Eye Care in Whidbey

Cascadia Eye Provides the Best Ophthalmology Service on Whidbey Island

We are proud to be able to serve this beautiful community and its people.

We are proud to provide not only the only optical department in town but we also offer the highest value and quality on the island.

We are proud of our team of ophthalmologists, surgeons, optometrists, technicians, opticians and other medical professionals — all working together to service the visual needs of our neighbors in one of the most beautiful places on earth!


Location

202 N. Main Street
Coupeville, WA 98239

Office Hours:*
Mon: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tues – Fri: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sat – Sun: Closed
Phone: 360-678-2020
After hours: 360-428-7143
Fax: 360-678-6228
Email: whidbey@ncascade.com

* The above are walk-in and optical hours. Appointment times may be made outside of listed hours.
* We are closed for quarterly staff training on the mornings of the first Friday of March, June and September and the afternoon of the first Friday in December.
***We are closed for the following holidays: Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, and New Years Day.
Main phone line: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.


Coupeville Services

The friendly, knowledgeable experts at Cascadia Eye are privileged to offer comprehensive and caring eye care to our neighbors in Northwest Washington State. At our office in Coupeville, our ophthalmologists, optometrists and opticians take the time to talk with you, our patient, about what is important to you and how your lifestyle, work and hobbies are affected by your vision. We are careful to prescribe and recommend eye care solutions and work hard to improve your eye health and quality of life. We take pride in our large selection of services, from well-vision and prescription glasses to the treatment of eye disease and surgical care. Specialties available in our Coupeville office include:

Cataract Surgery Care

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With age, proteins can clump on the lens of your eye, creating cloudy vision. Nearly half of people 75 and older have cataracts. Fortunately, restoring clear vision is both quick and easy with cataract surgery. Our ophthalmologist removes your hazy natural lens and then inserts an intraocular lens (IOL), which provides clearer vision immediately. Cataracts cannot redevelop on an artificial lens, so the results are permanent.

RLE (Refractive Lens Exchange) Care

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RLE is another refractive procedure for overcoming myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism without needing to wear prescription lenses. Your ophthalmologist carefully removes your eye’s natural lens and then inserts an intraocular lens (IOL) in its place to correct your vision. With monofocal and multifocal lenses available, your ophthalmologist can recommend a premium lens that best achieves your vision goals.

LASIK and Refractive Care

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If you do not want to wear glasses or contact lenses to correct refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism, you may decide to have LASIK. This quick, nearly painless refractive surgery reshapes your cornea with a laser to significantly improve vision at many distances, providing 20/20 vision or better for many patients. Cascadia Eye has advanced technology that enables us to perform LASIK with the utmost precision and safety.

Glaucoma

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Intraocular pressure can slowly harm your optic nerve and cause irreversible blindness. Although there is no cure for glaucoma, treatments can help to prevent and delay the worst consequences of the condition. Our glaucoma specialists can recommend eye drops, medications, or minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) to relieve the intraocular pressure.

Vision Exams

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When is the last time you had a vision exam? Regular vision exams are important for patients with generally healthy eyes. They generally include baseline measurements to measure your visual acuity as well as basic testing. They also include screenings for eye disease; if any is found, you may need to schedule a separate medical eye exam to address your diagnosis with a specialist. If you wear (or should wear) glasses or contacts, vision tests are important for updating your prescription. Vision exams are billed differently than comprehensive medical eye exams and may be covered by vision plans.

Comprehensive Medical Eye Exams

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The need for comprehensive medical eye examination is critical, particularly as you get older, since so many debilitating eye diseases become more common with age. A comprehensive eye test can catch disorders like glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and a long list of retinal conditions. Early detection and prompt treatment are usually the best ways to preserve your eyesight. Comprehensive Medical Eye Exams are billed differently than vision exams and are not covered by vision plans.

iLUX Treatments for Dry Eye

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Dry eyes can be very sore and painful and can even interfere with your vision. Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) is a factor in as many as 86% of dry eye cases, and is caused by clogged ducts in your eyelids. Many patients find relief from MGD with help from an iLUX treatment program. iLUX is a quick, in-house application that uses gentle pressure and warmth to improve your symptoms and keep your eyes more healthy over your lifetime. It has also been shown to improve surgical outcomes.

Optical Services

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Finding the right frames to suit your face can be challenging. Rather than leaving it to chance by shopping online, come visit our local optical center, featuring Bellingham’s own independent, stylish and inexpensive Cascadia Eyewear frames as well as many other popular brands. With the help of our professional opticians, you can find the perfect glasses that reflect your personal style and enhance your appearance. Our team will also ensure that they fit your face for crisp, clear vision.

Contact Lenses

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Our contact experts help with your fitting process to ensure that your contacts, including specialty contacts, have the precise prescription and measurements to maximize the visual benefits. If anything does not feel right in your first couple of weeks, we can


Cascadia Eye acquires Whidbey Vision Clinic

Cascadia Eye and Whidbey Vision Care have merged! Find friendly comprehensive eye care with better availability for the whole of Whidbey Island! Not only do we offer the best in vision, medical and surgical care, we also have one of the only places on the Island to shop for prescription glasses and accessories.

Roy Gordon OD

Dr. Roy Gordon, winner of the “Best of Whidbey – Eye Care Professional,” joins Cascadia Eye in February 2023.

Directions to Cascadia Eye Coupeville

Visit our beautiful new location just down the street at 202 N. Main St.



Contact Cascadia Eye

If you would like to learn more, or if you would like to schedule an appointment or consultation with our talented doctors at Cascadia Eye, please contact us today or use our online scheduler. You may also pre-shop for glasses at our online pre-shopping page any time. Our entire team is committed to protecting and improving your vision and the health of your eyes. We are happy to answer any questions you might have!

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