We believe everyone deserves to see well and have healthy eyes. Our mission is to exceed the expectations of all of our patients by creating a warm, friendly environment and providing an exceptional level of optometric service to the Camas Prairie. We’d love to get to know you, provide the clearest vision you could imagine, and help you choose the perfect eye wear for your lifestyle.
We provide a wide range of services:
• Eye Care
• Contact Lense Exams
• Comprehensive Medical Eye Exams
• Diabetic Eye Exams
• Children’s Eye Exams
• Emergency Eye Care (Including Foreign Body Removal and Infections)
• Dry Eye
• Advanced Diagnostic Testing for Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration and Diabetic Retinopathy
• Cataract Surgery Co-Management
• Lasik and Refractive Surgery Co-Management
Dr. Brown loves getting to know his patients, their eye history, and takes the time to address their vision needs. Come and see for yourself – book an appointment today! Give our office a call at 208-983-2020 or text us at 208-907-6002.
Most insurance plans accepted
We want to make sure that paying isn't a barrier to your eye site! We welcome most insurance plans, including Blue Cross of Idaho, Regence, Medicare, Medicaid, VA choice, VSP and many others.
We also take Care Credit, a part of Synchrony Bank , that provides healthcare financing for those without insurance.
Why do we need your medical insurance information?
Many patients question the need to give us their medical insurance information at their eye examination. The reason we ask for this information is because many “routine” eye exams are not routine at all. Many patients with medical conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, thyroid disease, and other common systemic problems may be covered under your medical insurance for your visit.
On top of systemic medical conditions being covered under medical insurance, any eye “problems” you might have may be covered as well. Some of these problems include red eyes, flashes of light or floaters in your vision, dry eyes, itchy eyes, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts.
Member of the AOA