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VisionFirst accepts most major medical and vision insurance plans.
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"I’ve always had a great experience at VisionFirst! The staff is absolutely awesome and extremely nice. Their designer frames are high quality and very stylish. I would highly recommend them to anybody!"
- Britney R.
"I have worn glasses my entire life and VisionFirst was the first optician office which made me feel confident in their doctors and selection of frames and lenses. Their customer service is excellent and they treat everyone like family!"
- Charlie O.
"The staff at Vision First is very knowledgeable and professional! The entire office was very organized and we didn’t have to wait very long to be seen. Thank you Vision First!"
- Amanda T.
"All of the doctors at Visionfirst are very kind and thorough. They take time to answer all of your questions and help you understand any concerns you may have. I would recommend Visionfirst to anyone looking for better eyecare!"
- Russ R.
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VisionFirst has the greatest selection of frames and lenses available online. We offer the following online features:
Not sure what frames to pick? Our virtual Try-On program lets you try out frames before you buy!
Our frame selection is curated for your lifestyle. With timeless selections and latest trends, we have something for you.
Note: Name-brand frames are only available in-office
Whether you're looking for a backup pair or want frames that are cost-conscious while not sacrificing style, we have something to offer.
VisionFirst is proud to have a selection of the world's top brands
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Articles & Videos
What’s the difference between a student vision screening and a comprehensive eye exam? At the start of school, parents may receive a reminder from VisionFirst regarding a Back-to-School eye exam. While a complete eye exam is needed to enter Kindergarten, many parents may think a full exam is not needed for older school children because the student will be tested in the fall at their school. This type of school testing is referred to as a vision screening and is quite different from a comprehensive eye exam provided at VisionFirst.
Understanding cataractsJune is Cataract Awareness Month. Cataracts are the leading cause of vision loss in the United States, and there are 24 million Americans over the age of 40 who are affected by cataracts. Because this condition affects so many, we want our patients to be aware of the symptoms and know that VisionFirst is here to help.
Aging eyes and presbyopiaThe older you get, the harder it can be to see clearly. As you age, the lenses of your eyes become less flexible. That’s called presbyopia, and it makes it more difficult to focus on things up close, like reading a menu or texting.