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Eye Exams - Glasses - Optometrist
Mill Creek Vision

Expert Eye Care Since 1983

Our services and products include myopia management, vision (concussion, eye tracking, and amblyopia) therapy, dry eye (diagnosis, prevention, and management), glaucoma (diagnosis and care), diabetic eye disease examinations and prevention, and CVS (computer vision syndrome) care with both vision therapy and NeuroLens examinations and therapy, and cataract and macular degeneration diagnosis and prevention.

We carry the latest designer frames and state-of-the-art lenses. We have computer glasses and designer sunglasses in Mill Creek.

We are a Vision Service Plan Premier clinic and have the best quality eyeglass frame selection (over 1,000) in Mill Creek. We recommend eyeglass lenses with a proven reputation of quality like Essilor, Hoya, and Zeiss. We prescribe contact lenses with a proven reputation of safety and quality like Alcon, Bausch & Lomb, Coopervision, and Johnson & Johnson (Vistakon).

Our opticians are experienced in the differences between lens design optics from one brand to another. They are not required to use just one brand like many optical vendors. They have the freedom to choose what is best for our patients! Our optical is proud to offer over 1000+ frame choices, with experience as providers for optical services for 38 years!

If you have expired contact lenses or are in need of new glasses, we are here to help.

We also offer NeuroLens for computer vision syndrome & on-site lens edging for many lens prescriptions. We encourage you to check our blog for news and tips. Optometrists provide essential needs and we hope to see you soon.

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We are one of few clinics in the area north of Seattle with a NeuroLens instrument to aid in the treatment of Migraines and CVS (computer vision syndrome).

Lumenis OptiLight for Dry Eye

Now offering OptiLight therapy at Mill Creek Vision.

Contact Lenses

Whether you wear daily, weekly or monthly disposables, or conventional (vial) lenses, we have lenses to fit your needs.

Treehouse Myopia Management

Treehouse Eyes eye doctors use specialized equipment to develop a unique & personalized treatment plan for your child.

Our Doctor took grate care with our exams. We would highly recommend her.
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One of the first in Seattle to offer Oasys MAX 1-Day contact lenses.

Introducing the first and only contact lens to combine TearStable™ Technology and OptiBlue™ Light Filter, to help deliver MAX comfort and MAX clarity*1 for all-day performance. Life demands more, life demands MAX.

Even Dr. Arima himself is wearing this brand with great comfort!

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Let our opticians help you see and look your best with the highest quality lens optics and eyeglass frames.
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We use the best instruments for patient care like the new Optomap California instrument. This laser camera assists in preventive eye care since it compliments eye drop exams and early detection of inner eye diseases. It also enables us to keep an image of the inside (retina) of the eye for the monitoring of changes inside the eye as we age.

We have been serving the Mill Creek and South Snohomish/North King County area since 1983.

Read Our Eye Care Blog

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6 Practical Ways To Prevent Myopia From Worsening In Children

Has your kid been diagnosed with shortsightedness? Here are realistic ways to prevent myopia from worsening in children. Read on for more.

Dry Eye Syndrome Can Be More Harmful Than You Think

Dry eye syndrome can cause more severe problems than just eye discomfort. Left untreated, it can lead to chronic inflammation and vision loss.

The Link Between High Myopia and Serious Eye Diseases

High myopia – severe nearsightedness – is associated with an increased risk of serious eye diseases such as retinal detachment, glaucoma, and cataracts.