Staten Island Optometry is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive eye exams to patients throughout Staten Island. Our eye exams are designed to screen for diseases and identify any eye abnormalities. We also fit contact lenses and have a large selection to choose from.
Staten Island Optometry is proud to serve the residents of Staten Island, New York and surrounding areas.
We cover all your family's eye care needs by providing the most advanced, accessible treatments and services possible. Our goal is not only to correct any vision problems you may have but to help prevent future ones from arising.
Whether you wear daily, weekly or monthly disposables, or conventional lenses, we have a range of contact lenses to suit your needs and lifestyle. Our eye care team will find you the perfect lenses for comfortable, clear and crisp vision.
OUR FOCUS IS…
Contact lenses are a convenient alternative to glasses, offering visual clarity and ultimate comfort!
We offer a special contact lens exam where we measure your eye's curvature to help us fit you with the most comfortable contact lenses for your eye shape and lifestyle needs.
If you have never used contact lenses before, we will gladly teach you how to use them and insert them in your eye. Once you've done it a few times, it will become second nature.
Ensuring crisp and clear vision is only one part of first-rate eye care. Our optometrist in Staten Island focuses on the long-term health of your eyes and vision.
We use the latest in optometric technology and inspect your eyes thoroughly with a comprehensive eye exam for precise diagnoses and optimal treatment.
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