How can we be your Vision Source today?
You will hear this 'little phrase' when you call our office and we make this invitation very seriously. What a wonderful profession Optometry is...and what an ever changing, ever evolving, ever improving profession it is, as well.
There are two primary things that we do differently in our practice. Emphasis on maintaining our patients' eye health and preventing eye disease is priority number one. Secondly, we will make every effort to educate you about your eyes and vision.
Thank you for visiting our web-site! Our goal is to develop an internet site that will be interesting, educational, and most of all, fun. You’ll find a little something here for all age groups because this is the family of patients that we serve everyday. Hey, come back soon!
Remember that regular eye examinations are the only way to maintain your best possible vision and eye health. Call or email us for an appointment today.
Our practice recently adopted a new Vision Statement...."helping people see and experience life through a better lens." Very candidly, we have the opportunity to serve our precious patients everyday in all kinds of ways. A simple smile, a hug, life encouragement, laughter, or a heartfelt prayer.
Call us today! We stand ready to help and,
As we say around here... Keep Lookin' Up!
Computer Eyestrain and Blue Light
According to recent studies, 60% of people spend as much as 6 hours a day in front of a digital device whether it is a computer, tablet, smartphone or other gadget. All of these devices emit blue light or high-energy visible (HEV) light, which is a known cause of computer vision syndrome, sleep disruptions and possibly other potential dangers to the eyes. Blue light radiation is also emitted from television screens, electronic devices. fluorescent and LED lighting and yes, even the sun.
Diabetes & Diabetic Eye Exams
If you have Diabetes,
you need regular eye exams.
Wilson Eyecare Associates is a
Hi-Tech Diabetic practice. Call us to schedule your eye exam today!
It’s the most important step in maintaining your eye health.