor discovered a vision problem like nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism, it’s likely that one of the next steps you’ll take will involve a phoropter.
There are many wonderful eye doctors located in our area. I have not meet all of them personally but many of my patients have. Those that I have heard spoken highly about and in a positive way or I personally have had positive feed back from them are on this list. They are listed with their address and phone number below. When you ask for your prescription from the doctors below I am unaware of any of them having an issue with giving you a copy of your prescription nor having it faxed to my office. If you have my vision discount plan be sure to receive your $10 credit with your new exam when purchasing your glasses.
Dr Scherers O.D., Walmart, 1815 Scott Dr., Napoleon OH 419-599-1853
Dr Chris King O.D., 1001 S Defiance St., Archbold OH 419-445-5436 Optometrist
Dr John Stehulak O.D. M.S., 474 Airport Hwy., Wauseon OH 419-337-6371 Optometrist
Dr Rachael Bostelman O.D. Napoleon Family Vision, 400 Independence Dr., Napoleon OH 419-599-4541 Optometrist
Dr Andrew Emch O.D., 700 Stryker St., Archbold OH 419-445-0436 Optometrist