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  • Annual Year-End Frame Sale

    Our annual Year-End Frame Sale begins on Friday, November 26th! This year, we are clearing out 20% of our frame inventory which means extra savings to you, and an excellent opportunity to spend your HSA and FSA on those prescription glasses and sunglasses you’ve wanted.

    Continue Reading November 25, 2021

  • We are happy to announce the availability of Upneeq, which is a novel, medical (vs. surgical) resource to manage those with low lying lids, otherwise known as acquired ptosis (“toe-sis”).  If you are interested in lifting your upper lids safely and non-surgically, please click here to make an appointment for an evaluation with one of […]

    Continue Reading November 13, 2021

  • The Curious Eye

    Color vision deficiency (CVD), otherwise known as color blindness, can be difficult to catch in kids. Neither schools nor most physicians’ offices screen for CVD, despite it affecting one in 12 males and one in 200 females globally. To meet the demand for early CVD diagnoses, the Children’s Eye Foundation of the American Academy of Pediatric […]

    Continue Reading September 29, 2021

  • VOSH NW Summer Potluck

    Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH) is an international optometric philanthropic organization which provides eye care worldwide to populations who can neither afford or access such care.    VOSH NW is the local chapter of VOSH International, whose members (in addition to optometric care internationally and locally) collect donated glasses and gather monthly to verify […]

    Continue Reading September 22, 2021