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We strive to continually educate, update and invest in our employees, physicians, and clinics in order to provide our patients with exceptional care. Our eye care professionals are devoted to helping our patients achieve complete vision wellness through medical eye examination, treatment or advanced optical solutions. We believe our patients deserve the excellence in care and service which our clinics strive to deliver through every patient interaction.
Our optometrist serves patients in the communities of Lancaster, St. Johnsbury, Montpelier and the surrounding areas. By operating in three different locations with different doctors at each location, we make vision care convenient for our patients. This helps us reach a larger portion of the population, which in turn helps us to achieve our goals. In addition, our six optometrists have a range of experience that helps us administer proper treatment for eye conditions. We offer the best care and greatest range of skill in the area.
Our office provides services including but not limited to:
With a wonderful selection of frames, sunglasses, and contact lenses, we work with you to achieve the best possible solution for all your visual needs. We not only assess your vision but the best options to optimize your vision while working within your budget. With designer frames, electronic eyewear, special package pricing, and the latest digital lenses, we are able to achieve the perfect individual solution for you.
Three Locations – One Vision
We believe that good eye health and vision are critical for living a fulfilling life. That's why we provide expert eye exams to the people of Lancaster, St. Johnsbury and Montpelier. By checking eyesight for each patient on a regular basis, we help improve the quality of life for our patients.
From driving to studying, reading, and typing, all these activities require good eyesight. In fact, eyesight is so critical that maintaining healthy eyes can contribute to overall success in the workplace and beyond.
Eye exams aren't the only service we provide for our patients. Taking care of our patient's eyes is a big job. We provide critical vision care services like emergency care, pediatric examinations, contact lens fitting and glaucoma management. This means that our patients always have somewhere to go when they experience problems like eye emergencies and symptoms of eye diseases. Our capable and caring eye doctors have expertise in areas ranging from diabetic complications to trauma, pediatrics and ocular disease management.
Our mission is to educate and update our patients with the best, most accurate information about eye health and eyesight. When our patients come in for an eye exam, we answer questions they may have about their symptoms and eye health. This helps us spread the word about vision care so all our patients know that seeing the optometrist is the fastest and most effective way to maintain good eyesight.
Our six optometrists are dedicated to the task of ensuring quality eye care for the people of Lancaster, St. Johnsbury and Montpelier. We encourage all our patients to get eye exams from the eye doctor annually, starting from age 6 months old. For more information about how you can maintain your eye health and good vision, contact us at any one of our three convenient locations.
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