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We offer a variety of services using state-of-the art diagnostic instrumentation.

While we recommend a yearly comprehensive exam to all our patients, we offer the full range of eye care services. Interested in contact lenses or laser eye surgery? You’ve come to the right place. How about treatment of itchy and dry eyes? You’re covered! Woke up this morning with a red eye? We are your one-stop solution for eye and vision care and we see patients of all ages.

Cataract surgery can change the way that you perceive your world!  Eliminate night driving glare, and sharpen your vision like you’ve never seen before.  We offer cataract surgery consultations and services to determine if this is a good procedure for you. (Learn More)
A comprehensive eye and vision exam is the annual examination where the health and function of the eyes are assessed. At Vista Eye Care, we recommend a complete comprehensive exam each year for children and adults alike. (Learn More)
New designs and materials have changed how contact lenses help our patients’ vision. We offer daily-disposable, multi-focal, two-week replacement, monthly lenses, and colored contacts. We also perform post-operative contact lens fittings, keratoconus lens fittings, and specialty-fit contact lenses. (Learn More)
Diabetes has the potential to affect eye health and vision. Your primary care physician will likely recommend a complete eye exam each year to monitor the health of eyes.  Our doctors will check for diabetic eye disease and report our findings back to your family doctor. (Learn More)
Tears are necessary for maintaining the health of the front surface of the eye, and for providing clear vision. Patients with dry eye either do not produce enough tears, or they produce tears of poor quality. With each blink of the eyelids, tears are spread across the front surface of the eye. (Learn More)
Vista Eye Care is here for you when you need us. Ocular emergencies come about when you least expect them. We can treat your eye emergency both during normal business hours and outside normal business hours, saving your time and money, and getting you treated right away. (Learn More)
Glaucoma is the second-leading cause of blindness in the U.S. It most often occurs in people over age 40, although congenital glaucoma exists. Because the disease can progress or change silently, compliance with eye medications and eye examinations are essential, as treatment may need to be initiated or adjusted. (Learn More)
Refractive surgery has come a long way since its early days. Ask us about the latest treatment options for nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Our doctors will be happy to sit down with you one on one and explain what you can expect from today’s refractive surgery procedures. (Learn More)
Low vision is the area of eye care dedicated to helping patients with reduced vision perform the activities that are important to them.  Patients with a history of glaucoma, macular disease, and trauma can often be helped to read, drive, and watch television. (Learn More)
Rather than just prescribing stronger and stronger glasses each year to nearsighted patients, we are now able to identify, characterize, and slow the progression of myopia. (Learn More)
The American Optometric Association recommends scheduling a baby’s first eye exam at six months of age. For those patients not covered by vision insurance, Vista Eye Care offers no-cost eye and vision assessments for patients between six and twelve months of age through the American Optometric Association’s InfantSEE program. (Learn More)
The best way to achieve a lifetime of health eyes and great vision is to monitor for early disease so that it can be efficiently treated when needed.  Glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, diabetic eye disease, and retinal disease are all easier to manage when diagnosed early. (Learn More)
We offer regular testing of retinal health for toxicity from systemic medications.  Medications such as hydroxychloroquine can cause maculopathy which can affect your vision.  Testing for toxicity is easy and our doctors will communicate their findings with your endocrinologist or rheumatologist. (Learn More)

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Vista Eye Care

13695 Colorado Blvd. Thornton, CO 80602
Phone: (303) 450-2020
Fax: (303) 920-1440

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