Complete Care for Your Eyes, in South Central Ohio
We want you to have clear vision and healthy eyes, so that you can enjoy and make the most of your daily life! At Chester Eye Center, you can depend upon our highly qualified, attentive eye doctors to treat you like family and provide the best eye care services for your needs. With over 37 years of professional experience, Dr. Michael Chester and Dr. Brandon Chester, welcome you warmly to our three offices, located in Chillicothe, Greenfield and Waverly, Ohio. Call today to book your appointment, we can’t wait to see you!
Great Eye Care in Chillicothe, Ohio
Technology advances by leaps and bounds, and we make sure to stay current in all of our South Central Ohio clinics. Using digital retinal imagery and OCT scans, we’ll perform comprehensive eye examinations with ultimate accuracy and convenience. With top knowledge, skill and the aid of the latest optometric equipment, we are able to detect very early signs of many eye diseases, such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and cataracts.
We’ll keep watch on your ocular condition or disease, paying attention to the details and changes, to ensure that you receive the most progressive, necessary treatments. Eye disease must be managed expertly and regularly to promote sharp eyesight and prevent eye complications or vision loss. In partnership with you – our valued patients, Dr. Michael Chester and Dr. Brandon Chester will help control the possible damaging effects of ocular disease as early as possible, which goes far towards the lasting quality of your vision and your life.
Eye Health Blog
May 23, 2019
Learning-related vision issues in children.
Vision and learning are intimately related. In fact, experts say that roughly 80 percent of what a child learns in school is information that is presented visually. So good vision is essential for students of all ages to reach their full academic potential.
I have Brandon and he is really great with you, and explains things to the T.
They always make you feel comfortable while you are there even when you must have your eyes dilated for testing.
got in and out in great time but still felt like I was well taken care of
Doc and helpers were all on time and very helpful.
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Prepare to be wowed by our huge collection of designer eyewear. With patience and a desire to help, our optical staff will guide you towards the best pair of durable frames for your vision needs and appearance. Adults and children can choose from our extra-large frame dispensary of styles and optional lens treatments, including specialty eyewear. You’re invited to stop in anytime to browse our selection! View Our Designer Frames Brands
Eye emergencies happen all of the time and range from mild irritation and infection to having a foreign object lodged painfully in your eye. In the event of an eye injury or emergency, we’re here to help with offices in Chillicothe, Greenfield and Waverly. Contact us immediately for guidance and to schedule an appointment.
Why is it important to diagnose and treat dry eye disease?
For some, dry eye symptoms such as itchy, burning, stinging eyes may seem like a mere nuisance. However, if left untreated, dry eye disease can have serious consequences including:
- Permanent corneal scarring
- Corneal ulcers
- Increased susceptibility to eye infections
- TearLab Osmolarity Test performed at Chester Eye Center
Equipped with the TearLab Osomolarity System, our optometrists can now use quantitative data at the point of care to aid in the diagnosis of DED and to improve our ability to manage these patients.
Chronic Dry Eye (loss of tear film water/moisture) Is Common Among Seniors
Dry eye is a condition experienced by many elderly people as their eyes change due to age. Dry eye can be addressed at a routine eye examination, which all seniors should have regularly. Our doctors can perform a simple, in-office diagnostic test to evaluate the quality and quantity of your tears. General health, medications and environmental factors will be a consideration in diagnosing the dry eye. Read More…
Q&A with Dr. Brandon Chester
Dr. Brandon Chester Answers Your Eyecare Questions
Q: When should a person come in to see their optometrist for Dry Eye symptoms and when is it enough to take care of this problem yourself?
The earlier you begin treatment, the faster you can get your symptoms under control. Dry eye does not occur overnight, and it is a chronic eye disease. The mistake most patients make is they wait too long to report their symptoms, so by the time the doctor sees actual signs of dry eye on the ocular surface, it is going to be at least a 3-6 month process to stabilize the tear film and improve their quality of life.
Chester Eye Center Uses the Most Advanced Technology in the Field.
Medical and Vision Insurance Plans Accepted At Chester Eye Center
We provide both medical and routine eye care & accept a number of insurance plans. We have three locations to serve you better. Click here to learn more.