A yearly check-up for your eyes will not only keep your vision clear but can detect several warning signs for serious eye health and medical issues. Because many conditions show no warning signs, it’s important for early diagnosis to help maintain good vision and eye health. A Comprehensive Eye Health and Vision Exam includes but is not limited to preliminary tests- such as peripheral vision testing, screening for signs of glaucoma, and auto refraction tests- and an eye health evaluation from one of our doctors on staff.


Medical eye exams are for those patients who have previously diagnosed eye conditions or that are experiencing medical problems with their eyes such as itching, pain, redness, etc. At Queen Anne Vision Clinic, a doctor will address and evaluate your concern. We specialize in glaucoma evaluation, cataracts, dry eyes and eye infection care.


Infants experience rapid growth in their first year and complications in vision development may occur and are often difficult to notice. Optometrists encourage parents to bring their infants in for a check-up between their first six to twelve months. Early detection of eye conditions is the best way to preserve eye care health. For more information, click here.

Contact Lens Fitting and Lessons

There are several thousands of different types of contact lenses in various shapes, sizes and powers. Our doctors will take all necessary factors into consideration to find the perfect vision, fit and comfort for your eyes. Additionally, one of our staff members will be able to guide you in the proper care and insertion methods for your contacts.

Frames Stylist

Here at Queen Anne Vision Clinic, we feel that buying frames is not just about eye correction but also about fashion. One of our opticians can assist you in finding the perfect frame for your unique look.