Eye Exams in Aurora, CO

If you are new to Aurora, Co, or a longtime resident in need of eye care, Vision Care Specialists would like to offer you a simple, stress-free way to get an eye exam. Our team of Colorado eye doctors is specially qualified to offer you a variety of solutions to optimize your vision.

Our unique approach, called LifeFit, is based upon a clear understanding of what you need. We look at your exam results coupled with your preferences and personal style to find the best fit for you.

I’ve been going here for 10+ years & I’ve never seen a more friendly, qualified staff anywhere else! Their commitment to customer service is beyond approach.

— Pat T., Aurora Location

What to Expect

If this is your first eye exam, we know you have some questions. Our certified technicians and eye doctors will take you through a number of vision tests to determine your eye care needs.

At Vision Care Specialists, we utilize the latest technology available. To begin, we capture digital images of your retina and store those images electronically. This enables us to reference them in the future and it saves you time and hassle as you continue to receive your eye care from us.

During new patient eye exams, we may perform some or all of the following tests:

  • Auto Refraction: An auto refraction test utilizes a computer vision analysis to help us make sure your prescription is 100% accurate.
  • Corneal Topography:  This test will actually photo map your corneal surface. This helps identify astigmatism and aids in fitting contact lenses. It will also help us detect corneal disease.
  • Intra-Ocular Pressure: This pressure test for glaucoma is quick and painless.
  • Retinal Photography: This is a test that allows your eye doctor a 200-degree view of the back of your eye. It alleviates the need to dilate your eyes.
  • Refraction: Refraction tests determine how well you see items at a distance or up close.
  • Pupil: Pupil tests check for reactions in both eyes to make sure they are responding correctly.
  • Peripheral Vision And Muscle Movement: These tests will ensure you have full range of motion in your eyes.
  • Slit Lamp: In our slit lamp tests, we use a microscope to analyze the structures of your eye.

After eye exams in our Aurora location, the doctor will determine if you need corrective lenses. If so, you and your doctor will decide if glasses or contact lenses are right for you. One of our certified technicians will then assist you in choosing the right frames for your face if glasses are your choice.


Visit Our Aurora Office At 1550 S. Potomac St., Suite 155, Aurora, CO 80012

Or Call To Set Up An Appointment At (303) 369-1020