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A family optometrist can make it easier for you and your children to receive the quality optometry care you need. If you live in Lake Worth or surrounding areas, Vision City of Lake Worth can meet your family’s eye care needs. We understand the role that eye health plays in living a high-quality life and will make every effort to help you enjoy optimal sight.

Who We Are

Vision City of Lake Worth is run by eye care specialist Dr. Trina Lieske and our dedicated optometry team. Our clinic is your one-stop location for all your eye care needs. We provide professional optometry services to children, teens, adults, and seniors to improve the vision of members of our community. We accept many forms of insurance to facilitate payment of our services and products, making it even easier for you and your family to receive quality eye care services. You’ll enjoy working with our skilled, friendly staff in maintaining good eye health and vision.

What We Do

At Vision City of Lake Worth, we make your vision and eye health a priority. Our services begin with comprehensive eye exams for your entire family. After reviewing your medical history, we’ll perform tests to evaluate your vision clarity and focus. These tests will reveal the quality of your sight.

If you’re having problems with refractive errors like nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, they will show up in an eye exam. We can then recommend prescription eyeglasses or contacts to improve your sight.

Eye health is another aspect of an eye exam. Our Lake Worth optometrist will check your eyes for signs of eye diseases like glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts that can cause vision loss. Since these diseases do not show symptoms in their early stages, you may be unaware of them until they’ve caused permanent damage to your eyes. By detecting eye diseases early on, you have an opportunity to get the treatment you need to preserve your sight.

Prescription Eyewear & Contacts

If you require corrective lenses, you won’t find a better place than Vision City of Lake Worth for fashionable eyewear or the latest in lens technology. Our staff will help you select the right eyewear for your prescription, lifestyle, and budget so you don’t spend more than you have to. We also carry an extensive lineup of contacts to meet your needs.

See Your Lake Worth Optometrist for Quality Eye Care Services

By making eye care a priority, you can protect and preserve your vision for years to come. For quality eye care services you can trust, contact Vision City of Lake Worth at (817) 546-9000 today. 

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Review From Our Satisfied Patient

  • "The employees here are so professional and really care about their jobs and the clients. We are definitely going to be getting all of our vision needs here from now on."
    Whitney Morris (Facebook)

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Monday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed