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Lorene Bennett-Anderhub
· November 2, 2017
Took 2 weeks to get my glasses after numerous phone calls. 3 visits later glasses still not adjusted. Doc was great but that's about it. Don't waste your time, energy or money here. I will not recommend.
Brittany Slack
· November 2, 2016
All the employees are wonderful and amazing very fast service, they had my glasses ready the very next day!
Heather McBroom
· November 11, 2016
Very friendly staff, got my glasses quickly. Would recommend!
Jackie Vázquez-Maldonado
· July 17, 2013
My family and I have been going here for almost 30 years. PPEC is a great company. The staff is always so helpful and Dr. Jost and Dr. Clyde are awesome. I would highly recommend them to everyone!
Patrick Fisk
· November 3, 2016
Everyone was great! The staff took great care of me!
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Let us show you how it feels to see the world clearly! Contact our office today for an appointment.

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Health habits for healthy eyes. Sleeping in contacts ruined this bride’s wedding day. See why:

Te had been wearing contacts for about 14 years and would sometimes sleep in her lenses for up to two weeks at a time. On her wedding day, she woke up with a...
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Did you know? One of the reasons cited for why pirates used to wear a gold earring is because they thought it improved their vision. They believed that precious metals had magical healing powers that would improve and even cure bad eyesight.

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Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the loss of vision in the center of the field of vision. It is a leading cause of vision loss among Americans 60 years of age and older. Although AMD doesn’t cause blindness, it is the most common cause of low vision. Low vision is a condition in which standard eyeglasses and vision correction methods cannot provide sufficient vision. Therefore patients require special low vision aids to help them perform functions of daily living such as reading, driving, and recognizing people or items.

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Happy Valentines Day to all of our patients, staff, family and friends!

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In celebration of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang Korea, we are focusing on winter eye and vision health and safety. As you are watching this year, take note of the professional safety eyewear worn by the athletes. They wouldn’t risk their eyes and vision and neither should you!

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We see you! 😉 Our patients are all pretty spectacular. 🤓😎

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1 out of every 5 children has vision issues that affect their school work and social development. School vision screenings can miss many of the vision problems that make reading & doing homework so difficult. Schedule a comprehensive pediatric eye exam today! www.pikespeakeyecare.com Or call 719-966-0705

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Are you ready for some football?! Which team are you rooting for the 52nd championship?

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This month show your eyes you care by getting an eye exam!

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1 out of every 5 children has vision issues that affect their school work and social development.
School vision screenings can miss many of the vision problems that make reading & doing homework so difficult.
Schedule a comprehensive pediatric eye exam today!
www.pikespeakeyecare.com Or call 719-966-0705

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Today is International Environmental Education Day. Do you recycle your old eyeglasses? You should! Just find a local eyeglass recycling center (such as a branch of the Lion’s Club) and you can repurpose your eyeglasses to someone in need.

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Wow! This groundbreaking eye test may be able to detect early stages of Alzheimer’s disease decades before the onset!

Small study shows researchers were able to diagnose condition from certain proteins identified in the retinas of patients
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What is Dry Eye Syndrome?

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Your eye is the most active muscle in your body. Not even your leg, arm, or back muscles can compete. This is why when something happens quickly, we say “in the blink of an eye!”

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