Welcome to Eagle Vision Eye Clinic in Longmont

The staff at Eagle Vision Eye Clinic and our optometrists Dr. Forrest, Dr. Gabriel, Dr. Potter, and Dr. Wray welcome you to Eagle Vision Eye Clinic serving all Longmont and surrounding area residents. Our goals are to make sure your eyes are healthy and your eyesight is as nearly perfect as possible and that we provide personalized, one-on-one attention for all your eye care needs. We also use only the most advanced optometry equipment available to diagnose and treat all types of vision and eye disorders. Stop by and visit our staff anytime or call to schedule your next eye exam today with an experienced optometrist.

Services Provided at Eagle Vision Eye Clinic

Eye Examinations

Whether you, your child or grandparent needs an eye exam, we offer comprehensive eye and vision evaluations that accommodate all ages. In addition to a history review, eye exam patients receive a series of eye and vision tests, eye movement and focusing assessments and an in-depth analysis of general eye health. Following an eye exam, your Eagle Vision Longmont optometrist will talk to you about additional tests needed to properly diagnose eye conditions or diseases. Call our center today at (303) 651-2020 to schedule an appointment.

Contact Lenses

If you are diagnosed with a refractive error such as nearsightedness, astigmatism or farsightedness but do not want to wear eyeglasses, we offer contact lenses to address all vision and eye needs. Types of contact lenses include extended wear disposable, extended wear, daily wear soft contacts, planned replacement and rigid gas permeable lenses. Your optometrist can help you decide which kind of contacts best suit your needs following a contact lens exam.

Scleral Lenses: The Solution for Distorted Corneas

Scleral lenses have been life-changing for many of our patients with corneal irregularities due to high astigmatism, keratoconus, and corneal injuries or surgery. Click the video above to learn more!

LASIK

Laser assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) is an outpatient procedure involving modification of corneal tissue to correct refractive errors. People opting for LASIK may reduce or even eliminate their need to wear glasses or contact lenses. Our Longmont optometrists offer preoperative and postoperative LASIK exams for patients interested in having LASIK treatment. Call Eagle Vision Eye Clinic at (303) 651-2020 to schedule an exam to see whether you would be a good candidate for LASIK.

Computer Vision Treatment

If you work behind a computer all day or spend hours using your tablet or smart phone, you may develop symptoms of computer vision syndrome, such as blurry vision, eye strain, headaches, dry eyes and general eye discomfort. We can diagnose and treat your condition by adjusting your eyewear prescription or discovering undetected vision/eye health problems needing attention. Specially designed eye glasses are available for people with normal vision who suffer from computer vision syndrome. We also offer lens prescriptions to help reduce eye strain due to computer use.

Vision Therapy

Vision therapy helps patients see and process information better by performing specific visual exercises with a qualified optometrist. Essentially, it’s like physical therapy for your eyes, focusing on skills like improving eye movement control and eye coordination.

Optomap Scans Performed by a Longmont, CO, Optometrist

Your eyes consist of more than what you can see on the outside. Internally, your eyes have several components that work together to transfer images to your brain. For the longest time, the only way to view the interior of the eye was through a dilated eye exam, but no longer. With the invention of the Optomap scan, a highly detailed image of the eye’s interior can now be taken using a specialize device. Eagle Vision & Eye Clinic, serving Longmont, CO and the surrounding region, is proud to provide Optomap scans as part of our comprehensive eye exams. Not all patients are a candidate for the Optomap. Your doctor will decide if this technology is right for you.

Schedule an Appointment With Our Local Optometrist Today

Our Doctors of Optometry also provide many other vision and eye care services. To learn more about what we have to offer, call Eagle Vision Eye Clinic in Longmont today at (303) 651-2020 or email [email protected]

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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Closed Memorial Weekend May 25-27
Reopening May 28th 8 am


Location

2080 MAIN ST
LONGMONT, CO 80501 1916

Testimonials

  • "Love Dr. Gina Gabriel! Not only is she always upbeat and pleasant to talk to, she is always thorough and knowledgeable. She diagnosed an issue with both of my children that other doctors had missed. Thank you for being a great doctor dedicated to the healthy vision of your patients!"
    C. S.
  • "I have been a patient for several years. The staff is informative, professional & always ahead of their game. My husband & I have had increadable assistance with our billing, they always know how make our insurance work for us. Monica on the optician side is second to. none is a huge assets to their company. Huge thank you to the staff !!"
    Terry K.
  • "Absolutely wonderful! Dr. Gabriel helped my son see everything around him when he was only 10 months old. He is now 6 and knows that Dr. Gabriel is his favorite doctor."
    Lindsey S.
  • "I love everyone at Eagle Vision and Eye Clinic. I had my first appointment today and the staff is absolutely wonderful! Thank you!"
    Amanda N.
  • "I believe Eagle Vision is one of the best eye clinics around. After being told at a clinic in Louisville I was difficult to fit, I went to Monica, a fabulous optician, at Eagle Vision. This gal is amazing!! She is easy to work with, friendly and will find the best frames and fit you have ever had. If you have lenses that just don't seem quite right, go to Monica and Eagle Vision. You will find higher quality lens material and a highly skilled optician."
    Salli B.
  • "Dr. Forrest has been able to help my vision! I have better vision now with my new scleral contact lenses. I have many health issues, both with my eyes and Sjogrens, which affects the moisture in my eyes. These contacts are giving me my best vision in many years. They last longer than the other scleral lenses that I have tried and they are more comfortable. Thank you Dr Forrest and everyone at Eagle Vision."
    Anonymous
  • "When I found out I had keratoconus I thought my only options were hard contact lenses or cornea transplants. Hard contacts gave me clear vision but also substantial pain!! When Dr. Forrest introduced me to the Scleral Contact Lens I was skeptical of their large size, but the clarity of vision and comfort out did the hard contacts I was wearing. No longer do I worry about windy days or excruciating pain at the twitch of my eye...For anyone with cornea problems this is the solution."
    Anonymous
  • "We are extremely pleased with Eagle Vision! We use Dr. Potter and she is excellent with our entire family. She helped our high-schooler get into contact lenses - a wonderful change - and she's also helping me get into contacts. They work well with our insurance and have good hours."
    Anonymous

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