Ada Vision Center, in Boise, helps people from the city and the surrounding areas who are suffering from vision problems. The clinic includes three optometrists, Todd Noble, Amber Simonson, and Lauren Huber, each of whom has a doctorate in Optometry. Patients can visit Ada Vision Center if they need contact lenses, frames, LASIK surgery, or other optometric services.
Boise, ID(208) 336-2020
Advanced Vision Therapy Center is a Boise-based optometric practice that has been serving patients for more than 25 years. The team includes four experts who can help with visual perceptual issues, processing speed deficits and other developmental issues related to vision. The clinic's specialty is helping people who are suffering from Binocular Vision Dysfunction (BVD), which can cause headaches, eye strain, difficulty reading, and double vision.
Boise, ID(208) 377-1310
Boise Metro area residents can go to Capital Eye Care for new glasses, new contact lenses, or treatment for a range of ocular issues. Terrence J. Reynolds and D.H. Pitkin, both of whom have Doctorates in Optometry, are members of the American Optometric Association and the Southwest Idaho Optometric Association.
Boise, ID(208) 336-7100
ClarifEye Family Eyecare is an eye care clinic in Kuna that has been helping Boise Metro patients since 2002. Dr. Robert D. Grigg and Dr. Lisa Grigg, who jointly own and lead the clinic, both graduated from Boise State University's undergraduate Health Science Program and then received their Doctorates in Optometry from the Southern College of Optometry. Their specialties include pediatrics, dry eye, contact lenses, and surgical treatments.
Kuna, ID(208) 922-3060
Eagle Vision One provides an array of vision care options to patients from all parts of the greater Boise community. Optometric Doctors Aaron Warner, Shawn Sorenson, and Craig Moss can help patients who are suffering from eye conditions and diseases. Additionally, patients can drop by Eagle Vision One for new lens prescriptions, lenses, and frames.
Eagle, ID(208) 938-2015
Fackrell Eye Care is an optometric medical center in Boise, serving patients from all over the region who are seeking vision care. Dr. Wendell Fackrell is a licensed optometrist performing exams, diagnoses, and treatments of all disorders that cause discomfort and vision problems. His background in anatomy and biochemistry helps him recognize when patients have diabetes, hypertension, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. Interested patients can visit the Fackrell Eye Care website to use its interactive lens selection guide.
Boise, ID(208) 658-1068
Focus Vision Therapy Center, in Meridian, is the private practice of Boise Metro optometrist Scott R. Lewis, OD. In addition to being a Doctor of Optometry, Dr. Lewis is a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. A 2005 graduate of the Southern College of Optometry, Dr. Lewis himself grew up suffering from Convergence Insufficiency, which causes headaches difficulty reading. This gives him a unique insight into helping pediatric patients and adults who are suffering from eye-related developmental issues.
Meridian, ID(208) 939-0510
Gem State Family Eyecare, based in Boise, is the private practice of optometrist Jennifer M. Holman. Dr. Holman, who received her Doctorate of Optometry in 2010 from the Southern College of Optometry, is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Idaho Optometric Association. In addition to performing eye exams and ocular treatment procedures at Gem State Family Eyecare, Dr. Holman also donates her time to the local Idaho Lions Foundation Vision Clinic.
Boise, ID(208) 345-6886
At Idaho EyeCare Center, located in Boise, doctors John H. Muto, Matthew A. Muto, and Steve O. Davis perform vision exams, retinal exams, Lasik surgeries, and other ocular corrective procedures. The team includes a group of opticians who can help patients select from a range of designer frames.
Boise, ID(208) 384-9194
Intermountain Eye Centers is a small, regional network of optometric clinics. Patients seeking vision care can go to its Downtown Boise office or its location at the Saint Alphonsus Medical Group. There are additional offices in Meridian, Nampa, and Eagle. Each of the Intermountain Eye Centers' care providers has either a Doctorate in Medicine (MD) or a Doctorate in Optometry (OD).
Boise, ID(208) 373-1200
McNeel Eye Center is an eye care center in Boise helping patients from in and around the city. Services available include eye exams, glaucoma testing and treatment, digital retinal photography (DRP), and surgical and non-surgical care options for treating a range of ocular problems. Additionally, clients visiting McNeel Eye Center can receive functional or cosmetic Botox treatments.
Boise, ID(208) 938-2010
Meridian Family Eye Care is a Meridian-based optometry clinic helping adult patients as well as pediatric patients. Dr. Dan Thieme, who founded the practice in 1995, is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley School of Optometry. He and his staff win high marks from current and former patients, many of whom praise the practice's excellent care as well as its comfortable, friendly environment.
Meridian, ID(208) 888-2200
Optometric Center, PA is a primary eye care practice in Boise, helping patients from all over the city and its suburbs. Services include eye exams, ocular disease treatments, and lens prescriptions. Additionally, patients visiting the Optometric Center can select from a tremendous selection of frames, including models from the brands Diane von Furstenberg, Dragon, Salvatore Ferragamo, Calvin Klein, Valentino, Marc Ecko, and Lacoste.
Boise, ID(208) 375-3871
Paramount Eye Care, located in Meridian, is a Boise Metro vision care center. Leading the staff is Dr. Luke Randall, who founded the practice in 2012. Dr. Randall is a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Optometry, and an involved member of the American Optometric Association and the Idaho Optometric Association. He can work with children as well as adults.
Meridian, ID(208) 258-6200
Paul Bigelow, OD, PC, is a Boise private eyecare practice, serving adults as well as pediatric patients. Dr. Bigelow and his staff can help patients find various vision correction products, including contact lenses, glasses' lenses, and replacement frames. Additionally, Dr. Bigelow can perform an array of specialized eye care procedures, including refractive surgeries, dry eye treatments, and cataract management.
Boise, ID(208) 342-4841
Six One Six Vision Center, based in Eagle, performs eye exams, gives ocular disease treatments and prescribes eyeglasses for people from throughout the Boise Metro. Doctors Ryan Huber, OD, and Lauren Huber, OD are both graduates of the New England College of Optometry. Ryan Huber can help patients seeking contact lenses and those who are suffering from ocular disease, whereas Lauren Huber focuses on working with pediatric patients.
Eagle, ID(208) 514-1858
The Eye Site, in Meridian, examines and treats both children and adults from the greater Boise community who are suffering from eye issues. Colleagues as well as spouses, Dr. Ryan Nielson and Dr. Ana Nielson graduated together from the Illinois College of Optometry in 2002. Ryan Nielson's expertise is in helping patients select contact lenses, including lenses to treat astigmatism and keratoconus. Ana Nielson focuses on diagnosing and managing ocular diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and retinal tears.
Meridian, ID(208) 898-0304
Vision One Boise has been providing vision care to Boise-area patients since 1956. Leading the practice now are Gregory Bodily and Jason Fronk, who joined the team in 2001 and 2003, respectively. Dr. Bodily is an alumnus of the University of California at Berkeley's School of Optometry, and Dr. Fronk received his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Missouri - St. Louis School of Optometry. Each doctor is a member of the Idaho Optometric Association.
Boise, ID(208) 344-2020
Visions Eyehealth Center, located in Nampa, provides eye care services to people from Boise and other nearby cities. Dr. James K. Dean and Dr. Kevin G. Dean both received their Doctorates of Optometry from Pacific University, and each is currently a member of the American Optometric Association as well as the Idaho Optometric Association. Dr. James K. Dean has received the President's Award from the Idaho Optometric Association and has won the Idaho Optometrist of the Year award.
Nampa, ID(208) 467-0003