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Optometrists

Optometrists

Also known as opticians, optometrists are trained to detect vision defects or abnormalities, eye injury, and ocular diseases. Being the specialized caregiver, the optometrist does a health assessment, prescribes contact lenses or spectacles, and offer clinical advice. For becoming an optometrist, the candidate needs to have studied at least three years at university and clinical training to become a registered healthcare professional first. Then, they take to continue further study and training to specialize in any particular field of optometry.

Sam Wilson, Consultant