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Wiley X is our preferred safety frame company due to their outstanding styles and quality. Learn more about the Wiley X products we can provide for you!
Oakley sun and ophthalmic frames have long been a favorite of our patients, and Cascadia Eye is only one of two authorized Oakley prescription dealers in Skagit Valley. Check out their website for what’s new, and if we don’t have it, we’ll get it for you!
This is a helpful sight about the popular lens material that darkens when activated by ultra violet light. This includes Transitions Vantage, XTRActive and Drivewear sun lenses.
This page is for the manufacturer of one of the progressive lenses, Autograph, which we often recommend. Go here for more information on this lens. There is also a page to help you find your “personal ideal lens.”
Hoya is our main provider of ophthalmic lenses. If you want to learn more about how these lenses work, especially the customized lenses such as MyStyle and Lifestyle, go to this website and click on the “Progressive Lenses” link.
Favorite Independent Designers
Why we go Independent: The Cascadia Philosphy
This Seattle designer is the embodiment of our Cascadia philosophy. Rain City knows all about what the Pacific Northwest is all about, and we love their independent designs.
Entirely produced in Germany and Poland, OVVO frames bring European style and unmatched quality. Their unique alloy of steel and titanium leads to a frame that is light, flexible, and virtually indestructible. Learn more on their website.
Based in California, this independent group features beautiful European frames, including several lines we love to carry, including Dutz/Dutz Kids, ELLA Laguna Beach, Life Italia for kids, and Change Me!
We are proud to support this brand, which donates a pair of frames to someone in need every time you buy a 141 frame. Learn more about their “one for one” mission on this website.
Dolabany is such a big proponent of professional, personal opticianry that they will not sell their (beautiful) frames in big box stores or online – only through independent eye professionals like us. You can learn more about this on their website.
Australia-based designer David Green incorporates real items from nature – including leaves – in his unique designs. Another independent frame designer we love to support.
This independent group is Rain City’s carrier, but it also brings us another favorite independent designer, Roger Dutch Eyewear, which features unique shapes and sizes you won’t find in big brands.
Information about the organization which provides accreditation of surgery centers. We are pleased to be accredited by AAAHC! To look us up, please use our surgery center’s name, Eye Associates Surgery Center.
This website is sponsored by the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons and contains information related to eye surgery.
A nonprofit medical missionary organization founded by our Dr. Siapco, Dr. Pereira, and their team. Starting in 2015, our annual Fun Run events support this mission to eradicate preventable blindness around the globe.
Dr. Heffernan’s website regarding his Seattle based practice.
Dr. Epley’s website regarding his Kirkland based practice.
American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus – a resource recommended by Dr. Epley for information on childrens’ eye diseases and muscle problems of the eye.
This is the page to order the vitamins recommended for macular degeneration. You will need our PIN# 5007009 to order. You can also order by calling 888-433-4726.
This page gives more information about a medication to treat dry eyes. There are also coupons frequently available to take dollars off your prescription costs.
We are a supporter of St. Jude and the important work they do, as evidenced by our past Fun Run events for St. Jude. If you would like to get involved, go to this helpful website to guide you.
Going to the product information, and then clicking on the “patients” link, will give you valuable information about Dry Eye Disease and how we test and treat it.
Our local Mount Vernon Lions club is very active, and our own optical lab manager, Lynn Pugh, is a member. They have been instrumental in collecting up glasses for use in the mission field. Stop by their website and you will see photos of our doctors and staff during a cataract surgery mission as well as ways for you to sign up and get involved!
www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/burlington_wa Lions Club for Burlington
http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/sedrow Lions Club for Sedro-Woolley
ttp://www.lions19b.com/stanwood Lions Club for Stanwood
www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/anacortes Lions Club for Anacortes