At Vision Professionals, Drs. Chris Smiley, Jaclyn Paskiet, and Valerie Gardner combine their areas of expertise to provide patients with comprehensive ocular care. As director of the on-site specialty contact-lens clinic, Dr. Smiley specializes in difficult-fit contacts for patients with rare eye diseases or complex prescriptions. He also provides vision rehabilitation for conditions such as keratoconus and severe dry eye. In the on-site pediatric and binocular-vision clinic, Dr. Paskiet performs infant exams and works with pint-sized patients to help make picture books less blurry but just as edible. Dr. Gardner welcomes patients of all ages, and boasts experience in the treatment of glaucoma and other retinal diseases, as well as comanagement of laser vision-correction and cataract surgery. After the vision specialists decipher prescriptions, their optical-boutique team helps patients select fashionable frames by designers including Burberry, Tag Heuer, Tommy Hilfiger, and Nike.
Good vision doesn't just help people read street signs or recognize faces across a room; it affects the way that humans perceive the world. The eye care professionals at Northwest Vision Center keep this weighty thought in mind every time they call up a new vision chart. Whether the docs are updating prescriptions or hunting down sources of unexplained vision problems, their exams are as comprehensive as they are convenient. Once eyes get a clean bill of health, patients can also search for new specs from the center's extensive selection of eyewear.
Dr. Cynthia J. Premeaux](http://gr.pn/yzc0Xf) hones her clients’ eyesight at Premier Vision after spending four years as an optometric technician in the Air Force and graduating from Ohio State University with the Patient Care Excellence Award. Dr. Premeaux helps eyes stay safe with corrective and preventive care that includes eye exams, glaucoma evaluations, vision therapy, and instruction in proper wink form. As an InfantSEE provider, the doctor performs free eye exams on infants between 6 and 12 months old.
Having both graduated from The Ohio State University's College of Optometry, Drs. Jacob Olding and Andy Feltz foster eye health with a variety of ocular services, including eye exams, contact fittings, and eye-disease treatments. Their shop features Gucci, Coach, and Kate Spade frames, and a Smart Mirror machine retains your image for side-by-side comparisons of several frame choices. Beyond their practice at Professional Eye Care at Westar, Dr. Feltz volunteers in Jamaica and both doctors participate in the InfantSEE program that strives to secure vision assessments for infants regardless of their family's income, insurance, or winking dexterity.
More than 700 frames await clientele at Optical Fashions, a local institution whose licensed optometrists have been correcting the vision of area eyes for more than 50 years. Still headquartered in Beavercreek, the company now operates outposts throughout the Miami Valley with the same focus on long-term patient satisfaction that helped them succeed in the first place. At six convenient locations, doctors diagnose potential eyesight issues and help patients choose the most suitable lenses, which the staff processes on-site in their technology-packed optical lab. These lenses fit snugly into frames from the shops' expansive selections, which include brands ranging from Juicy Couture and Project Runway to Gant and Ernest Hemingway.
Stanton Optical treats shoppers to a selection of more than 3,000 frames from designers such as BCBG, Coach, Tommy Hilfiger, and Calvin Klein. Their optometric physicians calibrate fresh prescriptions before patients browse the wealth of frames and then select from brands of lenses such as Sola, Zeiss, and Transitions, which alternate between clear and tinted to protect eyes from sun rays and help them absorb the zinc found in moon rays. For those who prefer frame-free faces, Stanton Optical also outfits eyes with contacts by Acuvue and Bausch + Lomb.