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Located in the Mill Creek Clinic Building

Mill Creek Vision - Your Eye Clinic in Mill Creek, Washington

Eye Care Since 1983

Our services and products include myopia control, 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 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, Maui Jim, and Zeiss. We also recommend and prescribe contact lenses with a proven reputation of safety and quality like Alcon, Bausch & Lomb, Coopervision, and Johnson & Johnson (Vistakon).

As we face new concerns regarding Coronavirus, Mill Creek Vision is taking great efforts to ensure your comfort. We continue to disinfect all of our surfaces and make sure that social distancing is kept in respect to both your safety and health. Refer to the CDC website for contact lens wear and care tips.

If you have expired contact lenses or are in need of new glasses, you can still get help. We are here to direct you as best as possible. Please continue to practice good hygiene at home by washing your hands, cleaning your frames and make sure you have the proper supply to get by.

We encourage you to continue checking our blog for news and tips. Optometrists provide essential needs and we hope to see you soon.

Washing AND Sanitizing. More than SARS-CoV-2

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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).

With the Tearlab System* your eye doctor takes a tiny sample of tears to measure the osmalarity level, which aids in diagnosing dry eye.

Whether you wear daily, weekly or monthly disposables, or conventional (vial) lenses, check out our selection of lenses that fit your needs.

In 2017 We Expanded Our Pediatric Services. Our specialty eye care services now include pediatric, binocular vision, vision training, and myopia control exams.

Reviews
Woman smiling, wearing contact lenses
The staff at Mill Creek Vision were more than helpful. I was able to be seen in short notice and at my visit given excellent service. Jessica (glasses/contacts specialist) was great at finding me frames and able to tell me what options I have in my insurance coverage. Kristina was very nice and helpful with my checkup and explaining throughout the exam what each step was for. The doctor was very informative and great with diagnosing my vision. I am happy I went with Mill Creek Vision and will be telling friends and family to visit them. Thanks for your...
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- Chase F.
Mother and daughter fighting eye allergies

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. http://optomap.com/

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