The Vision Centers’ optometrists offer a variety of dry eye treatment
options at our 4 Las Vegas offices!
Why Choose Us?
- We offer same day and walk-in appointments for your convenience.
- We offer four convenient locations throughout the valley.
- We have the best-trained and friendliest staff that is devoted to your care.
- We offer state of the art eye exams with Optomap retinal scans.
- We have a large selection of designer eyewear at great prices. Whether you are a fashionista or a frugal shopper – we have something for everyone.
Comprehensive Eye Exams, High-Fashion Eyeglasses,
and the Latest Contact Lenses in Las Vegas
What exactly sets The Vision Centers apart from any other eye care facility in Las Vegas? It’s actually incredibly simple! We possess a driven and unwavering commitment to providing you with both quality glasses and professional optometric service that always exceeds your expectations.
Our Mission Statement is to help you look great and see your best. Every one of our four (4) stores in the greater Las Vegas area (Summerlin, Seven Hills, Northwest & Southwest) is prepared to fully meet and surpass your eyewear and eye care expectations.
We pride ourselves on being there for our patients, no matter if you are coming in for a routine eye exam, a new pair of frames or custom fitted contact lenses. We really do love what we do and specialize in taking the best care of your eyes.
We at The Vision Centers truly care about the overall health of your eyes. Our customers are satisfied with the level of quality service that they can be sure to receive with every visit. This is coupled with extremely competitive rates that are able to meet the needs of any budget. We are happy to have the opportunity to serve our customers with an eye exam facility with latest technology and equipment with true dedication. Our friendly staff is committed to attending to all of your questions, concerns and visual needs. We would love the opportunity to give you clear vision and reliable service.
UV rays are harmful to your vision and skin so with polarized sunwear you get the benefit of blocking UV rays and some effects of outdoor weather, such as drying of your skin, as well as direct air conditioning in your car!
Ask your Vision Center eye doctor about polarized sunglasses today!
Blue Light Protection
Blue light is emitted from electronic devices such as computers, tablets, and smartphones. Although we enjoy these conveniences as part of our every day lives, there is some concern as to the effect blue light has on our eye health. Specialty lenses, such as the Crizal Prevencia, selectively filter out blue light, which improves visual comfort and reduces eyestrain caused by extensive time in front of electronic devices. To find out more, call your Vision Center
eye doctor today!
The Vision Centers - Las Vegas Dry Eye Specialists
Q&A with Dr. Podloski
Dr. Podloski Answers Your Eyecare Questions
What is the difference between dry eyes and red eyes?
Dry eye syndrome is characterized by itchy, red, dry feeling eyes that do not get better unless professional medical help is obtained.Red eyes are generally not as worrisome as dry eye syndrome and you shouldn’t worry too much about them. In most cases, red eyes are caused by allergens or foreign substances, which can cause your eyes to become irritated. Small blood vessels throughout your eyes then become inflamed and enlarged, becoming much more visible and turning your eyes a reddish hue. This is where the term “red eyes” comes from.
What is Presbyopia?
Presbyopia is a common vision problem for those around the age of 40. It’s an age-related process that is associated with the natural lens inside the eye losing some of its flexibility or elasticity. Today, Presbyopia is treated with bifocals or progressive lenses.
Multifocal Contact Lenses: The Next Solution For You!
Do you have presbyopia and are tired of how your bi or tri-focals make you look so many years older? Maybe you want to enjoy the advantages of contacts, but also want to be able to ditch your reading glasses when reading or writing? Multifocal contact lenses may be exactly what you are looking for.
Progressive Frames or LASIK: Which Would You Choose?
Most people at age 40 plus begin to show signs of presbyopia (nearsightedness). Solutions for presbyopia include progressive lenses such as multifocal eyeglasses, multifocal contact lenses, artificial lenses — and now, multifocal LASIK eye surgery. To help decide which choice is right for you contact your Vision Center eye doctor today!