Don't forget to get your child's eyes checked before they head back to school!  Read the stats below!  Call for an appointment today!  660-826-2642

The Eye Clinic donated these sunglasses for a drawing during teacher appreciation week!  We appreciate all our teachers do!

We are now carrying Very Bradley frames.  Check a few of them out on our optical tab!

BE SURE to check out the information on Specs4Us (Glasses for down syndrome children) on our optical page!!

At the Eye Clinic we understand the risks of smoking and how it effects your vision.  We want you to be aware too!  Bill had diabetes and he used to smoke. Cigarette smoking made his diabetes much worse. In this TV spot from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Bill explains the serious health problems he developed by age 40, including kidney failure, blindness in one eye, and a leg amputated due to poor circulation.

We had a great Eye Clinic Christmas party this year! We greatly appreciate our employees!

We are ready for Christmas at the Eye Clinic!  We have it decorated, Christmas music, and lots of happy elves ready to help you find the perfect glasses and attend to all of your eyecare needs!  We also offer gift certificates and a LARGE selection of sunglasses!  Come see us!


We are proudly donating these for the Skyline carnival on Saturday! It's from 11-2 so don't miss out on the silent auction and bid on these great sunglasses! The Eye Clinic is proud to support education for our kids!

Check out our new frames for women and those of you with long eyelashes.... under the optical tab!  AND we have interchangeable turning temple glasses!

The Eye Clinic donated these men and women sunglasses for the Sacred Heart Bazaar's silent auction this weekend. They are a Men's pair of Oakley's and a Women's pair of Coach brands. Be sure to go make a bid on them! The Eye Clinic is proud to support a good cause!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease.  On Friday's of October, our staff is wearing pink to help increase awareness!  Don't forget to wear your pink too and get informed about the steps for early detection of breast cancer!


The Eye Clinic helped to raise awareness of childhood cancer by participating in "paint the world gold" for September. 


We are sad to announce that after 25 years with us, Bobbie retired.  We are going to miss her as well as many patients!  Enjoy retirement Bobbie!