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Dr Dexter's Vision Center

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461 West St, Keene, NH 03431
www.eyecarekeene.com
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Your eyes are working from the moment you wake up to the moment you go to sleep. Your eyes take in an enormous amount of information about the world around you ? shapes, colors, movements, and more. They then send the information to your brain, where...read more
Your eyes are working from the moment you wake up to the moment you go to sleep. Your eyes take in an enormous amount of information about the world around you ? shapes, colors, movements, and more. They then send the information to your brain, where it's processed, so the brain knows what's going on outside of your body. Having an annual eye exam is crucial in protecting your and your family?s eyesight. These annual exams allow your doctor to detect changes in the front of your eye so alterations can be made to your eyeglass or contact lens prescription. However, your doctor also needs to look at the back of your eye, the retina, to check that it is healthy and not damaged or showing signs of disease. Many eye diseases, if detected early, can be treated successfully without total vision loss. Regular eye care, by means of annual eye exams, can uncover both eye and systemic (entire body) problems. If these problems are left untreated, there is a risk of disability, suffering, and loss of productivity. The goals of an eye exam are to avoid or minimize adverse effects on the eye and vision, as well as to identify potential problems early in order to prevent vision loss. There are various retinal diseases and conditions of the eye which result in loss of vision. There are also diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure which can be discovered by examining the eyes. Side effects of drugs may also sometimes be observed during eye examinations. Again, early detection is the key factor in treatment and sight preservation
 
 

Business Details

Categories

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Contact Lenses, Eyewear, Optical Goods Retail, Opticians, Optometrists

Hours of Operation

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  • Mon 08:00 AM-06:00 PM
  • Tue 08:00 AM-06:00 PM
  • Wed 08:00 AM-06:00 PM
  • Thu 08:00 AM-06:00 PM
  • Fri 08:00 AM-06:00 PM
  • Sat 08:30 AM-05:00 PM

Brands

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  • Luxottica

Payment Options

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  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • VISA

Areas Served

  • Cheshire, Keene, Monadnock, Brattleboro, Peterborough, Jaffrey, Rindge, and Swanzey, New Hampshire

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Russian

Products & Services

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  • Anti-Reflective Lenses
  • Bifocal Contact Lenses
  • Bifocal Eyewear Lenses
  • Cataracts
  • Children's Eye Disorders
  • More
  • Children's Eyewear
  • Cleaning Solutions
  • Computerized Exams
  • Consultations
  • Contact Lenses
  • Designer Eyewear
  • Diabetes Related Problems
  • Disposable Contacts
  • Eye Exams
  • Fashion Eyewear
  • Focus Night & Day
  • Follow-Up Care
  • Glasses
  • Glaucoma Testing
  • Lens Coatings
  • Lenses
  • Lineless Bifocal Lenses
  • Lineless Trifocal Lenses
  • Non-Prescription Lenses
  • On-Site Services
  • Pediatric Eye Care
  • Plastic Lenses
  • Polarized Sun Lenses
  • Polycarbonate Lenses
  • Prescription Sunglasses
  • Prescriptions Filled
  • Progressive Lenses
  • Repairs
  • Replacement Eyewear
  • Scratch Resistant Lenses
  • Service & Repair
  • Sunglasses
  • Trifocal Contact Lenses
  • Trifocal Lenses
  • UV Protective Coatings
  • Walk-Ins Welcome
  • Less

Specialties

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  • Quality Eye Care for Four Generations

Additional Information

  • Medicare

Customers Served

  • Residential

Emergency Service

  • Emergency service available

Ownership

  • Family Owned
 

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Your eyes are working from the moment you wake up to the moment you go to sleep. Your eyes take in an enormous amount of information about the world around you ? shapes, colors, movements, and more. They then send the information to your brain, where it's processed, so the brain knows what's going on outside of your body. Having an annual eye exam is crucial in protecting your and your family?s eyesight. These annual exams allow your doctor to detect changes in the front of your eye so alterations can be made to your eyeglass or contact lens prescription. However, your doctor also needs to look at the back of your eye, the retina, to check that it is healthy and not damaged or showing signs of disease. Many eye diseases, if detected early, can be treated successfully without total vision loss. Regular eye care, by means of annual eye exams, can uncover both eye and systemic (entire body) problems. If these problems are left untreated, there is a risk of disability, suffering, and loss of productivity. The goals of an eye exam are to avoid or minimize adverse effects on the eye and vision, as well as to identify potential problems early in order to prevent vision loss. There are various retinal diseases and conditions of the eye which result in loss of vision. There are also diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure which can be discovered by examining the eyes. Side effects of drugs may also sometimes be observed during eye examinations. Again, early detection is the key factor in treatment and sight preservation