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Serving the wider area of Centreville, VA, including Chantilly and surrounding townships.

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Serving the wider area of Centreville, VA, including Chantilly and surrounding townships.

The highest quality eye care, where every patient is treated like family.

Welcome to Centreville Eye Care Center

Supreme Eye Care in Northwest Virginia

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Welcome To Our Centreville Practice:

At Centreville Eye Care Center in Centreville, our optometrists Dr. Kathleen Moore, Dr. Kelly Hale, and Dr. Stacey Simms have the credentials, experience and expertise you need to ensure the proper care of your eyes. Our Centreville eye doctor office proudly serves patients from the Wider Centreville area, including Chantilly and surrounding townships.

When was your last visit to the eye doctor? Whether you need an annual eye exam, a consultation for contacts, or a new prescription for your eyeglasses, it is important to visit an optometrist at least once a year.

Why should we be your Centreville optometrist of choice?

From our eye clinic in Centreville, our eye doctors provide superior optometry and eye exam services throughout the wider area, including Chantilly and the surrounding towns. Our full-service optical carries frames for every budget and lifestyle. Sports glasses, polarized sunwear, customized progressive multifocals, optimum anti-glare coatings, and children’s frames are available in our selection of over 600 glasses. We will custom order special selections of frames for the difficult to fit. We carry the top designers. We also provide corneal reshaping through Ortho-K (Orthokeratology) treatments.

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Learn about the different types of tests and equipment you may experience on a visit to our Practice.

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Our staff will help you find the best fit for your specific needs and explain how different lenses and frames will impact your vision.

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Learn about eye exams, what’s involved in a comprehensive exam, and special considerations for kids and contacts.

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Glasses And Contacts Free During The Day, OrthoK Contacts While You Sleep

Ortho K is the process of gently shaping the eye at night by using special contact lenses while you sleep. The following day you are glasses and contact lens free. In addition to the lifestyle and self esteem benefits, research shows that Ortho-k is very effective at reducing the progression of childrens nearsightedness (myopia). For most children with myopia, their vision gets worse every year which can lead to increased risks of long term vision problems.

Ortho-k may be right for:

  • Sports players, who risk injury by wearing glasses or contact lenses.
  • Kids who lose or break glasses.
  • Children who have a hard time socially with wearing glasses or contact lenses.
  • Children with Myopia.
  • Policemen and Firemen, who need excellent vision without glasses or contacts.

Find out more about Centreville Eye Care Center ’s optometry services and our optometrists, Dr. Kathleen Moore and Dr. Kelly Hale:

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Why Do I Need Regular Eye Exams?

clipart 027While most people schedule regular check-ups with doctors and dentists, many are not aware of the importance of an annual visit to the eye doctor. Regular eye exams can be the key to the early detection and treatment of emerging vision problems, eye diseases, and a number of other health issues. When you come to a Centreville optometrist for an eye exam, you will receive comprehensive service designed to find and correct any vision or eye issue. Don’t take good vision for granted, schedule an appointment today!

Q&A with Dr. Moore

Dr. Moore Answers Your Questions

We hear a lot about “seeing your eye doctor regularly.” In school aged children, ages 5 through 17, what does regularly mean?

School aged children, ages 5-17, should have their eyes checked regularly. If a child does not need corrective eyewear, regularly means every two years. Once children start to wear corrective lenses, they should be seen every year to check for changes. Of course, if children are squinting, have pink eyes, watery eyes, eyes that turn in or out, or you suspect any medical condition, they should be seen right away.

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Looking for a Chantilly, Manassas, Centreville, or Fairfax eye doctor?

Centreville Eye Care Center

13880 Braddock Rd, Ste 110
Centreville, VA 20121

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