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Our Goal is always 100% Patient Satisfaction

Currently, 100% of our patients' surveyed give Yakima Vision Center the highest score of "very satisfied" with their experience. In addition, 100% state that they would recommend us to a friend or family member.

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WELCOME TO YAKIMA VISION CENTER


Home to Our Yakima Optometrist, Dr. Farmer

At Yakima Vision Center, our Yakima optometrist takes immense pride in enhancing our patients' lives with unrivaled eye and vision care service in a welcoming, friendly environment. For nearly 25 years, we have been serving Yakima and the surrounding areas, providing everything from comprehensive eye exams and eyewear to diagnosis, treatment, and management of eye conditions and diseases. Ultimately, our goal is to provide excellent care and to earn 100% satisfaction among our patients.

Feature Articles

Ocular Migraines: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

Ocular migraines are non-permanent, visual disturbances that can have an effect on either one or both of your eyes. Such migraines are usually painless and will sometimes lead to blindness in one eye for a short time usually less than an hour. It is a rare problem, and researchers suggest that its symptoms will manifest as a result of other issues. However, regular ocular migraine attacks can lead to other vision problems referred to as an aura, which involves flashing lights and blind spots. Other terms that are used to describe ocular migraines include eye migraines, ophthalmic migraines, or retinal

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Treatment of Amblyopia, Lazy Eye, or Strabismus

Amblyopia is a medical condition that is commonly referred to as lazy eye. A person with amblyopia will have decreased vision in one or both eyes. This is usually caused in infancy or in childhood due to abnormal development in the eye or eyes. Generally, only one eye is affected, but there are rare cases in which both eyes can be harmed. Fortunately, if amblyopia is caught early in life, it is relatively easy to combat. However, allowing it to go on without treatment can lead to further severe visual disabilities later in life, such as blindness. Symptoms and Signs

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What You Should Know About Age-Related Eye Conditions

You may enjoy good eye health and excellent vision throughout your retirement years, without being affected by significant age-related vision loss. However, aging does present you with an increased risk of eye diseases and other conditions that can impact your vision. You may already have begun to notice, possibly as early as your 40s, that your vision has been gradually changing through the years. You may have increased the strength of your prescription eyeglasses or noticed that traffic lights are increasingly glaring. Here is some information about age-related eye changes to help you in your considerations of ways to protect your eyes from diminishing vision.

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