The proximity of Harrison to Greater Cincinnati area and the Interstate 74 made the small town an attractive option for couples and young families who were looking for a small community to raise their family in. Harrison is constantly growing and so is Opticare Vision Center! We make sure that our eye doctors and staff are always up-to-date with the news and innovations in the optometry world. We implement cutting edge vision testing technologies in order to offer proper eye exams and care for children and adults.
Eye Exams in Harrison, Ohio
Providing supreme eye care and educating our patients about eye health is our motto! When you visit our Harrison optometry practice for the first time, our eye docotrs will go over your eye health history and check your eyes for common eye diseases. If you suffer of diabetes, high blood pressure and other disorders, we would recommend to visit our clinic at least twice a year, so our eye care experts can monitor the impact these conditions may have on your eyes.
Contact Lenses and Eyeglasses
Visit Opticare Vision Center in Harrison, OH for prescription eyeglasses, contact lenses and designer frames for all ages. Feel free to consult our optometrists and opticians about the best eyewear option suitable for your lifestyle and vision needs. We carry a large selection of daily, toric and multi-focal contact lenses by Acuvue, Ciba Vision, CooperVision and Baush & Lomb.
Pediatric Eye Care
When many people think of pediatric eye care, they have an image of a pre-schooler getting his eyes checked before starting first grade. But your child’s first visit to an eye doctor should actually be between the ages of 6 and 12 months. Through InfantSEE program optometrists can assess your baby’s eye health free of change.
If you or your pediatrician see any signs of development delays in eye/body coordination skills, motor skills or reading, you should visit our Harrison optometrist for a pediatric eye exam.
Ocular Diseases Management
Many of our patients, who are in their 40’s or 50’s report that they see much worst then 10 or 20 years ago. That’s a natural process and indeed many eye conditions happen when our eyes age. That’s why it’s crucial to visit your optometrist more frequently when you reach 40’s. Cataracts, macular degeneration or glaucoma are very common eye conditions that can cause a severe vision lose if left untreated. If detected in early stages, these conditions can be managed without any surgery.