At Village Eye Care, our mission is to earn the loyalty of our patients by providing excellence in eye care. We earn your loyalty by offering quality services and products with time devoted to you.
Cornea & Contact Lenses
Corneal Refractive Therapy
Tagalog / Filipino
Most insurance accepted
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98.5%would refer friends and family to us
Friendly, professional staff. Dr. Melissa is wonderful. She has found several eye conditions in the past and made appropriate referrals. I completely trust her with one of my most cherished possessions.....my sight.
I love coming here! I had so many questions about bifocals and contacts and there are so many options! they explained them all and gave me cost options for every one! They took their time and I really feel like I got the best outcome. thank you!
The staff are very accommodating & friendly as well as knowledgeable. They really went the extra mile to help me find what I wanted in frames too. Kiersten was very patient & knowledgeable while assisting me. I drove a distance to try Village Eye Care & it was DEFINITELY worth my time & drive!!
It was different than usual, seemed rushed time with doctor seems to get shorter and shorter with each visit. More time with tech's that don't seem people friendly may have just been a bad morning for them.
Not only did they ship the day following my evening order, they took the time to call me (morning of next day) first just to double check the way I was planning on using my Jackjaw for compatibility with what I ordered. I was apprehensive that I had picked the correct one (turned out I had) but the call was great for reassurance and really demonstrated they care and are all about service. My Jackjaw arrived right on time, the day before I needed it for a large home foundation pour. The next day we poured 31 yards of concrete and the normal process for concrete contractors is to pull the metal stakes and replace them with wood ones to hold the form while curing. This is so they can get the concrete out of the nail holes and not end up losing them permanently to the concrete's grasp. I told my workers not to worry about the metal stakes, I'll take care of them. I let the concrete set firm for a few hours longer than normal (90F heat), then systematically went around pulling (140) 36" long 3/4" round metal stakes EASILY with my Jackjaw, wiping them clean and banging together to clear the nail holes, then dropping back into the stake hole (foundation wall poured down 6" for 2-part slab pour cap next week, forms remain for slab edge). The only challenge faced was 6 stakes that were buried 30" in a concrete wall. The trick was to hit the stake downward first to break the concrete friction, then grab and pull with JJ. Only lost one stake (Out of 140) because we set it in the exact inside corner of two wood forms, not because the tool wouldn't be able to remove it (we learned where not to put our stake next time). The engineering is impressive as you use the tool, especially the brilliance of how the head articulates to allow access into tight, awkward spaces like alongside diagonal braces. This tool is badass American pride and you'll impress everyone when you break it out. Great job Jackjaw!!!!