Family Vision Care Associates is a family-owned and operated optometry practice that has been providing exceptional eye care to the Westchester community for over 60 years. We offer a wide range of services, including myopia control, corneal rehabilitation, and specialty lens designs, treatment of eye diseases/conditions, low vision evaluations, pediatric eye care, and sports vision care.
We are committed to providing our patients with the highest quality of care and customer service. We believe that everyone deserves access to affordable and comprehensive eye care, and we go above and beyond to make sure that our patients have a positive experience. If you are looking for an optometrist in White Plains who will put your vision first, contact Family Vision Care Associates today to schedule an appointment.
Your eyesight is a precious gift, and protecting against vision loss is essential to maintaining your quality of life. By taking the simple step of making a comprehensive eye examination part of your healthcare routine, you can help safeguard your vision.Read More
It’s essential to keep in mind that selecting the correct contact lenses is based on your vision prescription, eye anatomy, and daily needs. During a contact lens exam and fitting, our eye doctor will measure your eyes, select the proper lens type, and determine the precise amount of vision correction that’s required. In addition to prescribing lenses for corrective and medical purposes, contacts are also available to cosmetically transform and enhance eye color.
Our specialized pediatric eye care services include child friendly and age appropriate, exams to assess visual acuity, eye tracking, focusing and eye teaming skills, as well as to detect conditions such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, lazy eye (amblyopia), crossed eyes (strabismus), learning related visual deficits, color vision deficiency/blindness, ocular disease or medical conditions related to eye health. Depending upon the findings of your child’s eye exam visit, eyeglasses, vision therapy, or additional procedures may be recommended.
Whether it is for work, school, or solely entertainment purposes, people of all ages are spending more hours than ever before looking at a digital device. However, viewing a computer screen or any other digital device with a similar display requires your eyes to work much harder than looking at printed material. Screen contrast, flicker, glare, and focusing the eyes at the same distance for extended periods of time all contribute to eye strain and fatigue.
Suffering from dry eye can be more than just mildly annoying. It is often a chronic condition that can cause significant discomfort and visual disturbances that interfere with your daily activities. If left untreated, the chronic inflammation associated with dry eye can cause permanent vision loss. If you are experiencing persistent symptoms of dry eye, it is important to make an appointment for a comprehensive eye exam. During this visit, our eye doctor will review your symptoms,overall health history, and current medications in order to then discuss which treatment options are best for you.