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We take pride in providing very thorough exams checking for glaucoma, cataracts, diabetes, cholesterol, blood pressure problems, and more. Pre- and Post- cataract surgery and Pre- and Post- LASIK surgery care is also available. Numerous additional eye health services are provided as needed.

Children will love coming to our office as we have a two story children’s play area that they will talk about long after they leave the office. The office has a large selection of very durable as well as stylish children’s frames on display adjacent to the play area.

Many different types of contact lenses are fit in our office, even for people with astigmatism. We especially pride ourselves in fitting contact lenses for people over 40. Not a bifocal…they are better than bifocals. They let you see just as you did before you needed reading glasses!

If contact lenses are not for you, we have a larger selection of designer frames such as OVVO, LightTec, Koali, Nike, Flexon, and more. We even have a special collection of frames that are 22 karat gold and palladium that can be customized with precious stones such as diamonds, rubies, emeralds, or sapphires.

Your total satisfaction with vision care, glasses, or contact lenses is our highest priority.

We care for people… not just eyes!

Call (503) 648-2020 today for an appointment.

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