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  • Holiday Hours
    Have a safe and happy holiday weekend!  Emergencies:  Dr. on-call information posted on office door. Read more
  • CLOSED for Memorial Day
    Have a safe and happy holiday weekend! Read more
  • Specks, dots and cobwebs in your vision.
    "Doc, I have these specks or dots in my vision...what are these things?"This is a question both Dr. Fose and myself get asked often in practice.Luckily, these small specks and Read more
  • Happy New Year!
     We will be CLOSED Monday January 1st to usher in the new year. Read more
  • Happiest of holidays!
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  • Give Thanks
    We will be closed Thursday, Friday, and Saturday to spend time with our families and give thanks for the many blessings in our lives. Enjoy your holiday! Read more
  • Labor Day
    We will be closed Monday, September 4th in observance of Labor Day!  Wishing you a safe and happy holiday! Read more
  • Vision and Learning: ages 6-18
    Photo by JJ Thompson on UnsplashArticle by American Optometric AssociationA child needs many abilities to succeed in school. Good vision is a key. Reading, writing, chalkboard work, and using computers Read more
  • Memorial Day Hours
    We will be closed Saturday and  Monday to Honor those that gave their lives to preserve our freedoms. Read more
  • Earth Day is April 22nd
    Want to go GREEN with your old eyewear?  Here are a few simple ways to reduce waste and recycle eyewear and eyecare products.1. Donate your old eyewear!  We have a collection box Read more
  • Overcoming Dry Irritated Eyes
    Dr. Strong discusses dry, red eyes.  Visit our website for more information and to schedule an appointment. Read more
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    Stop by our booth and check our our #BOGO suns promotion! Read more
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    Stop by our booth and check out our #BOGO suns promotion!  #rayban #toryburch Read more
  • Protect Your Peepers!
    Protect Your Peepers!It’s heating up! Summer is just around the corner. That means it’s time to bust out the shorts, tank tops, and swimsuits!  And remember sunscreen! According to the Read more
  • One Year Down! Thanks for Your Support.
    We'd like to wish a big Thank You to everyone who made it out for our one-year anniversary and ribbon cutting ceremony! It's been a great year with a lot Read more
  • Winter is coming!
    Fall is finally here!, but, WINTER IS COMING.  Be prepared to get your sunglasses for the blinding snow! Read more

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