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Mountain Vista Eyecare – Littleton, Colorado 80127


Mountain Vista Eyecare
7761 Shaffer Parkway, Suite 200, Littleton, Colorado 80127
Phone 303-979-4505
www.mountainvistaeyecare.com

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Dr. Mark Kruchen, O.D.

Dr. Steven Loomis, O.D.

Dr. Tara DeRose, O.D.

Dr. Kent Yount, O.D.

Dr. Suzette Place, O.D.

The eyecare professionals at Mountain Vista EyeCare and Dry Eye Center can assist you with all your eyecare needs … from evaluating eye exams and diagnostic procedures to treatments of eye disease, prescription eyewear, contact lenses and laser vision correction consultation. The doctors at Mountain Vista EyeCare and Dry Eye Center can perform a dry eye medical evaluation to prescribe and recommend treatments for different forms of dry eye. If it has to do with your eyes, call us…you’ll see great — you’ll look great!

Mountain Vista EyeCare and Dry Eye Center is a premier eyecare practice in Littleton serving Southwest Metro Denver, including Ken Caryl. We provide medical, contact lens, primary eye care and optical services. Our doctors are very active in the community and within the profession. Our staff are well trained and helpful.

Lasik co management: We co manage LASIK patients with the best eye surgeons in the area, providing you with guidance as your primary care optometrist and the expertise of a surgeon.

Dry Eye Care: The doctors at Mountain Vista EyeCare and Dry Eye Center can perform a dry eye medical evaluation to prescribe and recommend treatments for different forms of dry eye. Mountain Vista EyeCare and Dry Eye Center was a clinical study site for Alcon Dry Eye research.

What is Dry Eye?
The tears your eyes produce are necessary for overall eye health and clear vision. Dry eye means that your eyes do not produce enough tears or that you produce tears that do not have the proper chemical composition. Excessive dry eyes may damage eye tissue, scar your cornea (the front covering of your eyes) and impair vision and make contact lens wear difficult.

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