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The Eye Specialists Center
Benjamin Hendrik Ticho, MD
Alex Khammar, MD
10436 Southwest Highway, #101
Chicago Ridge, IL 60415
600 Ravinia Place
Orland Park, IL 60462
40 S. Clay St.
Hinsdale, IL 60521-3257
Full-service ophthalmic care facility caring for special needs children and adolescents. Specialties include expertise in visual issues related to education, ocular coordination problems, strabismus, amblyopia, retinopathy or prematurity, genetic ocular diseases, as well as surgical care of pediatric eyelid and facial abnormalities, ptosis, cataracts, glaucoma and tear duct obstruction.
Ages: 0 and up.
Accepts most private insurance and public insurance.
One- to six-week wait list.
Neil N. Margolis, FCOVD
1120 N. Arlington Heights Road, Suite 200
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
Eye care services, including eye exams and vision therapy for children and adolescents with special needs.
Ages: 0 to 18.
Insurance not accepted. Payment plans available.
Cost: $125-$175 (eye exam).
Two-month wait list.
Rush University Medical Center
Nancy Hamming, MD
Diany Morales, MD
David Mittleman, MD
1725 W. Harrison St., Suite 906
Chicago, IL 60612
Provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art treatment for pediatric eye problems. Services include: normal vision care, glasses, glaucoma, cataracts, strabismus, inflammatory conditions, retinopathy, retinoblastoma, and eye cancers.
Ages: 0 and up.
Private and public insurance accepted.
One-month wait list.
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