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  • Retinoblastoma
    Retinoblastoma is a rare form of cancer.  It is almost exclusively found in young children.  The pupil appears white or pink in a flash photo.   It starts in the Read more
  • The Effects of Blue Light on Eyes
    We are spending more time every day staring at screens, like our Tv's, laptops, smartphones and electronic devices which exposes us to blue light.  The latest Nielsen polls show adults Read more
  • Dr. Bob's Blog
    Glasses are a fashionable item now.    But here are some tips and tricks for those of us that have to wear them. When left in the heat your frames can Read more
  • Dr. Bob's Blog
    You have booked your eye examination!.  What do you need to bring to your appointment. 1.  You need to bring your current glasses that you have been wearing and if your Read more
  • DR. BOB'S BLOG
    You just had your eye examined and your Optometrist hands you a piece of paper with your prescription on it. Here is what all those numbers mean.O.D.  stands for oculus dexter Read more
  • DR.BOB'S BLOG
    Have you ever wondered what the PD measurement is??The PD or pupillary distance is the distance measurement between the centers of your two eyes.  It is measured in millimeters.  This Read more
  • DR. BOB'S BLOG
    Has your teenager been asking about contact lenses??  Maybe their friend just got contacts? Or they are playing sports and do not want to have to wear their glasses while Read more
  • DR. BOB'S BLOG
    Low vision is a loss of eyesight that cannot be improved with conventional glasses, contact lenses or surgical intervention.  Low vision interferes with a person's ability to perform their everyday Read more
  • DR. BOB'S BLOG
    Spring is here!  We need to think about wearing our sunglasses on those sunny days! The UV rays from the sun are invisible and are most intense from April to Read more
  • DR. BOB'S BLOG
    Glaucoma is often referred to as the "silent  thief" of vision loss. Glaucoma is caused by elevated pressure in the eye that damages the optic nerve.  It is one of Read more
  • DR. BOB'S BLOG
    Wondering what the black thread like blob is floating around in your vision!It is called a floater.  A floater is a gel like substance in the back of the eye Read more
  • DR.BOB'S BLOG
    The Two O'sOptometrist:Your Optometrist is your primary eye care provider.  They examine your eyes for both vision and health.  The Optometrist can provide medication to treat and prevent eye disease Read more
  • DR.BOB'S BLOG
    Have you experienced blurred vision, stinging, gritty and scratchy eyes! These are all symptoms of dry eye.  Dry eye occurs when your eyes do not produce enough tears or have poor Read more
  • DR.BOB'S BLOG
    Have you ever grabbed your t- shirt to wipe away that smudge that is on your glasses?  Well, its easier than you think to clean your glasses properly.  You don't Read more
  • DR. BOB'S BLOG
    It is summer and contact lens wearer's may be wanting to swim at the lake or in a pool to cool down on a hot day. But it is not Read more
  • DR. BOB'S BLOG
    Your contact lens case! When is the last time you changed yours!The case can harbor harmful bacteria if not taken care of properly.Rinse it daily with contact lens solution and let Read more


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October 19
November 2nd
November 16th
November 30th
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

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4 boxes of Air Optix contact lenses for $103.00. ($25.75 a box -6 lenses) after mail-in-rebate of $50.00.
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*We are open two Saturdays a month.

Monday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

*9:00 am-*1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed