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At Alpine Vision in Falcon, Colorado you will always receive the care and support you need to keep your eyes healthy and functional. Our team of eye doctors, Dr. Tyson Reuter, Dr. Christopher Arbaugh, and Dr. Audrey Merryman have years of experience treating patients in Colorado. Our knowledgeable optometrists and staff will provide you with quality eye care that can help protect your eyesight throughout your life. Contact us today to schedule an eye exam at our Falcon office and to learn more about the range of eye care services that we offer. You can benefit from having regular eye exams performed to gauge your ability to see long and short distances. If the eye exam reveals that you need corrective lenses, eyeglasses and/or contacts may be prescribed by our optometrists to enable you to see as clear as possible. Your ability to see clearly also depends on the prevention and control of diseases that can negatively impact eyesight.
You should schedule an appointment with your optometrist at least once a year to have your vision checked. The yearly appointments are necessary to continually gauge your eyesight and the overall health of your eyes.
Our optometrists use highly sophisticated equipment to measure your ability to see far across the room or read print right in front of you. If you cannot see the letters clearly, your optometrist will find the lenses that sharpen and improve your vision. You will need to compare the lenses to choose the ones that give you the best results. At the end of the appointment, your optometrist will provide and explain the results of your exam. You may find out that your vision is normal or that you suffer from nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism.
If your eyesight needs a boost, your eye care center supports you in the process of choosing the best eyeglasses or contacts. You can select the best frames and lenses from the wide variety of options displayed at the vision center. Prescription sunglasses and safety goggles can help protect your eyes while providing the vision correction you require. You may also choose between daily, monthly or extended wear contacts from many different leading brands.
Upon receiving your eyeglass or contact order, you can try on the pair, or learn how to insert the contacts, to gauge their benefits. If you are not fully satisfied with your selection, you can choose a different type or style of corrective lenses.
During the eye exam, our optometrists will also check for medical conditions that can damage your eyes over time. High tech equipment helps optometrists spot structural abnormalities or disease processes potentially threatening your vision or health. Upon making a diagnosis, your optometrist will identify your treatment options and help select the best one for you.
Common eye conditions diagnosed and treated at the clinic include:
You can schedule your eye exam at Alpine Vision in Falcon, Colorado by calling (719) 495-6611. If you just need a regular eye exam, you will want to time your visits one year apart. If you suspect you need an updated corrective lens prescription, want to order new glasses and contacts or are concerned about health problems potentially affecting your eyes, you can schedule an appointment anytime. After your first visit, your eye doctor will help you determine the best appointment schedule to follow for your unique health situation.
On the Northwest corner of Woodman and McLaughlin Road in the strip center with La Mission and Falcon Physical Therapy.