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Columbia Vision Center, Your Optometry
Team in Seattle

If you're looking for quality eye care where you can work with an optometrist who understands your needs, our team at Columbia Vision Center is here to help. We know how important your eye health is for performing your daily activities. By providing professional and personalized optometry services, we offer our patients in and around the Seattle area quality eye care at any stage of life. We'll work with you to address whatever vision issues you're experiencing and ensure you can maintain optimal eye health for years to come.

An Eye Exam Is the First Step

The first step on your eye care journey toward better vision is visiting our optometrists for an eye exam. Getting an exam doesn't take long, and it's easy to do. We understand that you may be busy and will work with you on an appointment that meets your needs and fits your schedule. Our eye exams help us understand your current eye health and if you're experiencing any type of vision issue that needs addressing. Our eye exams ensure that you stay in control of your eye health for better peace of mind.

Seeing If Glasses or Contacts Are Right for You

If your exam shows that your vision is as sharp as it should be, glasses or contact lenses may be the best way to improve it. Many of our patients choose eyeglasses since they're easy to use, and there are plenty of stylish frame options available at our office. We also offer various coatings for eyeglasses to ensure your lenses are well protected and improve your vision. If you are looking to improve your vision but don't want to wear glasses, our Seattle office also provides a wide range of different contact lenses.

More Than Just a Vision Exam

Not only can we improve your vision, but our optometrists can check for any health problems during an annual eye exam. Many eye diseases do not have any noticeable symptoms in their early stages and can only be discovered during an eye exam. Annual eye exams give you access to the services and information you need to maintain your eye health. Our eye doctors can answer any questions you may have and help you feel more confident in finding the best treatment for your eye-related condition.

Contact Us for Your Next Eye Exam in Seattle

If you're in the Seattle area, reach out to us at Columbia Vision Center for more information about our eye exams, eyeglasses, and other eye care options. We're happy to help, and we want to make sure you're getting the knowledge you need to keep your eyes healthy. By working with us, you can enjoy better vision and have the peace of mind that goes along with good eye health. 


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All Visits By Appointment Only

Monday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday:

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