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Comprehensive Eye Exams for the Whole Family

When you come in for an eye check-up, we take the time to personalize your experience. Our comprehensive exams screen for common conditions, assess your prescription and evaluate how your eyes work together.

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If you're ready for a prescription update, we're here to make it seamless. At Eye Contact Madison, we believe in personalized care for your vision. Our advanced technology allows us to assess not only your prescription but also the overall health of your eyes. Experience the difference of eye care tailored to you.

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Personalized Eye Care For Every Stage of Your Life

No matter your age, your vision matters. Our team at Eye Contact Madison understands that different stages of life require specific attention. Whether you wear glasses or not, we recommend regular check-ups. For those with specific health considerations, we offer more frequent exams. Our optometrists ensure you receive the care needed to preserve your vision as you age.

Pediatric Eye Care — Your Child's Vision is Our Priority

Your child's vision is crucial for their growth and development. At Eye Contact Madison, we make it a priority to ensure their eyes are in great shape. We offer comprehensive exams starting at six months to address their unique needs. Regular check-ups for school-aged children are essential, and our dedicated optometrists are committed to preserving their vision, providing you with peace of mind.

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Getting Ready for Your Eye Exam

Preparing for your eye exam is easy with these simple steps:

  • Bring a list of your current medications.
  • Remember your current glasses or contact lenses.
  • Be ready to discuss any changes or concerns about your vision.
  • Mention any family history of eye conditions.
  • Write down any questions or concerns you want to discuss with our optometrists.