Ophthalmology & Optometry

Rochester Regional Health Eye Care
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Care for All Eyes

Our experienced providers offer the most comprehensive, non-invasive eye care services in Western New York in a friendly, comfortable environment. If you're searching for new contact lenses or glasses, vision screenings, eye exams, or advanced cataract, glaucoma, and implant surgery, look no further than the Rochester Regional Eye Care team.
  • Primary Eye Care

    Primary eye care is a critical component of your health care. Regular eye exams allow your optometrist to assess and protect your vision and eye health, as well as identify any changes or problems with your vision. Our broad-based care allows Rochester Regional Health to diagnose a wide variety of patients and citizens. We offer comprehensive eye examinations, contact lens, and glasses fittings, screenings for cataracts and glaucoma, and have full-service optical shops throughout the Finger Lakes regions.

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  • Surgical Care

    As proud leaders in surgical care, retinal diseases, and advanced eye procedures for adults and pediatric patients, our team has extensive training, and experience in a wide array of ophthalmic services. Our most common procedures consist of cataract surgery, lens replacement, glaucoma care, retinal and cornea repairs, oculoplastics, and LASIK eye surgery.

  • Conditions We Treat

    Our providers specialize in diagnosing and treating a variety of eye conditions, diseases, and problems. Utilizing advanced diagnostic technology and vision correction products, we diagnose and treat amblyopia, strabismus, diabetic eye disease, and astigmatism, to name a few. 

    What We Treat
  • Contact Lenses

    We are committed to helping you enjoy the healthiest, most enjoyable contact lens-wearing experience possible. Contact lenses are available to treat myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism, and presbyopia (difficulty reading). We have a large assortment of contacts available including monthly, two-week, daily contacts, and color-changing lenses. Our optometrists will evaluate your eye prescription to help you determine the best option of contact lenses for you.

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Eye Care Close to Home

Our expert team of eye care providers are conveniently located throughout the Rochester and Western New York area - stretching from Batavia to Newark, so exceptional eye care is never far.
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