Cascadia Eye has been serving the area since 1985 and is dedicated to providing high quality, comprehensive and personal eye care for our patients. We use the best proven technology and the most complete insurance coverage to fit each patient's particular needs. With our award-winning doctors, fully-accredited eye surgery center, and five beautiful clinics, you can be assured that your vision needs will be treated conveniently with a friendly, coordinated team of experts.learn more
We are dedicated to providing the latest advances in eye surgery backed by our team of experienced nurses, technicians, and eye surgeons. As the only AAAHC-accredited eye facility in the region, our medical team continuously strives to offer the best preoperative and postoperative surgical care, assuring quality and safety for all your eye procedures. Cascadia Eye is pleased to offer the following surgeries (and more) at our medical facility:
Our eye professionals are always happy to show visitors around at our five local optical centers. Our opticians are highly trained to recommend a personal frame style from our large selection, add an ophthalmic-quality lens, and assist each person find the perfect eyewear to suit their specific lifestyle and hobbies. With displays that feature frames for every age and style, you will find it a pleasure to select glasses for the entire family.
Cascadia Eye is proud to carry our own line of beautiful, locally-designed frames by Cascadia Eyewear - a company that is independent, original, and local – just like you.
Cascadia Cataract Consultants provides specialized, red-carpet referral service designed for local optometric physicians and their patients who need eye surgery. Our friendly and dedicated co-management liaison ensures one responsible contact who takes care of your experience throughout the entire process and provides personal, efficient and seamless care for your surgery.Learn More
It starts in our own community. We are passionate about using our skills and talents to assist our neighbors, and support many programs close to home.
Every year we support local students with our "Excellence in Education" scholarship, awarding three local $1,000 scholarships for high school students looking to enter higher education.
Cascadia Eye also cares about our international family, too. Eyewitness Missions, a non-profit organization that several of our doctors created and participate in, provides vision care around the world for those affected by cataracts who do not have access to care.learn more
“Extremely pleased with every bit of the process I went through for cataract surgery. Skilled and knowledgeable personnel all the way through. It was stunningly easy when I went through the first eye surgery. Couldn't wait to get the second eye done! I had no idea my vision was so compromised. (I'm an artist - it was huge.) Added to the surgery itself, the care taken afterwards for complete recovery was reassuring. Also that whoever I saw explained what they were doing every step of the way. And I have never had such good glasses or such excellent help picking them out. My husband went in this year for a complete exam and had the same reaction. And he is equally thrilled with his new glasses. Thank you!"
-Mary Jo Oxrieder, Google Review
This office is SO accommodating! While working overseas I ran out of contact lenses. I emailed and called them requesting a contact order and they came through for me! Kailee is a woman that honored her word to me! I can't thank her enough!
-Kristy Marin, Google Review
“The routine eye exam was smooth sailing considering all the plague precautions. Masks, hand sanitizer everywhere...and the place reeked of sanitizing alcohol. Every 3 chairs is open to sit in the waiting area. Everyone was in a mask. I approve."
-Candy Elektra, Google Review
“They took us in early even though we got there 20 minutes before they even open. Staff is very kind and friendly, welcoming too! Need your eyes checked go here, Cascadia Eye!"
-Jill Bickel, Google Review
“I lost my sight a little over a year ago to a genetic corneal disease. After 4 surgeries, 2 on each eye, I can see 20/25 in each eye. Not bad for being 69, and seeing better than I did when I was 40. I don't know about you, but seeing is pretty important in my life. Being blind was a good lesson, and I'm glad it's over. Dr. Pereira is the kindest, most dedicated doctor I've met in my life, and, it seems, the most competent. The staff went above and beyond to help me regain my sight, and I am grateful. I'm also grateful to the people who died, and donated their tissues, because I see the world through their eyes. Please, add this to your driver's license, so that little old ladies like me can see again."
-Su W., YELP Review