At Hazel Family Eyecare, our family eye care center offers superior patient care and service in an intimate and friendly setting. Our office strives to have only the latest technology available to provide the best care to our patients. You will never feel pressured into a product or rushed through your eye exam; our optometrist will take the time necessary for you to ask any questions and make sure you are comfortable with your selection. Whether you're interested in a new pair of stylish eyeglasses, or trying something new with contact lenses, we will help pair you with your perfect match. Our optometrist Dr. Tara Fowler attended Optometry school at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, receiving her Doctor of Optometry degree with magna cum laude honors. Dr. Fowler has received prestigious recognition of being certified as a Diplomate in the American Board of Optometry and a Fellow in the American Academy of Optometry.
See Inside Hazel Family Eyecare, your eye doctor in Roswell, GA
Eye Care Technology
Hazel Family Eyecare is committed to providing you with the most advanced eye care! Our optometrists are proud to utilize cutting edge diagnostic and therapeutic equipment and products. You will notice that technology, precision, and efficiency are implemented throughout every stage of your visit.
The healthy human eye can focus sharply on objects that are near, far away, and everything in between. Everyone's eyes are different and so are the types of vision that we have. Understanding how some of us see differently and how the eyes change over time, will help protect your vision.
Acuvue Oasys has launched the FIRST EVER transition contact lens! Just like transition eyeglasses, these contacts allow you to be under the sun with the protection you'll appreciate. Does your child play sports? Are you frequently active outdoors? We have started fitting patients in these so come in for a fitting and try it out! ... See MoreSee Less
March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month. Blue light exposure has become a concern with how much we spend our daily lives working on a computer screen, on top of the personal time we spend looking at phones, tablets, etc. Too much exposure to this light can cause Digital Eye Strain, and even visual problems such as Age-Related Macular Degeneration or cataracts. This is because research has shown blue light to cause damage to the retinal cells.
There are two ways to help this. Glasses can be worn that has blue light protection, and we advise implementing the 20/20/20 rule! While working, take a 20 second break every 20 minutes and look at something 20 feet away. ... See MoreSee Less