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  • The Importance of The Visual Field Exam
    Tests Used in an Eye Exam: The Visual Field Exam Eye exams use many methods to detect eye disease and other problems. One of these is the visual field exam. At Read more
  • Choosing the Right Prescription Eyeglasses
    Choosing the Right Eyeglasses with our Colorado Springs Optometrist If it’s time to update your eyeglasses, today you have more choices available than ever! Our Colorado Springs staff provides friendly, expert help Read more
  • Slit Lamp Eye Exam
    What is a Slit Lamp Exam? A slit lamp has an opening that allows it to shine a thin "sheet" of light into the eye. The brightness of the light can Read more
  • Visual Acuity Tests
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  • What Type of Contact Lenses Are Right For You?
    What Contacts Are Right For Me? Selecting contact lenses for your vision depends on the concerns with your eyes. You may need specialized lenses to correct a specific complication. In some Read more
  • Why You Need To Get Eye Exams
    Eye Exams From Our Colorado Springs Eye DoctorAt Powers Eye Center, our Colorado Springs eye doctor is committed to helping you achieve optimal eye and vision health through quality, compassionate Read more
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    FSA or HSA - Use It or Lose It: Use your Flex Spending Accounts in Colorado Springs, CO          As the US health care system continues to change Read more
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    Planning on Wearing Colored Contacts this Halloween? Check Out These Safety Tips!           Colored contacts are a great way to highlight the eyes year round, but costume Read more
  • Comprehensive Eye Exam vs. a Routine Eye Exam: What's the Difference?
    Comprehensive Eye Exam vs. a Routine Eye Exam: What's the Difference?Regular eye exams are the key to enjoying the best possible vision and preventing infections and serious eye diseases. Most Read more
  • Why Choose Powers Eye Center in Colorado Springs?
    Why Choose Powers Eye Center in Colorado Springs?Helping you maintain sharp, clear vision and ensuring the health of your eyes is a priority of our Colorado Springs optometrist at Powers Read more
  • Types of Eye Tests: How An Optometrist Checks Your Eyes
    Types of Eye Tests: How Our Colorado Springs Optometrist Checks Your EyesHaving your eyes examined on a regular basis is important for making sure you enjoy the clearest possible vision. Read more
  • Eye Exam: FAQ
    Eye Exam FAQ: Your Colorado Springs OptometristAt Powers Eye Center, we are proud to be your choice optometrist in the greater Colorado Springs area. With years of combined experience and a dedication Read more
  • What To Expect When You Visit Our Eye Doctor
    What To Expect: Visiting Our Colorado Springs Eye Doctor Powers Eye Center is a state of the art optometry office equipped with the latest equipment in the eye field to provide Read more
  • Different Types of Contact Lenses
    Different Types of Contact Lenses From Our Colorado Springs OptometristWearing contact lenses can be a great way to correct your vision. Over recent years, contact lenses have improved greatly. Modern Read more
  • Fall 2017 Trends for Eyeglasses and Prescription Sunglasses
    Fall 2017 Trends for Eyeglasses and Prescription Sunglasses by our Colorado Springs Optometrist Fashion isn't just about what you put on your body, even in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Style is also about what you accessorize with Read more
  • Your First Eye Exam: What To Expect
    Your First Eye Exam With Our Optometrist in Colorado Springs: What To ExpectWhen you opt for Powers Eye Center, serving Colorado Springs CO and the surrounding area, as your selection for an optometrist, you receive Read more

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