Advanced EyeCare: Meeting All Your Eye Health Needs

The right optometry facility is one that meets all your eye health needs. A good eye care facility will offer comprehensive eye exams, evaluation of eye problems, quality prescription eyewear, and the latest technology in diagnosing and treating chronic eye diseases. Advanced Eyecare in Las Vegas is a full service eye care center that fully fits the bill. Eye health should never be taken for granted. Through annual eye exams and preventative eye care, you can maintain good eye health at all stages of your life, to include well into your senior years.

Here’s what you can expect from a visit to our facility.

Welcoming Environment

Our staff maintains a clean, welcoming environment to help you feel comfortable while waiting for your appointment. We schedule appointments to fit within your busy schedule so you don’t waste valuable time. We’ll also handle insurance paperwork or make financial arrangements for payment in advance to make it easy for you to get the eye care services you need. 

Prompt, Efficient Care

At Advanced Eyecare, your eye health is our priority. Our comprehensive eye exams provide an accurate evaluation of your eye health, to include visual perception and eye function. Dr. Brian Miller, your Las Vegas eye doctor, will test your eyes for focus, movement and quality of vision. We'll also look for signs of chronic eye conditions and diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration. As you grow older, your eyes are more susceptible to age-related diseases. Early detection of these diseases can help preserve your vision. 

Once the exam is done, we'll recommend treatment options for correcting vision problems or managing eye diseases. We'll explain any procedures that need to be done so you can make well-informed decisions on how to proceed with treatment. Your optometrist in Las Vegas will tailor treatments to meet your individual needs. If you decide to have LASIK surgery to correct refractive errors in your vision such as nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism, your Las Vegas eye doctor provides pre- and post-operative care to facilitate this procedure. 

Quality Eyewear/Contacts

If you need corrective lenses, we'll fill your prescription and help you select quality eyewear from our extensive inventory of frames and lenses. We offer top name-brand products to suit your personal taste, lifestyle and budget. If you prefer contacts to glasses, we'll fit you with specialty contacts suited to your individual needs. We'll ensure your eyewear is comfortable, functional and appealing so you will be fully satisfied with your selection.

Schedule an Eye Exam 

To schedule an eye exam at Advanced Eyecare or to consult with your optometrist in Las Vegas, call 702-737-3937 today. You can also schedule an appointment online at your convenience.   


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Las Vegas Office

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "If I could give more stars I would! Aleida was assisting me in purchasing glasses and truly went above and beyond. We had been trying to get in all day somewhere for an appointment and ended up somewhere that didn't have any frames that fit my face. We walked into advanced eye care with a prescription and they were warm and welcoming :) They had a wide variety of Oakley frames (my absolute favorite) and other name brands. Their prices are definitely good for the quality and Aleida was very understanding in helping us find exactly what we were looking for without pushing us past what we needed. Beyond amazing experience here! I'll be recommending this eye care facility to everyone I know!!!"
    Halverson D. / Las Vegas, NV

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