Areas Served at Yakima Vision Center
If you’re looking for an optometrist that treats those across Yakima, including West Valley, Terrace Heights, and Selah, look no further than Yakima Vision Center. Whether you’re overdue for a routine eye exam, you need to buy contact lenses, or you think you may be suffering from a vision affliction, our trained team of optometrists, including Dr. Ward and Dr. Farmer, can diagnose and treat you.
What to Expect During a Routine Eye Exam in West Valley?
If it’s been a while or you’ve switched eye doctors, you may be curious about what you’re in for when you get a routine eye and vision exam in the West Valley area. There’s no need to worry. Dr. Ward and Dr. Farmer administer many of these exams every single day.
The exams are actually to your benefit. If you’re at risk of developing serious vision conditions, a routine vision check can pick up on some symptoms or signs. If these eye conditions are caught and diagnosed right away, Dr. Ward or Dr. Farmer can create a treatment plan right then and there. This can save long-term vision as well as years of painful vision symptoms.
Curious which conditions your West Valley optometrist can catch with these exams? Here’s a short list:
- Binocular vision
- Refractive errors
- Diabetic retinopathy
- High cholesterol
- High blood pressure
Where to Buy Contact Lenses Near Terrace Heights?
Sometimes, for reasons of aesthetics or lifestyle, you don’t want to wear glasses. They can sometimes get in the way. Maybe you want to make the switch to contacts. Perhaps you’ve just been told you need glasses or contacts for the first time and you’ve chosen the latter.
Yakima Vision optometric team can get you fitted for a variety of contacts. Whether you prefer the soft or more rigid kinds, we stock all your favorite brands.
What Are Some Common Problems Affecting the Eyes Near Selah?
Are you wondering which vision problems may be affecting your eyes? If you’re in the Selah area and you want to find out, Yakima Vision care administers a myriad of services and treatments for many vision conditions.
- Computer vision syndrome
- Pink eye or conjunctivitis
- Vision allergies
- Dry eye
- Giant papillary conjunctivitis
If you believe you have one or more of these conditions, you should set up your appointment at Yakima Vision Care at your earliest convenience. Remember, not all these conditions manifest symptoms, so be smart and come see our optometrists.
Need Vision Care? Come to Yakima Vision Center
If you’re ready to prioritize your vision care, we urge you to come to Yakima Vision Center. You can book your appointment by giving us a call at (509) 965-5200 or stopping by our office location, Yakima Vision Care on 2010 West Lincoln Avenue, Suite 1.
We look forward to seeing you soon!