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Total Eyecare

Eye health should be a prominent part of your healthcare program. At Total Eyecare in Elko, our full service vision center can meet all your eye care needs. Annual eye exams enable your Elko eye doctors to evaluate your eye health and vision on a regular basis to see if you have eye problems or changes in your vision. The earlier problems are detected, the sooner you can get treatment to reduce your risk of vision loss. If optimal vision is important to you, visit Total Eyecare today for the eye health services you need.

Who We Are  

Our optometry team consists of Dr. Robert Colon, Dr. Colby Curtis, and Dr. Kurt Alleman, three optometry specialists with years of experience in their field. Drs. Colon, Curtis, and Alleman and our optometry team provide eye care services for the entire family, from babies through senior adults. You’ll find our team well versed in the ocular field, including the latest advances in ocular technology.

In Elko, we’re well-known for our prompt, friendly customer service and efficient care. We offer the latest in eyewear products to include designer prescription eyeglasses, prescription and non-prescription sunglasses and precision contact lenses to suit personal taste, budget and lifestyle. If you’re wearing glasses or contacts for the first time, we’ll help you select the product best suited for your prescription and ensure you get an accurate fitting.

What We Do

As a full service eye care center, we offer an array of eye health and vision services for every stage of your life. These include:

    • Comprehensive eye exams comprised of eye health evaluations and eye focus and movement testing. We’ll also test for visual acuity. If you or your children show signs of refractive errors, we’ll make sure you get an accurate prescription for eyeglasses or contacts to correct shortcomings in your vision.
    • Inventory of quality prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses to meet your individual need.
    • Contact lens exams and fittings to ensure you get the most accurate prescription for the contacts of your choosing.
    • Detection and management of eye disorders and diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts. We also offer pre- and post-op care for eye surgeries.

By providing all these eye care services under one roof, we make it easy for you to meet your eye care needs. We operate by appointments, but are also available for eye emergencies if you have need. Working with trustworthy optometrists is key to maintaining quality eye health and vision over the years.

See Your Elko Optometrists for an Eye Exam Today!

To schedule an eye exam or to consult with your Elko eye doctors concerning your vision, contact Total Eyecare at (775) 738-8491!

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Your office is always very friendly yet professional and very pleasant experience. Always organized with customer service in mind. Thank you."
    Teresa Plank
  • "I have been pleased with the service for over twenty years and will continue to come to Total Eye Care"
    Betty Elliott

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