N Gregory Richardson, Optometrist
What makes our office different from the others?
We Will Take Care of You!
We like you! We have all kinds of patients, and we like all of them. Dr. N. Gregory Richardson is one of the nicest, friendliest people you will ever meet. He really cares about you, and wants to help you. The staff tries to do whatever we can to make your visit pleasant.
Dr. N Gregory Richardson is Experienced.
Dr. Richardson loves being an optometrist. He has over 15,000 patients and has treated just about every eye condition. He also takes 20 hours of continuing education every year so he is completely up to date all all the new techniques and knowledge in his field. He can diagnose eye problems, fit contact lenses, and determine your prescription for glasses better than anyone. He is at the top of his game. He knows what to do to help you with your vision challenges.
We have what you Want!
We have hundreds of frames in every style. We have every type of contacts to fit you perfectly. We have sports glasses and safety glasses. If you have a unique need, we can probably find the specialty glasses you need. We have a really nice budget glasses package with high quality frames for a very reasonable price.
We Provide Quality Products
We have high quality frames in every price level. We use good quality lenses. For example, there are 7 or 8 levels of anti-reflective coating. We usually use the higher quality anti-reflective coatings that last for years, not months. We guarantee your satisfaction with your glasses or contacts, and will remake them if necessary to get them right.
Note: If your insurance only covers the budget lens options we can accommodate you, of course.
We love Kids!
We want children to have a great experience too. Dr. Richardson is calm and patient and wants to make their exams fun. We have lots of kids frames too, including Kids Medicaid frames. Our littlest patients agree, Dr. Richardson is the best!
We are Honest
If your insurance pays more than we expected, we will refund the difference. If something goes wrong, we will admit our mistake and fix it. We will never pressure you to purchase something you don’t want. We charge a fair price. We will help you find what you need and want for the least cost to you. You can trust us.
What IS the difference between an Optometrist and an Ophthalmologist?
Both Optometrists and Ophthalmologists spend many years in college training in their fields.
An Optometrist specializes in the vision system including the fitting of contact lenses. He also has training and experience in eye diseases. He will test for glaucoma and other conditions, and can diagnose and treat minor eye infections and injuries and prescribe medication. If you eyes have a more serious medical problem, or if you need surgery, an optometrist will refer you to an Ophthalmologist.
An Ophthalmologist is a medical doctor specializing in the eye. He can diagnose and treat more serious eye illness and eye injuries. He can prescribe medication and perform surgery.