Glasses Prescriptions

Need New Glasses? See Our Optometrist in Boise!

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Once you’ve had a comprehensive eye exam with Dr. Bingham at Clear Eye Total Eye Care, it may be time to get some new glasses. 
Our optician is the resource in our office to guide you to the best, affordable eyewear. They can find out whether your vision insurance will help with glasses costs, and explain our
free, in-house vision and medical plans for those who have no insurance and need an eye doctor, glasses, and/or contact lenses.
Clear Eye Total Eye Care is proud to offer a wide variety of eyeglasses to our patients, and
our optician is happy to help with the process of finding, choosing, and adjusting new eyeglasses.

We offer:

  • Single-vision Glasses

  • Progressive Lenses

  • Reading Glasses

  • Prescription Sun Glasses

  • Prescription Safety Glasses

  • And more!

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WHAT Does an Optician Do?

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The difference between an optician and optometrist include some of the following points. An optometrist like Dr. Bingham is responsible for:
An optometrist can perform their duties alone in a solo practice since they are eye doctors, whereas opticians work together with optometrists or ophthalmologists, but with a different set of responsibilities. An optician may be responsible for:
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Like anyone who works at Clear Eye Total Eye Care, our optician is part of this passionate team that provides exceptional vision services in the Boise, Idaho, area.

You can schedule your eye exam online, and unlike many other optometrist’s offices, we offer same-day and walk-in eye appointments, and encourage you to call (208) 629-8326 or come visit us today. We’ll see you at Clear Eye Total Eye Care soon!
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