Comprehensive Eyecare In Prescott
Like you we are continually adjusting to COVID-19 changes.
Our office hours have temporarily been adjusted to 9am-4:30pm M-F as we continue to see emergency patients. While in the office you will notice all staff wearing masks, social distancing and continuing to disinfect all surfaces in between washing hands like crazy.
Thanks to everyone for your continued understanding and encouragement as we all move forward.
We provide thorough eye exams using the latest technology, but we also take time to listen to your needs and explain your options. Routine vision exams include:
Scleral Lenses Now Available in Prescott
We are excited to offer our patients the comfort, enhanced vision and improved lifestyle that can only come from scleral lenses. No longer do patients have to drive to Phoenix for a half dozen visits and spend twice as much money. Our experts are able to fit most patients in only a few visits. Read more about scleral contact lenses on our blog.
Dry Eye Therapy
We’re experts in diagnosing and treating Dry Eye Syndrome. Symptoms can include burning, stinging, irritation, gritty, scratchy eyes, excess watering or blurred vision. Find relief you need at Premier Eye Center. Learn more about Dry Eye Syndrome or call 928.778.3937 for an appointment.
Advanced Laser Diagnostics
Early detection, through regular and complete eye exams, is the key to protecting your vision from damage caused by glaucoma. Premier Eye Center uses state of the art technology and techniques to ensure a proper diagnosis and treatment. Call 928-778-3937 for an appointment. Learn more about our advanced eye exams
A Full Selection Of Designer Frames
Looking for the latest styles in designer eyewear? Premier Eye Center carries a wide variety of frames to fit every taste and mood. Stop by today and see how good you can look! Stylish & tasteful eyeglass frames from the leading designers.
Helping Restore Deiden’s Sight
Deiden Bennett, a 17-year-old high school student, was doing poorly in school, but it wasn’t for a lack of trying.
“I was having a hard time in school,” he said. “I couldn’t see the (black) board. My grades kind of failed.”
Someone had to read his school books to him, and he sometimes walked right up to the blackboard to read it. He struggled to learn and couldn’t see well enough to get a job.
His vision had been deteriorating for years.
“It started (when he was) about 9 or 10. My Dad’s tried to get it fixed multiple times, and it just wasn’t working,” Bennet said. Doctors “couldn’t really fix my eyes”.
“It was bad. It was like 20/400.”
Then a doctor suggested he see Dr. Jon Bundy at Premier Eye Center of Prescott.
Bundy happens to be secretary of the Prescott Sunrise Lions Club, and a primary goal of Lions Clubs worldwide is to ensure good vision for young people, usually by supplying them with glasses.
“Insurance doesn’t cover what he needed,” Bundy said. “But I knew my Lions Club … would jump at the opportunity to help him out, so I told him, ‘All right Deiden, we’ll get you taken care of.’”