All your vision problems can be checked out at the best of the best at Sammamish's Occhio Optometry.
Whether you're looking for new contacts or a new pair of specs, Occhio Optometry has it all.
Patrons can choose to charge their bill, as Occhio Optometry welcomes the use of most major credit cards.
Occhio Optometry understands that vision problems can arise out of nowhere so give the office a call today and get your name on the books.
For high-quality optical care in the heart of Sammamish, check out Eyes On The City.
New to the world of glasses and contacts? Don't fret! Eyes On The City has stylish glasses and contacts for all of your vision and style needs.
This vision center happily accepts walk-in appointments for your convenience.
Give your eyes the attention they deserve. Make an appointment today at Eyes On The City.
If you're seeking quality optical care, Issaquah Vision Source in Issaquah is a prime choice.
Issaquah Vision Source offers nurturing and beneficial healthcare services and treatments, including medical checkups.
Enjoy a pair of designer frames, contact lenses, or prescription sunglasses at Issaquah Vision Source.
This vision center in Issaquah is walk-in friendly, making it a hit for frequent salon-goers.
Along with cash payments, this establishment also allows customers to pay by major credit card.
Issaquah Vision Source is just steps away from a parking lot.
The staff at Issaquah Vision Source takes your vision seriously so book your next appointment today.
Due for a new prescription? Head on over to Pearle Vision in Issaquah for all of your personal eye care needs.
You'll be happy you chose Pearle Vision for all your lenses needs. From frames to contacts, they have it all.
All services are offered by appointment only at this vision center.
When you come to Pearle Vision, you can leave the cash at home. All major credit cards accepted and welcomed.
Don't let blurry vision keep you from the things you love. Get your next eye exam at Pearle Vision.
Meet the Surgeon: Kent Leavitt, MD
A good surgeon knows his limitations, and Dr. Kent Leavitt of Bellevue LASIK & Cataract Center doesn’t walk patients down a treatment path that isn’t going to be effective. Case and point: he rejects about 10% of his applicants for LASIK surgery—but he doesn’t give up on them. Instead, the ophthalmologist recommends a different approach for their vision-care needs. Here’s more on the doctor’s background.
Number of LASIK procedures performed: 20,000 and counting
Other areas of expertise: cataract surgery, corneal transplant, and eye disease
How he sees things clearly: Dr. Leavitt had LASIK done on his own eyes.
Where he cut his surgical chops: The University of Michigan Medical School, then fellowships at Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia
What he does when not in the surgery room: Dr. Leavitt teaches as a clinical instructor, consults for medical organizations, and writes articles for ophthalmology journals.
If you're willing to let someone operate on your eyes with a laser, what's the one thing they better have? Steady hands are important, sure, but how about experience? All told, The LASIK Vision Institute's doctors have performed more than one million eye surgeries at 68 locations nationwide. Across its network, the company has independent veteran surgeons who are all LASIK experts.
Technology has played a major role in LVI’s success, as well. Each location relies on FDA-approved laser technology that results in minimal discomfort and short recovery times, in addition to helping many patients see 20/20 or better.