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Welcome to Forsight Vision, Ltd. Our Long Grove optometrists provide full service eye care solutions for individuals and families of all ages. We invite you to learn more about our northwest suburban office and the services we offer in Long Grove. We are located in the Grove Medical Center, near Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Deer Park, Hawthorn Woods, Kildeer, Lake Zurich, Lincolnshire, Mundelein, Palatine, Riverwoods and Vernon Hills.
Since Dr. Cohan founded Forsight Vision in 2007, our staff has devoted themselves to providing comprehensive eye care services with personal attention that puts your mind at ease. As a result of our dedication to service, many of our patients have made Forsight Vision their preferred Long Grove optometrist. The whole team at Forsight Vision provides services that keep your eyes healthy, screen for diseases, provide regular eye exams, and answer patient questions. We believe this personalized approach to vision makes a real difference in the quality of our services and the comfort of our patients.
We are a full-service vision care provider offering:
Eye Exams - Annual eye exams ensure that your eyes are healthy and you can see as clearly as possible. It is important to check that your prescription level is appropriate for your vision needs and that you do not have early indicators of disease.
Contact Lenses - If you want the best vision without having to wear glasses, we would be happy to fit you for contacts. During a contact lens exam, we will check your eyes to make sure you are a good fit for contacts, discuss your options for choosing contacts, and fit you with a pair of contacts that meets your needs.
Glasses - Whether you desire a style change or need a new prescription, we have a wide selection of designer eyewear.
Glaucoma Testing - With early detection, we can slow the progression of glaucoma to preserve your vision and prolong your eye health. We can screen you for glaucoma during an eye exam and advise you on treatment options if it is necessary.
Corneal Reshaping Therapy (CRT) - This newer treatment for nearsightedness provides overnight vision correction services. CRT reshapes your cornea while you sleep, so that you can see clearly without any glasses or contact lenses during the day.
Pre- and Post Operative Care - If you need surgery, let us provide the pre- and post-operative care for you. We work with the area’s top ophthalmologists for Lasik, cataract and retinal surgery.
Vision Therapy - If you have a learning disability, you may benefit from vision therapy services to change the way you process visual information. Learn more by scheduling a consultation.
To schedule your eye exam, please use the online scheduling form or call our office today at (847) 955-9393. We have weekend and extended evening hours to best serve your busy schedule. We look forward to helping you with your vision care needs.
Very warm, professional staff. I'm a new patient and I liked it the second I walked in. — Daniel K.
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