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State-of-the-Art Family Eyecare. To Keep Life in Focus Today, Tomorrow and Beyond.schedule appointment schedule appointment
You would be lost without your eyes. Literally.
But often you don’t address eye issues until it’s too late. Your kids struggle in school. You suffer headaches at work.
At CLASIK Vision Care we will help your entire family maintain optimal eye health and get the right prescription lenses, so you can see clearly and enjoy life to its fullest.
Come see our 5-star team today to start seeing your world more clearly.480-525-2025 schedule appointment
Annual eye exams are a must for every member of your family. Correct vision issues and catch serious conditions before they develop.
Need new contacts? Looking to switch from glasses? We’ll get you the right prescription and the right fit for vision and comfort.
Prescription glasses help you to look and see your best! Choose from modern and classic frames to find the perfect fit for you.
Do you suffer from chronic dry, itchy, scratchy eyes? It’s not normal and we have solutions that can help. Don’t wait, come see us.
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Because It’s Our Patients That Matter Most.
The wrong prescription lenses can cause all sorts of issues, including painful headaches and dry eyes.
Your prescription needs can change before you realize it…so don’t wait for your eyes to tell you have a problem.
Our experienced team will get make sure your prescription is right. We have a huge selection of fashionable glasses frames to choose from and a wide range of contact lens options. Find the perfect fit for your eyes.
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Keratoconus is an uncommon condition in which the cornea, the clear front part of the eye, becomes thinned. The cornea, normally round takes the shape of a cone. This condition requires a specialized fit and contact lens. Our Doctors have expertise in this area due to numerous fits on past keratoconic patients.schedule appointment
Ortho-K is a process which specially designed rigid contact lenses are worn overnight to gradually reshape the cornea. This gives you clear vision throughout the day. The effect of the lenses is temporary, usually lasting about 1 day, so the lenses must be worn each night. Our Doctors are able to fit these types of lenses.
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All children should have an eye examination by age of 3, and even earlier if indicated. Our Doctors have all the equipment needed to give a thorough pediatric examination.schedule exam schedule exam
A contact lens is a medical device and requires special fitting and assessment. Our Doctors will examine your eyes for the best contact lens fit and contact lens material. Contact lens patients need to be examined annually. Our Doctors have experience in working with custom contact lens fitting for toric lenses, bifocal correction, monovision, higher levels of astigmatism, keratoconus or corneal transplant patients, and well as more conventional fittings.schedule fitting schedule fitting
An eye emergency is any red eye, any trauma to eye (abrasions or foreign bodies), sudden onset of eye pain, sudden loss of vision, diplopia (double vision), swollen eyelids (styes), new onset flashes of light/floaters.
Our Doctors can handle all of these types of emergent cases and are licensed to prescribe both topical and oral medications to treat eye diseases. Our Doctors are licensed to diagnose and manage all of these types of emergent cases. We are able to refer to a surgeon if needed. If you have an eye emergency after hours, please leave a message on our phone and on of our Technicians or Doctors will get back to you.
Eighth grade is a tough time for kids, so Melanie’s parents didn’t think too much of it when her grades started to suffer. They were concerned, of course, so they got her a tutor for algebra and started monitoring her homework more carefully. But nothing really changed.
It wasn’t until she came in for an eye exam that everybody realized what was really going on.
Melanie knew she was having some problems seeing the board at school. She was afraid that she’d have to wear glasses, so she didn’t tell anybody.
Melanie had developed myopia (short-sightedness) and needed corrective lenses. Since she was embarrassed to wear glasses, her parents got her contacts instead.
After getting contacts, things have gotten much easier for Melanie. Her grades have started to improve and the contacts let her see clearly without impacting her appearance.
“I can see fine. So I don’t need to go to the eye doctor.”
It’s not true. Changes to your vision start small and they happen so gradually that you probably won’t notice. Plus, annual eye exams can identify other issues with your vision and help discover emerging diseases or conditions before they do extensive damage. See your optometrist every year, regardless of how well you think you can see.
“Wearing your sister’s glasses will ruin your eyes…”
This is also not true…but that doesn’t mean you should do it. Wearing the wrong prescription will give you a headache and possibly make you dizzy. So we don’t recommend it. But it won’t do any permanent damage to your eyes.
“Back up! You’re too close to the TV. You’re going to hurt your eyes. ”
This is another myth that moms have been spreading for years, but there’s no evidence to support it. Watching TV will make your eyes tired, though. So take a break once in a while. Maybe go for a walk. Your eyes will thank you.
The goal of our practice is to provide the highest quality vision care and ocular disease management and treatment. We practice primary care optometry in a professional setting that emphasizes the importance of patient education. This includes the effective diagnosis, treatment and management of ocular disease and refractive disorders.
Our Doctors and Staff are committed to providing our patients with excellent customer service and compassionate personal attention based on your eyecare needs. We will take the time to answer all of your questions, keeping you informed, confident and comfortable.
The late Dr. Jordan Dirk Rothlisberger, 34, returned to his heavenly home on May 19, 2020, leaving a legacy of love that impacted everyone who knew him. Born in Mesa, Ariz., to Teri and John Rothlisberger, Jordan spent his childhood in St Johns, Ariz., where he was active in Academic Decathalon and played on the high school baseball team before graduating as Valedictorian. He then began his education at Brigham Young University before serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Melbourne, Australia, teaching the gospel he loved so much in Mandarin Chinese.
Upon returning to BYU, he met and married his queen, Jen, in the Manti, Utah temple and they began their family while he pursued his undergraduate degree in business management. He graduated Cum Laude in 2011 and then attended Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tenn. While there, he was selected as a Student Ambassador and was honored with the Outstanding Clinician Award and the Drs. Fred & Charlene Burnett Student Research Award. After graduating in 2015, the now Dr. Rothlisberger returned to his native Arizona to realize his dream of helping others through better vision, eventually purchasing Clasik Vision Care in San Tan Valley as well as working at Premier Eyecare in Gilbert since 2015.
Jordan was an instant friend to everyone he met and brought light and laughter to all who knew him. He leaves behind his loving wife and four children as well as his parents and three siblings in addition to hundreds of those whom he loved, taught and shined as an example to. His testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ impacted many here on Earth and is still impacting those he is now teaching on the other side.
Are these floating spots in my eyes normal?
Most “floaters” (gray or black spots or strings that you see when you move your eyes) are completely normal. They tend to increase with age and are harmless. But if you notice a rapid increase in floaters you should contact your optometrist right away, as it could be a sign of a more serious condition.
Can I swim or shower with contacts in my eyes?
We recommend against it. They could fall out and if they do it will be nearly impossible to find them. Plus, the contacts could become contaminated with germs or chemicals in the water that could hurt your eyes. It’s safer to just take them out.
What causes “dry eyes”?
Dry eye is a result of tear ducts that don’t hydrate your eyes sufficiently, resulting in a scratching, burning or stinging sensation. If you suffer chronic dry eye, come in for a checkup. There are effective treatments available.