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Chesterfield Eye Care Center

Chesterfield Office

1815 Clarkson Road
Chesterfield, MO 63017

Phone: (636) 728-0111
Toll Free: (877) 862-2020
Fax: (636) 728-0093
Email: info@wordpress-1188906-4356169.cloudwaysapps.com


LASIK is a popular procedure that can reduce your dependency on glasses and contact lenses and correct refractive vision problems like nearsightedness, farsightedness, & astigmatism. However, not everyone who wants LASIK may be right for it. To find out if you’re a candidate for LASIK, take our free online self-test today!


Glaucoma is often referred to as “the silent thief of sight” because it doesn’t show any symptoms until permanent vision damage has occurred. It’s usually caused by a buildup of pressure inside the eye but can also occur as a hereditary issue. If you’re concerned about your risk for glaucoma or anyone in your family has had glaucoma before, schedule an eye exam with Pepose Vision today!

Dry Eye Treatment

Dry eye can occur for several different reasons; therefore, there are many other treatment methods for dry eye. The best way to treat dry eye is to have your eye examined by a professional. Some of the symptoms you may experience from dry eye syndrome include a scratchy, gritty, or burning sensation. Schedule an appointment today to talk about treatment options for your dry eye!

Cataract Surgery

Cataracts can occur as a natural part of aging. While it may not show any symptoms until it begins to affect your vision, it can lead to blindness. Fortunately, cataracts can be effectively treated through cataract surgery. This is when the eye’s natural lens is replaced with an artificial one called an intraocular lens (IOL). Depending on which IOL you pick, your vision could be better than ever. Take our Cataract IQ Test today to test your knowledge of cataracts!

Eye Exams

Since so many eye disorders begin to progress without showing any symptoms, eye exams are crucial to protecting your vision. Unfortunately, some of these diseases, like glaucoma, can’t be reversed, and the vision loss is permanent. To prevent this from happening, schedule routine eye exams to ensure your vision stays healthy!

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