Our 8 optometrists and ABO-certified opticians offer you a comprehensive array of personalized, professional eye health services. You’ll find the latest advances in vision care as well as the most stylish eyeglasses and the newest technology in contact lenses. Our friendly opticians will help you find just the eyeglasses you need, and our doctors will be sure you are comfortable wearing and caring for your new contact lenses. Our commitment to quality has made us a leading provider of optometric vision services in Maine.
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Our optometrists provide comprehensive eye health examinations including glaucoma and cataract testing, computerized peripheral vision testing, and retinal photography.
Our optical shops provide you with complete prescription eyewear services. See us for designer eyewear and the top lines in sunglasses, sports and athletic eyewear, and industrial and safety wear.
Our optometrists follow state-of-the-art contact lens advances that address many problems patients have experienced in the past. And, they often participate in clinical research studies for new lenses and solutions.
Digital eye strain from prolonged computer, tablet and cellphone use may be reduced through special lens designs, powers, tints or coatings to maximize vision and comfort.
Information on common vision problems from our national professional organization, the American Optometric Association. The AOA works to develop clinical tools and best practices to meet the eyecare needs of the public.
We can help with focusing, tracking and other problems in eye alignment through our in-office treatment program. Children’s reading and learning can be affected, and strokes and concussions can also cause visual symptoms.