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5 Reasons why it is great to see an Eye Doctor located within or next to a LensCrafters


  1. Emergency Eye Care

Available when you need it.

  1. The optometrist next to you local LensCrafters is a highly trained eye doctor.

The eye doctors that work next to or within LensCrafters are trained doctors of optometry. Your eye doctor next to or inside of a LensCrafters went to the same colleges of optometry, took the same classes, past the same state and national boards as private practice doctors.

  1. The optometrist in your local LensCrafters provides ‘pure eye-care’.

No one is going to try and sell you on glasses or lenses that you do not need. The optometrists associated with LensCrafters are independent of Lenscrafters and receive no incentive or pressure to sell eyewear or contact lenses. This allows the doctor to recommend what’s best for you.

  1. Top Technology

Doctors connected to LensCrafters have less overhead costs so they can invest in the latest technology. Many, like Dr. Keith Dennis, have equipment that doctors in private practice cannot invest in. This advanced equipment allows the doctors to detect conditions early to help prevent loss of vision.

  1. Trained in the detection and management of eye diseases.

Your eye doctor located within a Lenscrafters treats and manages diseases such as diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, dry eyes, as well as providing routine eye exams and contact lens fittings. They will keep your primary care doctor aware of any eye conditions you have.

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Due to the recent outbreak of COVID19 our office is temporarily closed to non-urgent care. As we want to ensure the safety of all of our patients and staff, we are limiting our care to patients with essential and emergent care only. We will have a limited number of staff available during the hours of 11 am to 3 pm Mon.–Sat to help with contact lens orders and pick ups and to triage any patient emergencies by phone. We appreciate your understanding and wish you and your family to stay safe and healthy during these difficult and uncertain times.

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