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Eye Health

Eye Health

Your eye health is so important to us,
and so are you.

At Cohen’s Fashion Optical, every customer of ours is a member of our community when you walk in, we treat you like family. Our board-certified Optometrists are trained to perform comprehensive eye exams using the latest technology and are there to help diagnose and address any eye health matters that may arise.
Did you know that it’s recommended by the American Optometric Association for adults to get their eyes examined at least once every two years? When’s the last time you had yours checked? Make your eyes a priority. Call or schedule an appointment today to see one of our friendly physicians. We look forward to taking care of you!

Pediatric Eyecare

Monitoring your child’s vision is so critical as they grow. Our expert Optometrists are trained to treat even the littlest of patients. Stop in today and have them examined.

Geriatric Eyecare

Aging eyes can mean vision changes—some more serious than others. That’s why it’s important to see an eye physician annually to detect and treat certain eye diseases.

Ocular Conditions

Dry eyes, floaters or spots, difficulty with glare? Any number of issues can arise with your vision. Our in-house Optometrists can help diagnose and treat common ocular conditions.

Eye Health 101

Taking good care of your eyes is the key to a lifetime of healthy vision. Learn more about common eye health issues, how to read an eyeglass prescription, and learn more about the variety of new lens technologies such as progressive and anti-glare lenses.

Learn More about Eye Issues

Why Get an Eye Exam?

It’s easy to take your eyes for granted, but without proper screening, some eye conditions and diseases can go undetected. Learn more about why getting an annual eye exam is so important and what to expect during your appointment.

Learn More about Eye Exams

Eye FAQs

The best way to take care of yourself and your eyes is to be informed. Get answers to the top ten vision-related questions we are asked frequently.

Read Eye Health FAQs