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SOURCE Dr. Rabbani
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Rabbani, Los Angeles optometrist, is offering comprehensive contact lens exams. It has often been said that the eyes are the window to the soul. Healthy, beautiful eyes can be one of the most attractive features a person has, but glasses can hide that beauty.
Dr. R. Anthony Rabbani offers contact lens exams for patients with nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, dry eyes and other conditions. He can help his patients find the best contact lens to meet their needs, and he takes the time to tailor each lens to fit the eye and correct vision clearly and comfortably. Clear contact lenses that allow the eyes' natural beauty to shine through are available alongside color-changing lenses and specialty lenses.
Comprehensive eye exams are designed to identify the best prescription to meet each patient's needs. Dr. Rabbani, Los Angeles eye exam expert, can even find the best corrective treatments for those who play sports, live an active life, wear reading glasses or spend a lot of time using computers. Each prescription is designed to fit not just with a patient's vision needs but also their lifestyle and personal preferences.
Examining the health of the eyes is equally important. Healthy eyes contribute significantly to healthier vision. Cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration can have severe consequences for a patient's vision. Certain health problems, such as diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol, can also affect vision.
About Dr. Rabbani, Eye Doctor Los Angeles
Dr. R. Anthony Rabbani is a skilled Los Angeles optometrist. He completed his bachelor's degree at UCLA before earning his doctorate from Boston's New England College of Optometry. As a student, he traveled to the Yucatan with the Volunteer Optometric Students for Humanities to provide those with limited or no access to health care with glasses and vision care. He worked with the renowned Omni Eye Services for his post-graduate training. He has worked with the Veterans Administration Hospital in Boston as well as a community health center in which he worked with legally blind patients, elderly patients and children. He is committed to providing comprehensive vision care to his patients, and he is an active volunteer working with the Gift of Sight program.
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