Vision Care Specialists

Colorado Eye Care Specialists – Come Experience the Excitement

At Vision Care Specialists, we believe in making a difference in people’s lives and your eyes to bring your world to life.

Through our exclusive LifeFit™ Approach, at our convenient Metro Denver locations, we enhance your individual lifestyle and personal brand. Our exceptional eye care professionals provide you with the widest array of current options for optimizing your vision.  Our certified opticians will expertly guide you to the eyewear solutions that best fit your look, lifestyle, and prescription.

Since 1974, our Denver Colorado Optometrists have been utilizing the latest in digital diagnostic technologies, providing comprehensive eye exams, extensive medical eye care, as well as LASIK and complete corneal surgery.  We are full service eye care professionals delivering everything you need from The Right Glasses and The Right Contact Lenses, to medical and surgical care operating as a single system.

We are the most experienced Colorado eye care practice.  Don’t settle for routine, mass produced vision; be amazed and delighted as our employee owners make your vision and your life more exciting!

Call 303-991-9600 or request an appointment online today

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Highlands Ranch Eye Doctors Agree: Chihuly Exhibit is a Must See

Highlands Ranch Eye Doctors

The Highlands Ranch eye doctors of Vision Care Specialists all agree: you’ll want your eyes to be in top form for this! Take in all of the bold colors and dramatic shapes at the Denver Botanic Gardens exhibition of Dave Chihuly’s glass art. Dave Chihuly hails from Tacoma, Washington. He is one of the most celebrated glass artists... Read More

Denver Optometrist Can Help You Preserve Your Sight Without Surgery with Jetrea

Denver optometrist

In beautiful Denver, Colorado, there’s a lot to see and do! Unfortunately, symptomatic vitreomacular adhesion (VMA), can inhibit you from seeing the sights. Symptomatic VMA occurs when the gelatinous inner eye tissue, the vitreous, adheres consistently to the macula in the back of the eye, causing central vision distortion and loss, which may worsen as the disease progresses... Read More

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