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Eye Exams Fort Apache Road

Eye Exams Fort Apache Road

Eye examinations are an important part of health maintenance for everyone, even those who don’t require vision aids. In addition to evaluating your eyes for glasses and contacts, Las Vegas optometrist, Dr. Glenn Roter, will check your eyes for eye diseases and other problems that could lead to vision loss. Here are some examples of the conditions that Dr. Roter will be looking for:

Refractive error. This refers to nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. Refractive errors are corrected with eyeglasses, contacts or refractive surgery.

Amblyopia. This occurs when the eyes are turned or when one eye has a much different prescription than the other. The brain will “shut off” the image from the turned or blurry eye. Left untreated, amblyopia can stunt the visual development of the affected eye, resulting in permanent vision impairment. Amblyopia is often treated by patching the stronger eye for periods of time.

Strabismus. Strabismus is defined as crossed or turned eyes. The examiner will check your eyes’ alignment to be sure that they are working together. Strabismus causes problems with depth perception and can lead to amblyopia.

Eye teaming problems. Even if you eyes appear to be properly aligned, it’s possible they do not work together efficiently as a team. Suchbinocular vision problems can cause headaches, eye strain and other problems that can affect reading and other near vision tasks.

Focusing problems. These problems can range from incompletely developed focusing skills in children to normal age-related declines in focusing ability (presbyopia) among older adults.

Eye diseases. Many eye diseases, such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy, have no symptoms in their early stages. Your eye doctor will check the health of your eyes inside and out for signs of early problems. In most cases, early detection and treatment of eye diseases can help reduce your risk for permanent vision loss.

Other diseases. Eye doctors can detect early signs of some conditions and diseases by looking at your eye’s blood vessels, retina and so forth. Your eye doctor may be able to tell you if you are developing high blood pressure, high cholesterol or other problems.

Keep your eyes healthy with annual eye exams with Las Vegas eye doctor, Dr. Roter at the Fort Apache Road Walmart. Our office uses advanced instruments such as the Reichert digital vision chart are used to ensure an accurate eye exam.

Las Vegas Eye Exams
5200 S. Fort Apache Road
Las Vegas, NV 89148

Las Vegas Optometrist

Optometrist Las Vegas Nevada

Welcome to the S. Fort Apache Road, Las Vegas Vision Center of Walmart and the office of Dr. Glenn K. Roter.  At our vision center, we offer a variety of eye care services and products including comprehensive eye exams, contact lenses exams, specialty contact lenses including bifocal and monovision lenses, dilations and treatment of eye infections.  Advanced instruments such as the Reichert digital vision chart are used to ensure an accurate eye exam.  Dr. Roter, our optometrist, has over fifteen years of experience and prides himself on providing excellent eye care to his patients.

For your convenience, we are open Monday through Saturday and closed Sundays.  We are open until 7 PM two nights a week to accommodate those with later work schedules. Walk-ins are welcome.  Appointments are preferred to ensure shorter wait times.  We accept most forms of payment including American Express, Visa, MasterCard, bank debit, and flexible spending accounts.  The following is a list of some the insurances we accept:

Aetna Coast to Coast Metro (Davis) Spectera
Anthem Davis/MGM & Wynn NVA Station Casinos
Avesis Medicaid OptumHealth Superior Vision
Block Medical Eye Services Principal UnitedHealthcare
Cigna Medicare Southpoint VSP (out of network)


If you don’t see your insurance listed please call us because there are many insurances we can accept!

Meet Our Staff

Originally from New York, Dr. Glenn K. Roter received a Bachelor of Science degee in Biology and Psychology from Binghamton University in 1993 and his OD degree from the SUNY College of Optometry in New York City in 1997.  Dr. Roter received his 10 year certificate from the American Optometric Association in 2002.  He has been in Las Vegas since 2001 when he joined Southwest Medical Associates.  There he gained extensive experience with the co-management of many ocular conditions such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.  Dr. Roter has been in private practice since 2004.  When not working, he spends time with his wife and three children, Meghan, Rachel, and Adam.  He also enjoys playing golf and cardio kickboxing at the gym.

Optometric Assistants – Katie and Gianna