Exceptional Eye Care & Eyewear in Northern Kentucky
Sharp eyesight for every member of your family is our top goal – with your total satisfaction guaranteed. As a family-friendly practice, we provide comprehensive eye exams and first-rate, compassionate treatment for patients of all ages. We’re interested in getting to know you, your personal condition and your unique requirements. No matter what you need to see clearly, we’ll provide it at Vision One Eyecare Center in our modern and comfortable offices, located in Fort Mitchell and Dry Ridge.
Using advanced technology, we’ll assess your vision and ocular health. If you need eyeglasses or contact lenses, we offer a wide array of quality, designer frames and premium contacts in our conveniently located optometry clinics. Depending upon your visual and lifestyle needs, we’ll fit you expertly with contact lenses, specialty eyewear for sports, computers or safety eyeglasses. We invite you to stop by and browse through our collection anytime, and our experienced optical staff will be pleased to help you choose a pair that looks amazing on your face and gives you great vision. If your prescription isn’t up-to-date, call to schedule an eye exam with one of our professional eye doctors.
With offices in Fort Mitchell and Dry Ridge, Vision One Eyecare Center serves Northern Kentucky – schedule an appointment today. If you have a moment, please give us your feedback about our site and your experiences with Vision One Eyecare Center.
Are your contacts uncomfortable due to dry weather or staring at a screen all day?
- Give your eyes a break with updated glasses, in certain cases computer glasses may be recommended to alleviate the many symptoms of computer vision syndrome. We blink 65% less often when staring at a computer, for contact lens wearers this can lead to serious discomfort.
- Research has shown that switching to daily contact lenses reduces discomfort. We offer Dailies Total One which are the only water gradient contact lenses, keeping your eyes moist and comfortable.
- Your Optometrist may recommend eye drops such as artificial tears or prescription drops that increase tear production as a treatment for dry eyes. In more severe cases your eye doctor may recommend more advanced treatment options.