4 Ways to Tell if Your Optometrist is a Keeper
Finding a doctor you enjoy seeing can be an enormous benefit to your health. After all, a doctor you enjoy seeing is a doctor you’ll see on a more consistent basis! When it comes to choosing your optometrist, there are a few ways that you can tell if your optometrist is a keeper, including:
1. Appointment Policies– If you can’t ever get in to see your optometrist, it will be nearly impossible to develop a good working relationship with them. Making sure that you can work with the doctor’s appointment times is just as important as making sure that you can work with the optometrist.
2. Time spent with optometrist– Optometrists, like all doctors, are often busy and overscheduled. If you feel rushed during your appointments and didn’t get to ask the optometrist any questions you might have had, choose an optometrist that will take the time needed for a comprehensive exam.
3. Level of caring– Knowing that the optometrist cares about you as a person and a patient makes it easier to schedule your appointments. If you feel like the optometrist doesn’t care about your wellbeing, then it can make appointments unpleasant and uncomfortable.
4. Office Environment– Is the office clean? Organized? Do you feel comfortable there? While these things don’t necessarily reflect the level of care you can get from your optometrist, they can keep you from wanting to schedule your appointments.
We hope that by following these guidelines, you’ll be able to find an optometrist that you can enjoy seeing for many years to come. If you’re currently searching for an optometrist who is a keeper, please try our practice at Dr. Miller & Dr. Tilis Family Optometry.