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Retina

Post by PetHelpers » Sat Feb 27, 2021 7:14 pm

I am a senior on fixed income. I see a retina specialist & a regular eye doctor. Where can I get some assistance to pay for my glasses? I get transition lenses & progressive lenses due to depth perception distortion with the macular degeneration that I get routine eye injections. Giving you whole information so you see if there is an assistance for these glasses and Retina exams. Normal cost in hundreds $$. Thank you in advance IF you can help.

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Re: Retina

Post by Admin » Wed Jun 23, 2021 6:18 pm

Be sure to ask your regular eye doctor. In addition to that, learn more on getting free eye exams.
There are programs such as Lions Club and other programs, charities, and even stores like Lens Crafters and others too turn too.
PetHelpers wrote:
Sat Feb 27, 2021 7:14 pm
I am a senior on fixed income. I see a retina specialist & a regular eye doctor. Where can I get some assistance to pay for my glasses?

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