Personalized Solutions for Your Eyes
The optometrists at Coastal Vision understand that every eye is different, and no two people have the same needs when it comes to vision care. We focus not only on ensuring clear vision for our patients, but providing the highest quality care to maintain the health of our patient's eyes.
Our range of services include complete, comprehensive exams, the prescribing of glasses and contact lenses, and the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions like glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy. We employ only the most up-to-date technology, and ensure every member of our team is educated on the most recent developments in eyecare.
Our 5 locations across Hampton Roads are conveniently located to ensure we meet the needs of as many members of our community as possible. Each office has an extensive selection of designer frames, as well as the best lenses and contact lenses on the market. We cater to all lifestyles, personalities, and price ranges to meet every unique need.
Our number one priority is our doctor-patient relationships. Our doctors are committed to educating their patients on how to maintain healthy vision for a lifetime. You are much more than just your medical data, and this is important in understanding exactly what you want and need. We don't believe in a one size fits all approach to medicine. We get to know our patients so that we may find them a vision solution that fits them perfectly.
Coastal Vision is personalized vision care that is as unique as you are.
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