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Welcome to Nevada Eye Care Optometry!

HOURS OF OPERATION & PROCEDURES for VISITING the OFFICE: Open Monday through Friday 9AM to 5PM. Closed weekends. For same day appointments call 702-734-9600 first so we can let you know the best time to come in. To pick up your new glasses or contacts, call ahead so we can recommend a good time to come by. A face mask is required for your visit. If you are sick or don't feel well, we can't see you until you have completely recovered to avoid contamination of staff and patients in the office.

CORONAVIRUS PRECAUTIONS: In the past 14 days if you: 1) Had close contact with a person known to have Coronavirus or, 2) Had fever or symptoms of respiratory illness - cough, shortness of breath, feel ill or, 3) Know you have coronavirus, we cannot see you. Contact your primary care/family doctor immediately. Southern Nevada Health District can tell you what to do at 702-759-4636 or Call us at 702-734-9600 if you have questions. 

Our staff is multi-lingual and speaks Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese and English. We accept most major medical and vision plans includeing Medicare, Medicaid, TRICARE and FEDVIP. Out of state and international patients welcome!

Nevada Eye Care Optometry takes great pride in Caring for YOU Like Family.” If you're tired of assembly line care, being treated like a number or spending only a few miniutes with the doctor, Nevada Eye Care Optometry is the place for you. Dr. Doris Wong and Dr. James Williamson (former Air Force optometrists) and their experienced staff will provide the best care available, explain diagnoses/treatment options and take time to answer your questions. Come visit our friendly doctors and staff, modern facility and optical boutique. Become part of our eye care family! 

We enjoy seeing patients of all ages and welcome walk-ins for routine or acute eye problems (infections, allergies, sudden vision loss, minor injuries). We have a professional private practice where you can expect the best in comprehensive eye care from prescription glasses and specialty contact lenses (soft, colors, astigmatism, multifocals, RGPs, Sclerals) to diagnosis and management of eye disease (dry eyes, conjunctivitis (pink eye), iritis, cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, keratoconus, diabetic or hypertensive retinopathy, retinal tear/detachment, etc.) We prescribe scleral contact lenses for patients with Keratoconus, corneal transplants, irregular corneas, ocular surface disease or post surgical complications. We can also evaluate you for elective surgeries such as cataracts, droopy eyelids or refractive surgery (Lasik, PRK). If you have concerns about your children's nearsightednes progressing, we have myopia control options to include medical treatment (atropine drops) or multifocal soft contact lenses. 

We carry a wide variety of adult and children's frames, designer brands, digital lenses and anti- glare/anti-scratch/blue blocker coatings to afford our patients the latest styles and technologies in prescription eyewear. Our optical has many popular brands: Michael Kors, Coach, Anne Klein, Bebe, Draper James, Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein Jeans, Carolina Herrera, Furla, Jones of NY, Tumi, Ray Ban, Oakley, John Varvatos, Emporio Armani, Michael Abboud, Cole Haan, and Spyder.

School's in session! Your kids need their annual eye exam to make sure their eyes are healthy and ready for their academic and athletic challenges. Eighty percent of learning is visual. Kids have no idea their vision is blurry if they've never had clear vision to start with. The same goes for student athletes. Many student athletes perform so well it's assumed they have perfect vision when they frequently don't. Bryce Harper and Stephen Curry are good examples of professional athletes who needed visual correction (contact lenses). Many college athletic programs screen their athletes annually because they frequently find eye problems.

Drs. Wong and Williamson also support the less fortunate in the community through their involvement in Lions Club Vision Screenings and Sight First eye exams.

CORONAVIRUS AND PINK EYE: Less than 1% of coronavirus patients have "pink eye" (eye infection called conjunctivitis). If you have "pink eye" along with a dry cough, fever and shortness of breath, the pink eye could be coronavirus related if you have coronavirus. If you have "pink eye" and no other symptoms then it's likely related to allergic conjunctivitis (itching, tearing, redness) or bacterial conjunctivitis (pus discharge, redness) or viral conjunctivitis (watery discharge, redness). 




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