We value our patients' experience at Uptown Eyecare. See for yourself, the great success our patients have experienced here at Uptown Eyecare.
"My kids have gone here for years, and I just went for the first time (vision changing as I age). They are top notch! Dr. McCann was wonderful explaining everything (I have some eye phobias) and I felt very comfortable. The optician, Tana Leideigh is so sweet and helpful - she made excellent recommendations for my eyeglasses. Thank you so very much!!"
"New patient here and I must say I was very impressed. I didn't wait long at all and Dr. McCann was very nice and answered all of my questions. Special thanks to Lindsay and Melissa. Lindsay went to bat in finding me the best pair of glasses for my face and Melissa made me feel like I was hanging out with a friend during the eye exam. They also have a big selection of eyewear which is nice. I will be coming back and I will refer others to your office...you guys rock!! �"
"The entire staff is AMAZING!!! Everyone was incredibly nice and helpful. They have a massive selection of frames, and the staff is really great at helping you find the perfect fit. The doctors are also very patient and knowledgeable. I cannot say enough good things. I highly recommend Uptown Eyecare!"
"I have been going there for years and I think the staff is very helpful and friendly. I never have been disappointed with the service I have received."
"My astigmatism is really bad. All my previous eye doctors told me that if I wanted colored contact lenses I would have to settle for less than 20/20 vision because soft colored lenses did not come in my high prescription. I am so grateful that Dr. McCann is up to date with all the latest technology available. He did his research and found me a Hybrid lens between soft and hard that DOES come in colors! Now I can see perfectly 20/20 while sporting the colored contact lenses that I love. Thanks Dr. McCann! Muaah."
Macular degeneration represents one of the most significant causes of vision loss in older adults. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 1.8 million people currently suffer from macular degeneration, with an additional 7.3 million people at risk of developing this ...
Amblyopia, also known as lazy eye, is a visual disorder caused by abnormal vision development, often occurring during infancy. Patients with amblyopia have reduced vision in one eye, because it is not working properly in conjunction with the brain.
With early detection and proper treatment, loss of ...
Glaucoma is a serious disorder that can damage the optic nerves of your eyes if left untreated. The optic nerve carries images from your eyes to your brain. If the nerve is damaged, full or partial vision loss can occur. In some cases, people develop glaucoma because the pressure in their eyes begins ...
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