See the Difference
A visit to our office will show you how our customer service stands head and shoulders above the competition in our area. Make an appointment today for your annual eye exam.
Experience the Difference
We combine traditional vision care practices with the latest ophthalmology technologies to bring you the industry's best eye health care. You won't regret choosing us for your eye health needs.
Feel the Difference
Many people fear going to the doctor, especially children. We'll take the "scary" out of eye exams to help you feel comfortable with the process from start to finish.
Enjoy the Difference
An annual eye exam can be an enjoyable experience at the right office. Our friendly staff will make you feel welcome and help you through the process any way they can.
State-of-the-Art Vision Technology Meets
Good Old Fashioned Customer Service
At Lakewood Eye Center, we take pride in offering our customers excellent eye health care. Our modern equipment helps us accurately measure and analyze your eyes' health. Our superior customer service brings comprehensive yet personalized individual attention from our experienced staff of professionals. Make an appointment for an annual exam and see why our patients return year after year, why they recommend us to their family and friends, and why they say we clearly stand apart from our competitors.
CONTACTS & GLASSES
An annual eye exam will give your doctor the opportunity to determine whether you need contacts or glasses. A prescription to treat myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism or presbyopia may be needed.
An annual eye exam can result in early detection of cataracts, a very common and treatable condition of the lens that makes vision blurry or foggy.
Children and babies have different eye health needs than adults but they also need annual eye exams. Doctors can check for amblyopia, a condition that becomes irreversible once a child is older.
Annual eye exams can be a way for early detection of diabetes. People with this disease can develop diabetic retinopathy, a condition where blood vessels in the retina are damaged and don't perform properly.
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